Neurologist - New London, CT - Yale New Haven Health - Northeast Medical Group
Northeast Medical Group (NEMG) was established with the goal of integrating physicians across Yale New Haven Health System in a single group practice that offers enhanced collaboration, improved clinical quality and better practice management resources. Since 2010, community and hospital-based physicians and mid-level practitioners have benefited from our affiliation with the region’s five leading hospitals: Bridgeport, Greenwich, Yale New Haven, Lawrence and Memorial, New London and Westerly. Our commitment to them is to provide excellence in service with compassion and sensitivity to their needs and the patients they serve. NEMG enjoys clinical partnerships and has over 600 practitioners on our medical staff.
We are seeking BC/BE Neuromuscular fellowship trained Neurologist or General Neurologist in New London, Connecticut.This is an exciting opportunity work in an outpatient practice setting in New London, CT and work out of Lawrence & Memorial Hospital. Lawrence + Memorial is a not-for-profit, general, acute care, private hospital that has been serving this region since 1912. We are licensed for 280 beds and provide patient care to medical, surgical, pediatric, rehab, psychiatric and obstetrical patients.
Our opportunities provide the following:
To learn more, please contact: Natasha Bell, In-House Physician Recruiter at Natasha.Bell@ynhh.org or call direct 203-502-6515
Located in the beautiful New England setting of New London County, the area is on the southeastern corner of Connecticut which boasts wonderful family oriented residential communities. There is quick access to New York City and Boston with fabulous cultural opportunities, theater, orchestra, beautiful beaches and restaurants.
To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree; clinical neurology residency, often followed by a Neuromuscular fellowship preferred or ability to do EMG's