1910 Malvern Avenue Little Rock, AR 72002
Seeking Board Certified/Eligible Neurologist to join hospital employed practice in west central Arkansas. The Neurologist will provide outpatient services as well as some inpatient services, such as EEGs and consults. There is a strong need for Neurology services in the area, so you will be able to build a successful practice quickly. Call 1: 3 or better.
Excellent recruitment package, including employment, sign-on bonus, relocation, and student loan repayment.
Facility: - An acute-care hospital - JCAHO accredited - The facility provides service to a five-county area, including Garland, Hot Springs, Montgomery, Pike and Clark counties. - The facility provides a wide range of services, including The Regional Heart Center, The Breast Center, Rehabilitation, ICU, Emergency Services, Diagnostic Imaging Services, Physical Therapy, Outpatient Services, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Pediatrics, The Family Maternity Center, Home Healthcare, Medical and Surgical Nursing Units and a Skilled Nursing Facility.
Location: - Close to Hot Springs, AR - Just 50 miles from Little Rock, AR - 100 miles from Texarkana, AR - About 200 miles from Fayetteville, Arkansas and Memphis, TN - Located in the gently rolling Ouachita Mountains, surrounded by clear lakes and the historic Ouachita National Forest, the community offers a unique combination of natural beauty, cultural life and historical interest. - Known as America’ s First Resort, it is a city alive with activity. - Downtown features a number of art galleries and antique shops. - Oaklawn Park is the site of exciting thoroughbred racing, and Garvan Woodland Gardens is a magical 210-acre botanical garden surrounded by Lake Hamilton. - There' s a Convention Center that is a state-of-the-art concert and sports arena, and the Magic Springs and Crystal Falls Theme and Water Park offers summertime family fun and a summer concert series. - National Park, the first federally protected area in the nation’ s history, features 147-degree thermal water flowing year round from 47 hot springs. From pre-historic times, people have traveled to these natural thermal springs to bathe and relax. - Home of the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and Arts (ASMSA), the premier high school in the state. - At this public residential high school, academically advanced juniors and seniors are taught at a college level, using only college textbooks, by a highly qualified faculty. - The area is surrounded by abundant opportunities for camping, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding and water skiing. - There are 17 championship golf courses in the area and four major tournament lakes for fishing. - The mountains surrounding the city are part of the Ouachita National Forest, one of the oldest and most scenic in the nation, with plenty of trails that take avid hikers to spectacular overlooks. W - Within the city, there are 19 parks and seven miles of hiking trails.