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Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center Recruiting Additional Neurologists

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Practice seeking candidates, who may be generalists or specialists

CHANDLER, Ariz. - eTradeWire -- Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center is hiring more board-certified neurologists to accommodate its increasing patient load.

To date, Neurology Associates employs six neurologists, several of whom specialize in areas including movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and other neurological conditions. This competency is essential and contributes to the characteristics that set Neurology Associates apart from other clinics. Neurology Associates welcomes applications from all qualified neurologist candidates; prospects who focus on domains that would enlarge Neurology Associates' expertise are especially invited to submit their CVs.

Neurology Associates stands out from its peers thanks to the holistic care it provides in-house. This includes operating an accredited MRI machine on-site, an amenity that reduces the time and travel required for patients to receive scans, as well as offering on-site diagnostics (EMG, EEG, VENG), psychiatry, neuropsychology, physical therapy, naturopathic medicine, counseling, cognitive rehabilitation and more.

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"Providers who want to align with a clinic that takes a unique, patient-centric approach to neurology will want to vet Neurology Associates as a potential place to work," said Ali Hajaig, partner and CEO of Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center. "We structure our practice differently compared to other medical centers, and that's a big reason why we attract and retain top talent."

Interested doctors may apply through the Neurology Associates website (https://neurologyassociates.com/our-practice/careers-neurology-associates/) or through PracticeLink (https://www.practicelink.com/).

Ali Hajaig
Kelly Teal

Source: Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center
Filed Under: Medical

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