The Center for Neurosciences is the largest neuroscience group practice in Southern Arizona. We are always interested in learning more about qualified potential staff members and expert physicians to join our comprehensive team.
We enjoy year-round sunshine, a beautiful desert environment as well as excellent compensation and benefits all while serving the one million strong in the Tucson area. Please feel free to submit your resume and cover letter. We will contact you if an appropriate position becomes available.
The Center for Neurosciences (CNS) is seeking a Board Certified/Eligible neurologist to join our thriving comprehensive neurosciences practice. This position will be instrumental in establishing a neurology practice in the Sierra Vista area. H-1B and J-1 visa candidates welcomed. First year income guaranteed with excellent salary potential for the right candidate.
Our Neurologists enjoy the benefits of our integrated model of care in which our core values of patient centered care, teamwork and excellence thrive. Along with neurology, our multi-disciplinary practice includes neurosurgery, pediatric neurology, neuro-oncology, interventional pain management, radiation oncology, otology/neurotology and audiology.
Patient centered care, collegiality and excellence are what our 60+ year reputation is built on. Everyone at the Center for Neurosciences is dedicated to working together to provide the best possible care for every patient. If you share this value and are interested in joining our dynamic team, please submit your CV to Scarlett Jargo at email@example.com.
If you are a Medical Assistant with at least three years experience in a medical office and thrive in a fast-paced environment then you may be the candidate we are looking for. If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your resume below.
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