Job ID: 290126185  |  Last Updated: 4/26/2023

1729 - Busy Inpatient Neurology Position

McLaren Flint
Flint, MI
Applicant Contact
Clint Swope
Physician Recruiter
(810) 342-1520
Accepts J-1 Visas

Job Description

Contact: Clint Swope (810) 342-1520,

McLaren Flint is supporting the recruitment of a Neurologist for a busy and well-respected private Neurology practice in Flint, Michigan. This position is to join a Physician who has been serving Flint and its surrounding communities for over 16 years. Majority of responsibilities will include inpatient rounding and consultations at McLaren Flint hospital with some weekend responsibilities. Enjoy flexible scheduling with options for full and part time candidates. Option to read EEGs available. Eligible candidates must be BE/BC.

McLaren Flint hospital is the hub for our McLaren Neurosciences program that includes the McLaren Stroke Program with a Neuro ICU and stepdown management for patients needing broad scope neurology/neurological services. The Neuro Critical Care team includes Neuro Intensivists, Interventional Neurologists specializing in stroke management, Neurosurgeons and outpatient-based Neurology specialists. Together, the team coordinates medical and surgical Neuro ICU services of patients originating from all regions of Michigan.

Competitive compensation and benefit package with option for partnership track.

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McLaren Flint is a 378-bed tertiary teaching facility located in Flint, Michigan, serving the medical needs of residents in greater Genesee County and Mideast Michigan. McLaren Flint is affiliated with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in its medical residency programs including family practice, internal medicine, general surgery, and orthopedic surgery. McLaren Flint also maintains vascular surgery, health psychology and cardiology fellowship programs in partnership with Michigan State University. The hospital is certified as a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, a Comprehensive Stroke Center (Joint Commission), and a BCBSM Blue Distinction Center+ for Hip and Knee Replacement and Spine Surgery. Cancer accreditations include American College of Radiology Radiation Oncology Practice Accreditation and the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative, American Society of Clinical Oncology. McLaren Flint has a rich history of providing high quality, compassionate health care and is also the regions leader in cardiovascular services, offering more types of surgeries and procedures than any other area hospital.

McLaren Flint is a subsidiary of McLaren Health Care, a fully integrated health network committed to quality, evidence-based patient care and cost efficiency. McLaren includes 14 hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, commercial and Medicaid HMOs, and a 490-member employed primary and specialty care physician network. McLaren has 28,000 employees and more than 90,000 network providers throughout Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

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