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Neurology Job #29655

Neurology opportunity in Idaho

 
Job Specialty Location Job Duration Salary
Neurology Idaho Permanent Job $250,000 to $300,000
This city is located in southeast Idaho and nestled at 4,448 feet in the western foothills of the Rocky Mountains along the Oregon Trail. This city has been recognized by Forbes as a “Best Small Place for Business” five years in a row, as well as ranked one of the top ten small places to move and raise a family. Founded in 1889, it is known as the “Gateway to the Northwest”. As the pioneers, gold miners and settlers traveled the Oregon Trail, they passed through the Portneuf Gap south of town. Stage and freight lines and the railroad soon followed, turning our community into a trade center and transportation junction. This city has an unusually desirable four-season climate where clear, sunny and dry is the norm. Our 32 parks, Museum of Natural History, Fort Hall Replica, several golf courses, Rose Park Aquatic Complex, Nordic Center cross-country skiing, mountain biking & hiking trails, and the Pocatello Zoo are just a few of the attractions. • Hospital Employed • Excellent Base Salary • Full Benefits • Signing Bonus • Minimal Managed Care & Excellent Reimbursements • New 181 Bed Hospital If you’re tired of the “rat race” and want a quality of life for your family with excellent income potential, call Robert Overfield at 800-839-4728 or email your CV to overfield@beck-field.com  

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