• Better than average lifestyle; can work as little as 1 day a week
  • No call, no nights, no weekends, no drugs
  • Less stress than most practice opportunities
  • No state income tax
  • No treatment offered-This is a nerve and muscle testing ONLY practice.
  • Ability to excel with a narrow focus

Location:                  

 

  • Memphis is a smaller version of Atlanta

Practice Features:

 

  • Work with well-respected, very successful, financially-sound physician-owned, 30-year-old nerve and muscle testing clinics (9) in a 75-mile radius in western TN and Memphis area.  The practice is accredited as exemplary status labs in 9 locations now by AANEM. Join 2 physiatrists and several neurologists who are board certified

 

  • The nerve and muscle clinics have been in operation for 30 years so they have the protocols, staffing and quality controls to ensure quality EMG’s for a large volume of patients; most practices can’t provide the same quality results in a timely fashion.

 

  • Attention to quality is utmost.  Patient volume and the narrow focus enables the clinic to have the experience to provide quality services.

 

  • All NCV’s are performed by veteran certified technicians on Cadwell machines under the direct supervision of the physician who evaluates each patient.  The technicians are well-trained and registered by the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.

 

  • Stable—been in practice for 30 years.

 

  • No shortage of patients; 400 referring doctors; have large volumes approaching 10,000 procedures a year

 

  • Preferred providers for virtually every insurance carrier in the region, 2 marketing representatives

 

  • Members of AANEM since 1992.  Attend all meetings with staff and proud sponsor.

 

  • The clinics’ goal is to provide quality nerve and muscle tests utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and techniques.

 

  • Low staff turnover

 

  • Per the physician owner, “We believe the future is good for those of us who treat our patients unusually well and efficiently.  We have succeeded through efficiency and friendliness.  We accept patients regardless of insurance type and most tell us it is the friendliest office they have ever visited.”

Responsibilities:      

 

  • 8 AM – 5 PM or can be part-time or a couple of days/week
  • No treatment, only testing
  • Do EMG’s, do approximately 15 – 20 EMG’s a day; all needle electrode exams are performed by the physician, all studies are designed and interpreted by the physician, the new doctor would have one nerve tech that would help with the nerve studies.

Call:                          

 

  • No call or nights

Payors:                      

  • Medicare, Tenncare and participating providers in more than 500 commercial health plans.  The practice is a preferred provider with most workers compensation managed care organizations.

Compensation:         

 

  • $100,000 for 1 day/week, $200,000 for 2 days/week, etc.
  • Based on the number of patients you see but should be similar to above

Affiliation:                

 

  • Independent contractor or employee.  If an employee then benefits would be provided and competitive

Candidate

Qualifications:         

 

  • Board Certified/Qualified physiatrist or neurologist with superior EMG skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills and professional appearance
  • A doctor who is unusually friendly, prompt, well-groomed and concerned about patients

You’ll find plenty of outpatient physiatry practice opportunities when you search the Openings listed on the website of Farr Healthcare. Even though competition is greater in this field, we believe there’s a perfect match for every outpatient physiatrist candidate and employer. You won’t find a larger listing of practice opportunities  anywhere for top-quality outpatient physiatry opportunities, especially one with so much information.