This is an excellent opportunity to become a part of the growth movement at Clark Regional Medical center. The hospital is seeking a full time General Neurologist. Patient access to services is presently available on a part time basis only. With a combined service area of over 195,000, there is a tremendous opportunity to build a robust practice. You can expect to be welcomed and supported by a strong referral base that includes sixty primary care physicians. The right candidate will be expected to perform EEG, EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies. Tele neurology is available in the ED for emergency consults. Hospital call is ten days per month with practice call support from the University of Kentucky. The practice space is 1,500 square feet with four exam rooms and a lab. Broad spectrum radiology service available. Clinic is outfitted with eClinicalWorks EMR and complete office support team. Candidate will enjoy a generous package with earning incentives, inclusive of sign on bonus, relocation, CME, and full benefits that include paid time off, flexible spending account (FSA), choice of health insurance plans, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k), student loan consideration and more. Enjoy the amenities of Lexington, including easy airport access, great restaurants, affordable housing, Keeneland Race Track, the Kentucky Horse Park, University of Kentucky athletics, Natural Bridge, Red River Gorge and much more.
Nestled in renowned Bluegrass horse country, Winchester's historical roots shape its vibrant present.
Clark Regional Medical Center's (CRMC) 79-bed, state-of-the-art acute care facility features patient-friendly design and enhanced healthcare IT capabilities, and was the first hospital in Kentucky with a 100 percent geothermal heating and cooling system. Established in 1917, CRMC also serves residents of Clark County and the surrounding area with outpatient services through a number of physician practices at its on-site medical plaza and at the Clark Clinic. CRMC also operates an urgent care clinic in Winchester and a rural health clinic that serves residents of Powell County and Montgomery County. The hospital was the first facility designated as a Duke LifePoint Quality Affiliate.
Founded in 1792, but with roots dating back to 1685 when Shawnee Indians inhabited the area, Winchester sits at the heart of Clark County, just 20 miles east of Lexington. A dynamic cultural center, the town is home to the Leeds Theatre for performing arts, the Winchester Art Guild Gallery, the Winchester Opera House and the Bluegrass Heritage Museum. Clark County also hosts several popular festivals, including the Annual Daniel Boone Festival, Beer Cheese Festival and Scarecrow Festival. And the Clark County Fair draws crowds each summer for livestock shows and rodeos, live entertainment and more.
Year-round recreational activities can be found through the Winchester Clark County Parks and Recreation Department and the YMCA. And Natural Bridge State Resort Park lies nearby with a 54-acre lake in Daniel Boone National Forest, which offers fishing, boating, playgrounds, cottages and lodges among its beautiful scenery.