CoxHealth is seeking a BE/BC Neurologist to practice general neurology at Cox Medical Center Branson. The physician will join a neurologist in Branson and an experienced support staff, including midlevel providers. Call is 1:3.
The opportunity offers a competitive compensation package, including sign-on bonus and a comprehensive benefits package.
Branson is home to more than 85,000 area residents. Branson’s world-class entertainment venues, extensive shopping and area lakes bring in 8 million tourists per year. It provides an excellent living environment with more than 10 golf courses in the area, affordable housing and property options, top rated public and private schools and a variety of options for the outdoor enthusiast.
Our health system includes six hospitals with more than 80 clinics and 200 primary care physicians serving 24 counties. Ferrell-Duncan Clinic, our multi-specialty clinic physician group offers 23 specialties.
CoxHealth is Missouri’s first hospital system accredited by DNV-GL Healthcare for quality and patient safety. All five hospitals, as well as our outpatient centers and provider-based clinics hold this national distinction from DNV’s accreditation program, the National Integrated Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. CoxHealth in Springfield has been named five times to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Regional Hospitals list, and Cox Medical Center Branson was individually recognized as a Best Regional Hospital in 2017-2018. The health system is recognized by CareChex as among the Top 10 percent of U.S. hospitals for medical excellence and patient safety in overall medical care.
Why the Branson Area?
The Tri-Lakes area and Branson offer the best of everything – star-studded entertainment, a close-knit community and incomparable outdoor recreation. Located about 45 minutes south of Springfield in southwest Missouri, Branson is within easy driving distance of major metropolitan areas, and the Branson Airport offers convenient flights to hubs across the United States.
The economy is based on tourism, healthcare, retail and education, and more than 10,000 people call Branson their year-round home.
The community is blessed with a low cost of living, low crime rate and great private and public schools. With more than 100 live shows, theme parks, more than 240 restaurants and major shopping centers, there’s never a shortage of things to do. And if you love the outdoors, you’re close to three beautiful lakes known for recreation and fishing, plus close to streams, rivers and woodlands full of wildlife.