Seattle, Washington -- Seeking an excellent BC/BE Neurology physician, preferably with post-residency or fellowship training in balance disorders. Full-time position. Desirable Monday - Friday schedule with no call. Competitive compensation; comprehensive benefits. Experienced clinician preferred, but new graduates are welcome to apply. Must be able to read vestibular testing. Join a collegial team at Swedish Neuroscience Institute's Balance Center, a subspecialty center dedicated to the diagnosis and management of patients with disorders of balance and equilibrium. Enjoy outstanding quality of life in the Pacific Northwest's largest urban center.
Seattle is the Pacific Northwests largest urban center (metro population 3.25 million), with world-class arts and entertainment, a robust economy and an outstanding school system. The city hugs magnificent Puget Sound and offers magnificent mountain views to the north, east and south. Seattleites are famously fond of the outdoors, fresh seafood and good coffee.
Swedish Neuroscience Institute provides advanced, progressive treatment for a wide range of brain, spine and central nervous system conditions. We have a roster of world-class neurologists and neurosurgeons, leading-edge operating rooms, telehealth access for patients outside the area, and a specially-trained inpatient neurology team - all with a level of care and compassion focused on improving outcomes and renewing hope.
Providence St. Joseph Health is a family of partner organizations including Providence Health & Services, St. Joseph Health, Facey Medical Foundation, Swedish, Pacific Medical Centers, Covenant Health and Kadlec. With 50 hospitals, more than 800 physician clinics, and a variety of health and educational services that include senior care and supportive housing, the health system and its partners employ more than 100,000 caregivers (employees) serving communities across seven states: Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and Washington. PSJH’s family of organizations work together to meet the needs of its communities, especially the poor and vulnerable.