Clinical Neurophysiologist, Remote IOM Opportunity

Are you passionate about remote IOM, and prefer a 4-day work week?  Would you like to work for an organization founded by a neurologist, designed exclusively for clinical neurophysiologists who specialize in IOM?    

We have an immediate opening for an ABPN/ABCN board certified clinical neurophysiologist who is passionate about IOM.  This is a great opportunity for someone interested in joining a medical practice run solely by neurologists, working from the comfort of your home office.  

Location: Anywhere, USA

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 highly experienced and well-trained clinical neurophysiologists that have experienced zero turn over in the past 4 years.  Those who join the team…stay!

Educational Opportunities: You will have a yearly stipend to attend 1 outside conference/event per year.

Communication:  You will have a voice in the scope of your work, as this is a practice run by neurologists for neurologists.  There are no external stakeholders, investors, or executives to consider.  Most team members joined because they lacked control over their destiny with larger, national IOM companies.   

Estimated Compensation: Four-day weeks!  Base salary of $275k with the ability to earn another $90k in bonuses.  Anyone willing to work a 5-day week may earn up to $440k/yr.   

Compensation Structure:  This is a full-time, salaried position.  All benefits, insurance, and licensure fees will be included as part of the overall compensation package.     

Workload:  Team members work 4-days per week.  Each day is typically 10 hours in length and the expectation is coverage of 20-25 cases per day.  Call coverage is performed on a rotating basis and would typically be a 12-16 hour day, covering 30 cases.  You will always have the day off following your weekly call rotation day!

Case Median:  The average physician in the practice monitors 42-45 hours/week. 

Coverage Help:  All interpreting team members are board certified neurologists (not AuD’s, or DABNM’s), so if a case runs long, you can comfortably and easily swap out with a colleague.  Benefits:  HC insurance with an 80/20 split, 4 weeks of PTO, and a stipend to attend 1 external conference per year.  All expenses associated with state licensure, hospital privileging, and home office infrastructure are covered.  Each team member is also provided a gas generator, 2 internet lines, and a cell phone.

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