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The Illinois Neurological Institute (INI) is seeking a neurologist, either fellowship-trained or certified in Headache Medicine and interested in joining our Headache and Craniofacial Pain Program for a full time position to care for patients with all types of headache disorders.
Join a comprehensive Headache center with variety of coordinated services, including therapy, social work, counseling and nutrition, and standardized protocols in place for pharmacological and interventional treatments, including IV infusion, trigger point injections, nerve blocks, and Botox.
This full time provider position is being created to continue growth of the program and address increasing demand with the growing population base. INI is in the process of both expanding the program and dedicating additional resources to its infrastructure with plans to develop an on-site fellowship and inpatient Headache service in the near future.
Bring your own skills, knowledge and passion for the specialty as the possibilities to incorporate them into our practice are endless with flexible and forthcoming administration.
Join large and diverse neurology group, which includes over 50 neurologists, neurosurgeons, and advanced practice providers. Most faculty are fellowship trained and represent the majority of all neurological subspecialties, including stroke, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular, epilepsy, movement, neuro-ophthalmology, neurovestibular, neuro-rehabilitation, memory/dementia care and sleep.
On-call responsibilities are shared among all members of the group averaging 2 calls per month.
Opportunities for satellite clinics based on providers comfort level are available and needed.
Academic appointment as a faculty with Neurology Residency Program at University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria with teaching responsibilities to residents and medical students.
Various resources are available for participation in clinical trials and to conduct research projects with on-site assistance to write and apply for grants.
Tertiary referral Neuroscience center for 37 counties in Central Illinois with population base of 2 million.
The Illinois Neurological Institute is part of OSF Healthcare and OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, a 609-bed hospital, with a Level I Trauma Center, and the Childrens Hospital of Illinois.
The Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center (JUMP), a partnership of OSF HealthCare and the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria, provides unique opportunities for simulation training and learning. This state-of the-art facility fosters collaboration and innovation in order to improve the safety, effectiveness, and efficiency of care for community members across the region.
Benefits include paid malpractice, CME, association membership dues, holidays, vacation weeks, paid relocation assistance, health, life, and dental insurance, and matching 401K.
OSF HealthCare owned and operated by The Sisters for the Third Order of St. Francis, Peoria, Illinois, includes OSF Healthcare System consisting of eleven hospitals and medical centers, one long-term care facility, and two colleges of nursing. Additionally, OSF Medical Group is a primary care physician network consisting of more than 800 primary care, specialist physicians, and advanced practice providers. OSF Healthcare is consistently recognized as one of the top integrated health care networks in the United States, achieving SDI's "Top 100" rating for over ten years. To align our care delivery system more closely with physicians, we have developed clinical service lines in cardiac, neurosciences and pediatrics. OSF HealthCare owns an extensive network of home health services known as OSF Home Care Services and also owns OSF Saint Francis, Inc., comprised of healthcare-related businesses, and OSF Healthcare Foundation, the philanthropic are for OSF Healthcare System and OSF Home Care Service.