Supported by WVU’s 700-bed Academic Med Center and the Rockefeller
West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute and
the Department of Neurology in the WVU School of Medicine
recruting two general neurologists to provide inpatient and
outpatient care for Wheeling Hospital, with an academic appointment
of Assistant Prfes, Associate or Professor.
has served the Northern Panhandle of West
Virginia, Eastern Ohio and parts of Pennsylvania longer than any
other hospital in the state. The hospital has 247 beds, and the
medical staff totals 230 primary care and specialty physicians. In
addition to the hospital, the complex includes the Continuous Care
Center, the Wheeling Renal Care and the Howard Long Wellness
Center. Connected to the hospital are four medical office buildings
where 80 physicians have their private offices.
Work / life balance with no call and tele-support
Generous benefits package: 100% employer-contributed retirement;
free college tuition for dependents; free life insurance
Signing bonus and paid relocation
The West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience
located on our main campus in Morgantown, WV, is
improving lives by pioneering advances in brain health. With the
latest innovative technologies, an ecosystem of partners, and a
truly integrated approach we are making tangible progress in
transforming the lives of people.
To learn more about the RNI
is West Virginia University’s affiliated health
system, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a national
leader in patient safety and quality. WVU Medicine includes the
physicians, specialists, and sub-specialists of the West Virginia
University School of Medicine, including twenty-two system and
affiliate hospitals, all anchored by a 700-bed academic medical
center that offers tertiary and quaternary care.
is the largest city in the Wheeling-Belmont
County (Ohio) Metropolitan Statistical Area that includes Ohio and
Marshall Counties, WV, and Belmont County, OH. The comforts of a
small town with the amenities of a big city are at your fingertips
at a lower cost of living. Wheeling is less than an hour from
Pittsburgh, PA and two hours from Columbus, OH.
art exhibitions, symphony concerts, theatrical productions, history
programs, dance performances and hundreds of classes, workshops and
seminars, Wheeling’s cultural community is committed to enriching
lives through the arts and bringing enjoyment and inspiration to
people of all ages. From hundreds of fairs and festivals to arts
and culture, there is something for everyone. Year-round
activities include golf, hiking, biking, kayaking/water sports,
running, skiing/snowboarding, and host of family activities.
Candidate must have an MD or DO degree or
foreign equivalent and be eligible for state medical license.
Successful candidate must have completed a Neurology residency
program and must be board certified / eligible in Neurology.
Candidates who are not board certified / board eligible who possess
extraordinary ability and demonstrated track record may be
considered at the discretion of the Chief Medical Officer. All
qualifications must be met by the time of appointment. The
successful applicant will join a multidisciplinary team comprising
neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, geriatrics, nursing, and
social work. They will participate in a growing clinical program
and teach medical students, residents, and fellows.
To learn more about the Department visit https://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/neurology/
; submit your CV directly to Kelli Piccirillo – Physician
Recruitment at email@example.com.
WVU & UHA are AA/EO employer –
Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of an
NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.
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