San Jose

Bay Area Health System seeking Stroke Director & Neurohospitalist

Mission Recruiting -

San Jose



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Created date:

February 28, 2022

Job description

A prestigious and well-respected healthcare system in the San Francisco Bay Area is seeking a Neurohospitalist to help build their developing program. This system features a joint commission-sanctioned stroke center, neurointerventional radiologists, and a rehabilitation hospital. This inpatient position offers an attractive schedule, a fair compensation structure, and opportunities for increased earning potential.

Work Expectations:

  • W-2 Position with Aggressive Salary
  • Regular Inpatient Shifts
  • Several Outpatient Shifts Per Month
  • Bonuses for Quality Care


  • Health, Dental Vision Insurance
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME)
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Vacation Time
  • Malpractice Insurance
  • Dues, Licenses Membership Fees

Mission Recruiting is proud to represent some of the most prestigious organizations in the country. Contact us today to learn how we can help you explore this and other exciting opportunities.

Reference: Neurohospitalist - 131979

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Patrick Cotter

Director of Recruiting

Patrick Cotter

Director of Recruiting

Frisco, TX

Patrick is the Director of Recruiting for Mission Recruiting, LLC's healthcare division with ten years' of experience as a professional medical recruiter. He is responsible for placing physicians, mid-levels and healthcare administrators in both permanent and temporary (locum tenens) positions across the United States. Patrick lives in Frisco, Texas with his spouse and three teenage children, two of which now drive and give him additional grey hairs upon his head.

(949) 535-1726

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Bay Area Health System seeking Stroke Director & Neurohospitalist

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