Job ID: 289717849  |  Last Updated: 10/22/2020

Gereral Neurologists opportunities with the Norton Neuroscience Institute

Norton Healthcare
Louisville, KY
Applicant Contact
Amanda Keller
Senior Physician Recruiter
(502) 550-9625

Job Description

Norton Neurology Services, a part of Norton Neuroscience Institute, is seeking general neurologists. Norton Neuroscience Institute is composed of 65 neuroscience providers, including 19 neurologists, 14 neurosurgeons, two neuropsychologists and more than 30 advanced practice providers. The practice enjoys referral patterns from other neurologists in the practice as well as other physicians and providers within Norton Medical Group.

No mandatory system stroke call

Opportunity to participate in the annual Norton Neuroscience Institute Symposium, as well as other continuing medical education events

Weekly neuroscience clinical conference with neurosurgery and neurology providers

Research opportunities and support available through the Norton Healthcare Research Office

About Norton Neuroscience Institute

Established in early 2009, Norton Neuroscience Institute is the regions leading provider of neurological care. The comprehensive program is led by more than 34 subspecialty, fellowship-trained neurosurgeons, neurologists and neuropsychologists, as well as 31 advanced practice providers who are trained to provide patients and their families with advanced treatment for complex neurological disorders, including ALS; aneurysms; brain tumors; epilepsy; headache and concussion; movement disorders, including Parkinsons disease; multiple sclerosis; pediatric neurosurgery; spinal injuries and disorders; stroke; and more.Norton Brownsboro Hospital, designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, offers treatment for the most complex stroke cases. In 2016, Norton Neuroscience Institute was the first in the region to use ROSA, a robotic surgical assistant, to provide advanced treatment for patients with epilepsy and brain tumors. ROSA allows neurosurgeons to use a minimally invasive approach for brain surgery procedures such as stereoelectroencephalography that once were possible only through open cranial surgery. Norton Neuroscience Institute also is one of the first in the region to use systems such as NeuroPace and NeuroBlate for performing minimally invasive surgical procedures.

Neurological rehabilitation services

Because of an increasing elderly population in Greater Louisville, Parkinsons disease is a significant health concern. As the regions leader in providing care for neurological conditions, Norton Neuroscience Institute is dedicated to offering the most advanced treatments for people with Parkinsons disease. Cressman Neurological Rehabilitation, a service of Norton Neuroscience Institute, provides rehabilitation for patients managing neurological conditions. Patients have access to some of the most advanced technology and specialized services in one location to help with gait, balance, strength, flexibility, speech, fine motor skills, swallowing, driving, cognition, vision and more. Specialized features include the ZeroG Gait and Balance System, the Biodex Gait Training System, deep brain stimulation, Parkinson Wellness Recovery-certified therapists, videostroboscopy, and one-on one personalized training and follow-up programs.

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