Physician Assistant - Neurology - SIGNING BONUS!

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN PEOPLES LIVES - YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW! We are seeking a Physician Assistant Neurology Movement Disorder, must have TX Physician Assistant License issued by the Texas Medical Board.
Must have Neurology experience - Movement Disorder experience preferred.
This is a clinic-based position that will be dedicated to working with Movement Disorder Specialists to provide care for patients with Movement Disorder Diseases.
Schedule is Monday-Friday, supporting clinic business hours which is 8 a.
to 5 p.
No call required.
Our Movement Disorders Program focuses on diseases of the brain that produce alterations of motor control, including tremor, clumsiness, voluntary or involuntary abnormal movements.
Areas of expertise include management of patients with Parkinson Disease, Essential Tremor, Dystonia, Tics, Chorea, Ataxia and Myoclonus.
You will provide patient services under the direct supervision and responsibility of the designated supervising staff physician, including obtaining medical and personal histories, performing physical exams, educating patients and families, and prioritizing and assessing patients.
We offer a great place to work, SIGNING BONUS, competitive salary, relocation assistance and excellent
Medical and Dental Insurance, Paid Time Off Plan, Extended Illness Bank, Long Term and Short Term Disability, 401k.
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