Busy Autonomic Practice with Testing Lab and Clinical Research Opportunities
Inpatient and outpatient
Our busy, outpatient based Autonomic practice is one of two centers in WI with an Autonomic testing laboratory. Work directly with our experienced Autonomic Neurologist, 3 Advanced Clinical Providers and in close collaboration with our multidisciplinary team. With an established Primary Care, Cardiology and Endocrinology referral base you will have an opportunity to provide care for adolescents and adults.
Our Program Offers:
- Large population of autonomic dysfunction patients
- Clinical practice with opportunity for clinical research
- Collaboration with Stanford on sleep and POTS study currently
- Intensive rehabilitation program for autonomic dysfunction patients including sleep psychology, PT, OT, Speech Therapy, Integrative Medicine (massage, acupuncture), dietician
- Sleep psychologist, board certified, actively working the program.
- Close collaboration with cardiac electrophysiology.
- Opportunity to see other neuromuscular or neuropathy patients
- Strong support of administration/organizational leadership
- Candidate must be board eligible/certified in General Neurology and fellowship training in Autonomic, Neuromuscular or Peripheral Neuropathy desired.
- Generous Student Loan Forgiveness and CME along with comprehensive benefits
- Will support candidates on H-1B visa as cap-exempt employer
Grafton, Wisconsin -Located minutes north of downtown Milwaukee, Grafton offers a personal and economic quality of life that draws people and businesses alike to this crossroads community of well-kept homes, tree lined streets and small town warmth. Convenient access to a major airport and the vast recreational opportunities that draw people to Wisconsin.
Advocate Aurora Health-
- 10th largest not-for-profit, integrated health system in the nation
- Integrated delivery model allows our clinicians to offer state-of-the-art, top tier quality care
- 27 Hospitals, 500 sites of care throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern and central Illinois.
Posted October 14, 2020