Jackson Purchase Medical Center is looking to add a Neurologist in the Mayfield, Kentucky community. This opportunity can either be an employment or income guarantee position. Brand new EEG, EMG and other standard neuro office equipment in place. The opportunity to earn additional income with sleep component is available. Ten days of hospital call per month is required. Included in this position is an excellent patient base, welcoming referring physicians, and a friendly community. It is a Joint Commission accredited facility and is the sole provider of acute care in Graves County and draws patients from eight surrounding counties. Built in 1993, the hospital features a modern design that is pleasing and functional. The area provides close access to national parks, lakes and many outdoor recreation opportunities. It's a short 30 minute drive to Barkley Regional Airport in Paducah, Kentucky and 2 hours to Nashville, Tennessee. Mayfield is part of the Delta Regional Authority and can sponsor J1 visa candidates. This opportunity includes a generous compensation package with full benefits, 401k, CME, relocation, sign on bonus, LTD, STD, life vision, dental, paid vacation, student loan assistance and medical education stipend considered.
Welcome to Mayfield, a western Kentucky town near the Land Between the Lakes, surrounded by rich, green pastures and tree-lined country lanes.
Jackson Purchase Medical Center is the sole provider of acute care in Graves County and draws patients from the eight counties that make up the Jackson Purchase region, nestled between the Tennessee and Mississippi rivers. The 107-bed facility is accredited by The Joint Commission, and its modern design includes all private beds, the ability to accommodate new medical technologies and a more efficient traffic flow for patients.
Mayfield and Graves County make up a family-focused community, with a 23-acre soccer complex, public and private pools, community park systems, a library and a YMCA. Dozens of antique and gift shops offer a treasure trove of wonders; the $35 million Luther F. Carson Center for the Performing Arts draws Broadway productions to the region; and the county’s close proximity to Paducah promises an abundance of events, festivals, art galleries, museums, shopping and the city’s famous Historic Riverfront.
The Land Between the Lakes anchors the Jackson Purchase region’s many outdoor recreation opportunities, with 300 miles of shoreline; 170,000 acres of forest; 200 miles of trails for biking, hiking, wildlife viewing and camping; more than 1,500 campsites; a nature center; living history farm; planetarium and observatory; horseback riding campground and public horse stable; and an off-road vehicle area.