The Department of Neurology at Duke University Medical Center seeks additional board eligible/board certified Neurologists to join its growing comprehensive program as General Neurologists. Subspecialty interest definitely a plus, yet not required. All new and expanded clinic sites are located directly in highly desired Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. No call responsibilities, as Duke Neurohospitalists handle all inpatients. Both experienced physicians and graduating trainees are welcome to apply. Option to join growing long-term established practices, or help jump-start a newly renovated and expanded space - all being a part of Dukes community-based, multispecialty site growth in numerous subspecialty areas, in addition to Neurology.
Exceptional opportunity to enjoy the autonomy of a community practice environment, while being closely linked to Dukes incredibly rich academic environment. Ability to attend grand rounds and/or teaching, if so desired. Duke is proud to offer a robust financial and benefits package to recruit and retain stellar physicians.
The Greater Triangle area of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill has a population of over 1.6 million, offering urban, suburban and plenty of acreage for any residential style. The area is family-friendly, while offering young singles many options for an active outdoor and social scene. The Research Triangle Park (RTP) is a globally prominent high-tech research and development center centered between the three main academic centers in the region - Duke, UNC, and NC State. This trio of world-renowned universities coupled with the biotech companies of RTP has made the area culturally diverse, economically resilient and nationally recognized as a great place to live. Coupled with great schools, premier shopping and a reasonable cost of living - there is truly something here for everyone!
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