Neurology physician Opportunity in Western Illinois, close to St. Louis, Missouri
Private single specialty group of 2 seeking third associate. Group works from two offices and two hospitals (Granite City and Alton). Call 1in 3 Potential option for partnership. Seeking well rounded board eligible/board certified Neurology candidate (open to fellows on a case by case).
Comprehensive financial package:
Salary (income guarantee)
Potential for signing/commencement bonus
Potential for medical edcuation debt assistance
A 386-bed facility providing a full continuum of services to a service area of more than 120,000. With satellite locations in Edwardsville and Collinsville, the Center has more than 150 physicians representing 39 specialties. The Medical Center has renovated the Emergency Room with further growth is on the horizon with plans to expand services with the addition of home health care, increased cardiology services and an expansion of the adult geriatric psychiatric unit.
Is part of the Greater St. Louis metropolitan area. At the 2010 census, the population was 29,849, making it the third largest city in the Metro-East and Southern Illinois, behind Alton and Belleville. Officially founded in 1896, was named by the Niedringhaus brothers who established it as a steel making company townfor the manufacture of kitchen utensils made to resemble granite. The Park District owns 13 parks. Wilson Park is the most notable. A 1.4-mile (2.3 km) paved trail encircles the 74-acre (300,000 m2) park which contains a pool, ice rink, park office, skate park, food and beverage stand, tennis courts, several pavilions, baseball fields, and a wedding area. The Park District offers baseball, flag football, tennis, soccer, basketball, and hockey programs for the youth. Every summer around July 4, Wilson Park hosts the Patriots in the Park program. The program includes live entertainment, carriage rides, carnival rides, food & beverage stands, and the second largest fireworks display in the St. Louis area.
Madison County Transit provides an outstanding 85-mile (137 km) network of newly paved, well maintained bikeways throughout the county. The new YMCA, part of the River's Edge Development was recently completed. The complex includes aquatics programs, a youth center, weightlifting, batting cages, basketball/tennis courts, and a child care center.
For those who golf, there are two golf courses. The Legacy Golf Course and the Arlington Golf Course both offer eighteen hole championship courses. Horseshoe Lake State Park wraps around Horseshoe Lake, a 2,400-acre (9.7 km2) natural lake, the largest lake in the St. Louis area. The park provides a wonderful place for picnicking, cycling, fishing, wildlife viewing, and small boating. Hunting is allowed during hunting season and a small primitive campground is located on Walker's Island.
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