Remote IOM, Neurologist (Any location)

Are you passionate about remote IOM, but prefer to work for a medium sized, privately held IOM provider?  Would you enjoy having a smaller group of physician colleagues, who embrace work-life balance and eliminate the need to take call?  Do you want to work remotely, but still have the opportunity to interact with physician peers on a regular basis?

We have an immediate opening for a board certified neurologist who is passionate about IOM.  This is a great opportunity for someone seeking the opportunity to join an established IOM company, providing remote oversight.  All monitoring can be done from a home office.  Our client will assist with obtaining any required state licenses and hospital privileges.

Location: Anywhere, USA (with a preference for those able to cover cases in the Pacific and Mountain time zones)

Role: Remote Monitoring of adult and pediatric patients

Required Experience:  At least 1 year of remote IOM oversight required; we will consider those who have less experience if they have completed a fellowship in clinical neurophysiology and/or hold a specialty certification in IOM.  Board certification in neurology is required.

Team: Join a group of 3 highly experienced and well trained clinical neurophysiologists.  Our client has experienced no turn-over since its inception.  Those who join the team…stay!

Estimated Compensation: Negotiable based upon experience + benefits; Experienced candidates have a base salary in the $240k-$290k range.

Compensation Structure:  This is a full-time, salaried position.  We are not seeking someone that wants to split their time monitoring for various IOM companies, nor those seeking contract work.  All benefits, insurance, and licensure fees will be included as part of the overall compensation package.

Workload:  10-12 cases per day (on avg); There is no call requirement.  There is an emphasis on ensuring a reasonable case load that enables you to focus on patient care.

Case Median:  The average physician in the practice monitors 45 hours/week.

Coverage Help:  All interpreting team members are board certified neurologists.  There is one AuD that helps out on a part-time basis.  If a case runs longer, you can comfortably and easily swap out with a colleague.  The culture is one of shared volume.   You will never be stuck covering that late afternoon, 5-hour add-on case (or complex craniotomy) until 9pm by yourself.

Insurance:  Liability coverage of $1mil/$5mil is provided.

Benefits:  A rich benefit program includes a robust healthcare insurance coverage plan, and a 401k, and profit sharing.  Furthermore, all expenses associated with state licensure, hospital privileging, and home office infrastructure are covered.

Comments are closed.