Mayo Clinic General Neurologist in La Crosse, Wisconsin

City

La Crosse

State

Wisconsin

Telecommute

No

Department

Neurology

Why Mayo Clinic

The Department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Health System is seeking a board certified or board eligible Neurologist. This busy, growing, broad-based practice will partner with three additional Neurologists and a Nurse Practitioner. Our Neurology service is part of a comprehensive neuroscience team including adult neurology, a growing neurosurgery practice with two neurosurgeons on staff, neuropsychology, neuroradiology and state-of-the-art neurodiagnostics.

Position description

Position Description: Candidates must be board-certified/board-eligible in Neurology. Competence in EMG is preferred with sub-specialty interests or fellowship training desirable. The Neurology service is part of a comprehensive neuroscience team including adult neurology, neurosurgery, neuropsychology and neuroradiology. A Mayo Clinic – Rochester pediatric neurologist provides consultative services at our La Crosse Campus. We have an accredited Stroke Center, Sleep Center and EEG Lab. Stroke Call for the ER is provided by Tele Stroke service at Mayo Clinic – Rochester. The opportunity exists for a joint appointment with Mayo Clinic – Rochester which is located 75 miles from La Crosse. The call requirements will be 1:5. Mayo Clinic Health System links Mayo Clinic’s respected expertise in patient care, research and education with Mayo’s community-focused multi-specialty groups in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Today, more than 950 physicians practice in 75 communities. Enjoy our collegiality, stability, excellent compensation and benefits and a balanced, high-quality Midwest lifestyle.

Benefits eligible

Yes

Schedule

Full Time

Category

Physicians & Scientists

Career profile

All Physicians Specialties

Specialty

Neurology

Job posting number

95779BR

Recruiter

Nicholas Nedland

Equal opportunity employer

Mayo Clinic is an equal opportunity educator and employer (including veterans and persons with disabilities).