Job ID: 290107694
Last Updated: 6/24/2022
Neurology Inpatient and Outpatient Join a thriving Neurology practice in Kentucky or Southern Indiana!
Baptist Health Medical Group
Baptist Health Medical Group is seeking a BC/BE fellowship-trained neurology physician, to join one of our practices in Louisville, KY, Lexington, KY, Paducah, KY, and New Albany, IN.
We offer both inpatient and outpatient opportunities statewide!
For additional information please contact:
Joanie Lustig, Sourcer, Physician Recruitment
About the Opportunity
Competitive compensation and benefits package - Over $200,000 in recruiting incentives including sign-on bonus, student loan repayment, residency/fellowship stipend, and relocation/moving allowance
Two-year income guarantee with opportunity for additional productivity and quality bonuses
Medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
Retirement savings plans 401K and 457(b)
Paid CME/licensure and malpractice insurance/tail coverage
Physician Mentorship Pathway for growth and development
EPIC- electronic health record system integrated throughout all hospital and practice locations
Immigration support, if needed
About Baptist Health Medical Group
Multispecialty physician-led medical group
9 hospitals with over 1,500 providers, including 800 physicians and more than 700 advanced practice clinicians.
Comprehensive administrative and operations support teams
Physician leadership councils-
Baptist Health Louisville
Baptist Health Louisville is a 519-bed tertiary-care hospital located in the heart of St. Matthews. The all-private room hospital provides virtually all inpatient services with the exception of transplantation and burn care.
The hospitals emergency services include special teams for heart attack and stroke care. Cancer services include two freestanding radiation centers and the Charles and Mimi Osborn Cancer Center, which also offers a cancer resource center and a multidisciplinary lung care clinic. Special services include womens health, labor and delivery, digital mammography, ultrasound and bone-density scanning for osteoporosis. Other areas of expertise include orthopedics, neurosurgery, cardiovascular services, wound care, behavioral health, occupational health, acute rehabilitation, and in-home care provided by Baptist Health Home Care.
Baptist Health Louisville has twice achieved Magnet designation for excellence in nursing services by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program.-
City of Louisville, Kentucky
Kentucky's largest metro area with a population of 1 million+ located on the Ohio River
Home of the Kentucky Derby- "the most exciting two minutes in sports".
Climate - mild four-season climate with average temperatures of 79 in July and 35 in January
Cost of living is consistently below the national average, with housing costs 76% of national averages..
Louisville, KY is within a day's drive of more than 50% of the U.S. population.
The city landed on over 35 "Best Of" lists in the year 2021
Ranked #5 on the Top 10 New Brainpower Cities in America
National Geographic listed Louisville in the Top 10 Food Cities; Zagat called it one of America's Next Hot Food Cities
CNBC: Reported that Louisville is one of the top 15 cities in the country attracting the most millennials in 2018
one of the country's most extensive park systems and a world-renowned arts scene. Louisville has 122 parks that span more than 14,000 acres, including Waterfront Park on the banks of the Ohio River. The Louisville Loop will soon connect all the citys parks by a paved walkway.
Baptist Health Lexington
Baptist Health Lexington, a 434-bed tertiary care facility, is a major medical research and education center. Established in 1954, Baptist Health Lexington is recognized for its excellence in heart care and cancer care, and the hospitals Clinical Research Center conducts groundbreaking research in both fields as well as in several other disciplines.
Baptist Health Lexington continues to lead in maternity care, having delivered nearly 150,000 babies. The hospital operates six outlying outpatient centers, including locations in Georgetown, Nicholasville and Richmond.
Baptist Health Lexington has been distinguished three times as a Top Performer by The Joint Commission and has been named a Magnet hospital for nursing excellence four times.
Locally, Baptist Health Lexington is annually recognized as Favorite Hospital and Favorite Place to Have a Baby in the Readers Choice poll conducted by the Lexington Herald-Leader. -
Nestled amidst the picturesque horse farms and rolling hills of Kentuckys Bluegrass Region, Lexington is the second largest city in Kentucky, with 310,797 people living in the Lexington-Fayette County census area. Rooted in history, the city was established near explorer Daniel Boones home at Boonesboro, one of the first settlements in the state.
Often called the horse capital of the world, Lexington provides many opportunities to learn about horses and watch horse racing, including the legendary Keeneland Race Course, The Thoroughbred Center training facility, Kentucky Horse Park, and The Red Mile Harness Track, the second oldest horse racing track in the nation. Many retired Kentucky Derby champions live at Kentucky Horse Park and on horse farms in the surrounding areas.
The University of Kentucky has a large presence in Lexington, with its sports teams drawing fans from across the state to cheer on the Wildcats on game days. The city also is home to Transylvania University, Lexington Theological Seminary, and Bluegrass Community and Technical College, and is within a short drive of a number of other colleges and universities.
Kentucky is known worldwide for its bourbon whiskey, with five historic distilleries in the Lexington area and others within a short drive of the city. A number of smaller, craft distilleries are scattered across the region, along with craft beer breweries and wineries, most of which offer tastings and tours.
To learn more about Lexington click here.
Baptist Health Paducah
Baptist Health Paducah is a 373-bed regional medical and referral center, serving about 200,000 patients a year from four states. The hospital provides a full range of services, including cardiac and cancer care, diagnostic imaging, womens and childrens services, surgery, emergency treatment, rehabilitation, transitional care, weight management and wound care. The main campus covers eight square blocks, plus off-site outpatient rehab, occupational medicine, primary care, school clinics, imaging and lab. Overall, Baptist Hospital Paducah offers 20 points of care to make healthcare more convenient for area residents.
Baptist Health Paducah has about 2,000 employees, making it one of the regions largest employers; and about 260 physicians representing more than 40 medical specialties. The Baptist Health Foundation Paducah supports needed services, facilities and other areas of growth. The hospital opened in 1953 as Western Baptist Hospital and changed its name in early 2013, along with other facilities in Baptist Health, one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare systems in Kentucky.
The hospital has earned Pathway to Excellence designation for excellence in nursing services by the American Nursing Credentialing Center.
Paducah is a friendly, community-oriented place where youll find a wonderful combination of cultural, recreational and professional resources. The quality of life here is enhanced by the award-winning academics, athletic and arts programs available at public and private schools. Our historic downtown area features a thriving performing and visual arts scene. And the Land Between the Lakes recreational area provides great opportunities for boating, camping, sailing, hiking and more. You can enjoy a fulfilling professional life, while still having quality time for family and favorite activities.
Paducah is the medical, business and cultural center of western Kentucky, southern Illinois and northwest Tennessee. Within a two- to three-hour drive you can visit major metropolitan areas including Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis and Memphis.
Baptist Health Floyd, IN
Founded in 1953, Baptist Health Floyd, formerly known as Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services, is at 225-bed, acute care regional healthcare provider with one of southern Indiana's most advanced comprehensive cardiac surgery programs. The hospital offers 69 points of care in a full continuum, form inpatient care to rehabilitation services and home care. Services include cardiac surgery, thoracic and vascular services, orthopedics, spine care, wound care, pain management, sleep care, cancer care, diabetic treatment, weight management services and a full range of women's services, including obstetrics. The cancer center's breast program is the only program in southern Indiana to be accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers. The hospital is also designated Pathway to Excellence for excellence in nursing services by the American Nursing Credentialing Center.
Located just five miles north of Louisville, Kentucky, you will find that building a home in southern Indiana offers the perfect blend of Southern hospitality and Midwestern flair where sophistication meets welcome home. A known horse-racing hub, the city embraces its river town heritage while celebrating an effervescent cultural scene, vibrant with great dining, amazing events and more.
The region also offers a wide variety of options from charming rustic communities to the energy of city living, all within a short drive. Its a great place to put down roots, raise a family and just call home with: -
Very reasonable cost of living and housing options
Cultural amenities and sports programs
Diverse economic base
Excellent public and private schools with exceptional student to teacher ratios
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