Location: Maysville, Kentucky
Meadowview Regional Medical Center in Maysville, Kentucky is growing with the addition of an employed, full-time Neurologist to assist in building a service line. Those who are currently practicing or are currently in training can be considered. Recently voted The Best Southern Small Town for 2023 by USA Today, Maysville is a picturesque town on the banks of the Ohio River!
- Large referral base as there is only telemedicine neurology coverage at present
- The primary and secondary market expands over five counties
- Fellowship-trained specialties can be considered alongside general neurology and stroke patients
- Sign On Bonus
- Hospital Employment with Comprehensive Benefits Package (including 401k and EAP)
- Paid Vacation, Paid Malpractice
- Practice Management Support
- Annual CME
- Student Loan Assistance
Meadowview Regional Medical Center, a 100-bed, acute care, Joint Commission-accredited facility located in Maysville, Kentucky, serves a population of more than 100,000 in the Kentucky counties of Mason, Robertson, Fleming, Lewis, and Bracken in addition to Brown and Adams counties of Ohio. The hospital is committed to compassionate healthcare, having been named one of the 100 Top Hospitals in the country five times in the past decade. MRMC is committed to and continues to offer high-quality, cost-effective healthcare to its communities.
Community and Lifestyle:
Located in northern Kentucky, Maysville offers a picturesque downtown setting on the banks of the Ohio River. Maysville is one of the state's best-kept secrets, offering plenty of small-town charm with easy access to the amenities of metropolitan amenities (easy access to Lexington and Cincinnati). Founded in the early nineteenth century as a river town, Maysville is the fastest-growing industrial and service center in northeastern Kentucky and boasts a school system that consistently ranks in the state's top 10. The city features a plethora of touring, dining, and shopping opportunities, and nearby Old Washington offers a charming living-history community of log cabins, antique and gift shops, museums, and a historic tavern. The area is home to several recreational pursuits, including ATV, dirt bike, and horseback riding; riverboat rides on the Ohio River; the Maysville Mason County Recreation Park; and the northern terminus of the Daniel Boone National Forest, which offers a quiet retreat.