As a leading healthcare staffing provider, Sterling Medical has many permanent and locum tenens positions available for qualified Neurologists. Any state license is accepted.

These Neurologists job opportunities are located in very attractive living locations across the United States, such as Upstate New York, Syracuse, New York, and Watertown, New York. We also offer great Neurologist job opportunities in Greater San Diego, California, and Los Angeles, California.

Sterling Medical also provides Neurologist positions and job opportunities overseas in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and other overseas nations.

Our Neurologist positions offer highly competitive compensation packages. On-call hours are always reasonable, with many of our positions involving either no on-call requirements or limited on-call requirements that allow you to maintain a reasonable personal lifestyle.

Sterling Medical’s Neurologist opportunities are also unique in that they typically involve no billing or collections, with high levels of annual guaranteed compensation.

If you are a Neurologist, and would like to learn more about the opportunities Sterling Medical can offer you, contact us at:

Please include your name, e-mail address, and phone number, and resume. A Sterling Medical recruiter will contact you as soon as possible after receiving your e-mail.

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