University of Kentucky seeks an Assistant Professor of Neurology in Lexington, KY to provide direct or consultative neuromuscular neurological care for patients (adults and/or children) with complex neuromuscular illness in the Department’s outpatient clinics, including our ALS Association certified Treatment Center of Excellence, and/or outreach clinics from 4-5 half days per week. Faculty member will also staff the Clinical Neurophysiology lab 2-3 half days per week and provide inpatient service. Will attend on the adult Neurology inpatient ward and/or consultative services from 4-6 weeks per year and/or provide coverage for other faculty in addition to providing subspecialty Neuromuscular Medicine consultative inpatient services. Responsibilities in the outpatient clinics may be adjusted when attending physician on the inpatient services. Provide supervision for residents and medical students in all clinical settings (inpatient and outpatient) including supervision of 6-8 half day clinics per year as attending for the outpatient resident clinic. Perform didactic lectures in a classroom setting. Participation in clinical, research and other administrative activities. Serve on appropriate Department, College, Hospital or University committees.
This position requires a M.D., D.O. or foreign equivalent, completion of Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship, board eligible/board certified in Neurology, board eligible/board certified in Neuromuscular Medicine, eligible for Kentucky State Medical License.
Travel to multiple worksites in Fayette County, KY, Franklin County, KY and Rockcastle County, KY.
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