Neurology - Movement Disorders
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Medical Center of Plano, Plano, TX
Established in 1975, Medical Center of Plano is a full-service, acute-care facility with the most comprehensive health services available in North Texas. MCP has maintained a reputation for superior health care as the largest and most sophisticated medical facility in Collin County. The Medical Center is a 427-bed, JCAHO-accredited, medical/surgical hospital which offers a broad base of quality patient services.
Our 53-acre campus includes the main hospital and medical offices, Surgery Center of Plano, the North Texas Regional Cancer Center and the Center for Lifestyle Enhancement. At Medical Center of Plano, one thing has remained constant: our values of excellence, compassion, integrity, accountability and balance.
Job SummaryTexas Institute of Neurological Disorders is currently seeking a neurologist with specific training in Movement Disorders to join the team. This is a great career opportunity to join a team of Neurologists dedicated to the comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with a wide variety of Neurological disorders. The group is offering an employed position with an attractive compensation package that includes a competitive base salary, financial incentives and a complete benefits package.
Texas Institute of Neurological Disorders is an innovative neurology practice that provides the full spectrum of neurologic services for patients and those involved in their care. TIND has physicians involved in all phases of neurologic illness: acute neurologic emergencies; neurologic support for hospitalized patients; and outpatient care for those with new or ongoing neurological conditions.
TIND provides acute stroke care; neuro-critical care; neurologic support and outreach throughout North Texas and the surrounding states in both hospitals and emergency rooms. In order to bridge hospital care to outpatient care, TIND has dedicated outpatient neurologists who all have advanced fellowship training and expertise. TIND has office staff, administration, and management to encompass the full spectrum of patient needs and customer service. We are dedicated to providing excellent and compassionate patient care.
The philosophy by which we practice blends a caring approach with forward thinking, up-to-date knowledge of neurologic disorders and treatments.
For more information and to submit your CV for consideration please contact Josh Canfield at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 972-401-8727