Physician - Neurology

Huntsville, AL 35801

Specialty Neurology
Profession Physician

Thriving Southeast Metro Seeking BC/BE Outpatient Neurologist!

A private group in Huntsville is seeking additional physicians to join their group of 5 Board Certified physicians. This is a general neurology opportunity with approximately 90-100% outpatient.   This practice is located in a medical professional building attached to the hospital.  Cerner EMR is utilized. Huntsville Hospital is the Primary Stroke Center in North Alabama with a dedicated neuro intensive care unit.  Huntsville Hospital is a 971 bed Level 1 Trauma Center and the Regional Referral Center for North Alabama and Southern Tennessee.

Huntsville is situated in the fastest growing major metropolitan area in Alabama, and has the highest per capita income in the southeast.  Huntsville consistently ranks as the best place to live, learn and work. We are a community that combines the welcoming feeling of a modern southern city with progressive diversity of new ideas, people, and technologies. With a population of 400K in the metro area, we are a high-tech, family oriented, multi-cultural community with excellent school options, dining and entertainment for everyone.


  • Madison County named one of the Top 50 Best Places to Raise Children in the U.S. by Business Week.
  • Huntsville ranks No. 7 Best Places to live in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report.
  • Huntsville ranked among Best Cities for Mid-Career Professionals in the nation by Kiplingers.
  • Huntsville City Schools named National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.
  • Madison City Schools is Top Producer of National Merit Students in the state.
  • Madison City Schools ranked 2nd best in the entire state.
  • The Huntsville Madison Private Schools Association represents over fifteen private, religiously-affiliated, or independent schools are located in the Huntsville and Madison area of North Alabama.   Member schools contribute to the area's strong educational climate by providing diverse educational alternatives to the North Alabama community.