Meadowview Regional Medical Center is seeking a General Neurologist to join hospital staff. The incoming physician would enjoy a large referral base as there is only telemedicine neurology coverage at present. This is a fantastic opportunity to be busy with the support of a national healthcare system. The primary and secondary market expands over five counties and upwards of 80,000 people. There is no ceiling on earnings with a productivity opportunity to bonus beyond the base salary. Generous financial package with full benefits that include health, dental, vision, life, STD, LTD, 401k participation, paid vacation, CME, sign on bonus, relocation and consideration of student loan assistance. Maysville is a safe, family friendly community and boasts a picturesque downtown set on the banks of the Ohio River as well as bustling shopping-business corridors. The largest park offers a 57-acre space with an Olympic-size swimming pool, a par-three golf course, putt-putt golf, three tennis courts, two softball fields, five picnic shelters, several playgrounds and a one-mile walking trail. The park's biggest attraction is a 12-acre fishing lake. Enjoy the best of non-urban living with a short drive to either Lexington or Cincinnati for urban amenities.
Located along the south banks of the Ohio River in northeastern Kentucky and less than an hour from Cincinnati, Maysville is one of the state's best kept secrets, offering plenty of small-town charm with easy access to the amenities of metropolitan amenities.
Meadowview Regional Medical Center (MRMC) provides high quality inpatient and outpatient services to five counties in Kentucky and two in Ohio, at its 100-bed acute care facility and physician practices. The hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, is designated as a Duke LifePoint Quality affiliate and is a five-time Thomson 100 Top Hospitals award winner.
Founded in the early nineteenth century as a river town, Maysville is the fastest growing industrial and service center in northeastern Kentucky and boasts a school system that consistently ranks in the state’s top 10. The city features a plethora of touring, dining and shopping opportunities, and nearby Old Washington offers a charming living-history community of log cabins, antique and gift shops, museums and a historic tavern.
The area is home to a number of recreational pursuits, including ATV, dirt bike and horseback riding; riverboat rides on the Ohio River; the Maysville Mason County Recreation Park; and the northern terminus of the Daniel Boone National Forest, which offers quiet retreat among more than 600 miles of trails, winding rivers and gentle streams, including the 269-mile Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail.