Neurologist - AVH

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Androscoggin Valley Hospital is seeking a full-time Neurologist. We offer an extraordinary quality of life with lower overall cost of living and no income or sales tax! We offer the opportunity to spend more time with and get to know each of your patients on a more personal level. We offer autonomy while still having support nearby through specialists at Littleton Regional Healthcare and all tertiary care facilities - Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center [DHMC] (Lebanon, NH), Catholic Medical Center [CMC] (Manchester, NH), or Maine Medical Center [MMC] (Portland, ME) - who are willing to provide helpful curbside consults to AVH physicians. Further, AVH is part of the new North Country Healthcare system.

  • 4 clinic days, 1 admin day per week - NO CALL!
  • 14-18 patients per day
  • Minutes from 6 popular ski resorts and set in the middle of the White Mountains with unlimited trails for hiking, mountain biking, and outdoor activities

Must be currently competent in the performance of NCS/EMG studies and the interpretation of NCS, EMG, and EEG studies.  More specifically, candidates must have at least 6 months of full-time (or its equivalent) supervised training in electrodiagnostic medicine (residency or fellowship), interpreted at least 200 EMGs and 200 NCS under the supervision of an experienced electrodiagnostic medicine consultant, interpreted at least 250 EEGs under the supervision of an expert electroencephalographer, and (if not coming directly from post-graduate training) must have maintained competence by showing evidence that he/she has performed at least 50 EMG interpretations annually over the last two (2) years, 200 NCS interpretations annually over the last two (2) years, and 50 EEG interpretations annually over the last two (2) years.

Excellent work-life balance encouraged through our generous vacation and personal time, holidays, significant CME days, and funds. Salaried position with generous benefit package, relocation allowance, commencement bonus, and student loan reimbursement consideration.

Exceptional student teaching and faculty affiliation opportunities for 3rd year Medical Students from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine without being overwhelmed with teaching responsibilities.

Resumes and inquiries regarding this position may be e-mailed to Bonnie Hamel, FASPR, at