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Neurologist

Employer
Swedish Medical Group
Location
Seattle, Washington
Posted Date
Apr 5, 2024
Reference
25624

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Specialty
Neurology
Position Type
Permanent
Join our renowned Multiple Sclerosis Center at Swedish Neuroscience Institute as a Neurologist with a passion for clinical care and research in multiple sclerosis and related neuroimmune disorders. Ideal candidates are physicians who are board-certified/eligible in Neurology with fellowship training in MS or Neuroimmunology. Clinical duties involve collaborative patient-centered care within our award-winning MS Center, working alongside 4 other neurologists, 1 physical and rehabilitation medicine specialist, on-site PT, OT, vocational counselor, as well as a psychiatrist and rehabilitation psychologist. Research responsibilities include conducting clinical trials and translational studies, while fostering collaborations within and beyond Providence St. Joseph/Swedish Health system. Enjoy flexible clinical and research balance, protected research time, and ample opportunities for mentorship and professional development.
  • Monday to Friday schedule
  • Outpatient Care only
  • Outpatient call is approximately 1 weekday/month and 2 weekends per year.
  • Research opportunities for the advancement of MS treatment
  • Diverse patient population and established practice
  • Compensation is between $260,686 or 382,015 per year
  • The compensation amounts listed may include productivity or quality/service incentives, call pay, extra shift incentives, as applicable to the position. In addition, providers will have CME benefits available to them.

Where You'll Work

Swedish Medical Center's Cherry Hill campus in the historic Central District houses James Tower, Seattle's first hospital, established in 1877 by the Sisters of Providence. Today, the campus is known as one of the most modern and technologically advanced medical facilities in the region. After a $100 million, state-of-the-art construction and renovation, the campus now includes neurosurgery and cardiovascular surgery operating rooms and interventional suites that are among the most advanced in the country.

Where You'll Live

Seattle is the Pacific Northwest's largest urban center, with a metro population of 3.25 million, and is home to world-class arts and entertainment, a robust economy and an outstanding school system. The city hugs Puget Sound and offers magnificent mountain views to the north, east and south. Home to the world's biggest tech giants, Seattle offers some of the highest minimum wages in the country, along with a notable music and arts scene, outdoor lifestyle and amazing coffee.

Who You'll Work For

Swedish is a comprehensive health network with a long history of excellence. The Seattle-based system operates five hospitals with more than 1,500 beds, and more than 115 primary and specialty care clinics. Part of the Providence family, Swedish is world-renowned for its innovative and ground-breaking diagnoses, treatments and medical research at its five award-winning institutes: cancer, digestive health, heart and vascular, neuroscience and orthopedic. Its mission is to improve the health and well-being of each person it serves.

Equal Opportunity Employer including disability/veteran

Job ID Number: 25624

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