Headache Neurologist

April 1, 2019


Jacksonville, FL

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Working at Mayo Clinic is making a difference. It’s providing the highest quality patient care by placing the needs of patients first. At Mayo Clinic, you’ll discover a culture of teamwork, professionalism and mutual respect — and most importantly, a life-changing career.

The Department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL, is seeking a neurologist with headache medicine expertise to join our practice. The headache division is looking for a subspecialty trained headache physician with clinical and research focus on complex headache disorders.

The Department of Neurology includes nearly 30 board-certified neurologists, offering highly skilled, state-of-the art neurological care. The headache division consists of two headache specialists with excellent access to physical therapy, pain psychology and pain medicine.

Candidates must be board-certified in Neurology, headache fellowship trained and be eligibility for the UCNS subspecialty board in Headache Medicine. Candidates must have strong clinical skills and have a demonstrated track record of academic success in research and education.

You are invited to partner with the nation’s best hospital (U.S. News & World Report 2018-2019), ranked #1 in more specialties than any other care provider. Practicing at Mayo Clinic provides a rewarding career that promotes excellence in patient-centered care. You can thrive in an environment that supports innovation and has a wealth of resources available to you – including an integrated EMR and collaboration with top specialists – to give your patients the quality of care you want to achieve.

CLICK HERE to apply online and learn more about Mayo Clinic Health System and the vast array of opportunities that await you.


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