Neurology Opportunities at Ochsner Health

Louisiana

Key Info

full-time

Inpatient and outpatient

The Ochsner Neuroscience Institute is recruiting BC/BE Neurologists to join our expanding practices.

We've made a lot of progress since opening the doors in 1942, but one thing has never changed - our commitment to serve, heal, lead, educate, and innovate. We believe that every award earned, every record broken and every patient helped is because of the dedicated employees who fill our hallways.

At Ochsner, whether you work with patients every day or support those who do, you are making a difference and that matters. Come make a difference at Ochsner Health System and discover your future today!

Opportunities exist at our MAIN, BAPTIST, and WEST BANK campuses in NEW ORLEANS as well as our facilities located on the NORTH SHORE, KENNER, and BATON ROUGE for BC/BE GENERAL NEUROLOGISTS and those with subspecialty training in the following areas: Cognitive Disorders, Movement & Neuro Muscular, Headache, and Stoke

This is a great opportunity to practice neurology in a collegial and patient-focused environment. Academic appointments are available at our affiliated institutions, including Tulane, LSU, and the University of Queensland. Both newly trained and experienced physicians are encouraged to apply. We offer a highly competitive salary with comprehensive benefits.

The Department of Neurology has a complement of over 40 neurologists system-wide with subspecialty representation in stroke, neurocritical care, interventional neurology, neuromuscular disease, movement disorders, epilepsy, MS, headache, cognitive disorders, sleep, traumatic brain injury and sports medicine. We are a Top 50 Neuroscience Center in the US News and World Report rankings.

The Ochsner Neuroscience Institute has the only comprehensive stroke center and one of the largest comprehensive spine centers in the region. We have the largest Neuro-ICU consisting of 40 beds, epilepsy center of excellence with EMU monitoring unit and one of the busiest movement disorder programs in the region.


Posted October 9, 2019

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