Physiatry Jobs and PM&R Opportunities in New Mexico
Physiatry Jobs and PM&R Opportunities in New MexicoOqobo Support2020-10-23T16:00:41-04:00
EMG, Inpatient/outpatient, Inteventional and TBI Physiatry Jobs
Enjoy life in sunny New Mexico!
Huge growth potential
Spearhead the education of PM&R residents in a new residency
A great location! Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico with a modern downtown and Old Town Albuquerque. Old Town is filled with historic adobe buildings, 5 museums, and shops.
Enjoy all that NM has to offer – the scenery, the outdoors, a rich culture and heritage, and much more
Join an incredible academic program which is the only academic program in NM!
Help establish care pathways between a Level 1 trauma center, acute inpatient rehabilitation hospital, and...[Read More]
Inpatient physiatry practice opportunity, NM
Enjoy the advantages of an independent contractor affiliation
Enjoy the patient volumes this large national rehab hospital system provides
Great professional growth opportunities
Provides a wide range of physical rehabilitation services, a vast network of highly skilled, independent private practice physicians and Encompass therapists and nurses, and the most innovative equipment and rehabilitation technology
73 semi-private rooms and eight private rooms with amenities like televisions, telephones and wireless internet capabilities.
Specialized inpatient programs for stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, neurology, cardiac and orthopedics.
Other services offered include Day Hospital Program, aquatics, pain management, arthritis, wellness and industrial...[Read More]
Inpatient Physiatry Practice Opportunity (can do outpatient too if interested), Albuquerque
Independent contractor or employee affiliation
The referral sources include the University of NM Hospital, Presbyterian Health System, and the Lovelace Healthcare System
Four seasons, all mild, sun 300+ days a year
Can be an independent contractor with Encompass or
an employee of an affiliated private practice group headed by a well-established family physician
Inpatient; see approximately 15-20 inpatients
Inpatient work includes stroke, SCI, TBI, amputations, total joint replacements, neuropathies, neurological disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Guillian Barre and Parkinson’s Disease;
Outpatient work is also possible as the outpatient arena is wide open because there is...[Read More]