Neurologist Opportunity in Kentucky with High Income Potential

Physician: Neurology
Market: Non-Metropolitan (Less than 50,000)
Job ID:5752
Verified Date:09/14/2021
Loan Repayment:Yes
Sign on Bonus:Yes
Practice Type: Employed
Accept J1 Visa:No
Accept H1b Visa:No
Permanent: Full time Neurology

What you need to know:

Practice Details

  • Looking for a BE/BC Neurologist, to work in our outpatient clinic. 
  • Outpatient only, Monday-Friday from 8-5.
  • We currently employ two BC Hospital Neurologists that take care of the hospital 24/7 and a BC Neurologist in the office. 
  • So no ER call. 
  • A very busy sleep lab if you are interested in sleep studies.

Compensation Details

  • Base salary plus incentive compensation
  • Starting bonus
  • Relocation/moving allowance
  • Student loan repayment assistance
  • Allowed Time Off
  • Comprehensive benefits package
  • Retirement savings plans - 403(b) and 457
  • Paid CME and licensure
  • Medical malpractice insurance

Community Details

  • Service area of 460,000
  • Located 2 hours to Nashville, Paducah is a home rule-class city in and the county seat of McCracken County, Kentucky, United States. 
  • The largest city in the Jackson Purchase region, it is located at the confluence of the Tennessee and the Ohio Rivers, halfway between St. Louis, Missouri, to the northwest and Nashville, Tennessee, to the southeast. 

Recruiter Insights

More Money And Low Cost Of Living. Enjoy A Starting Salary Of Up To $75,000 More Than Major Metro Areas, Along With A Cost Of Living At Least 30% Lower. You Will Gain A Significant Financial Advantage For Paying Off Student Loans, Buying A Home, And Planning For Your Future.

The Housing Market.  Your Earnings Will Provide Ample Room For A Great Home In An Educated Community With Outstanding Schools, Along With Wealth Accumulation And Preservation Opportunities. With A Mean Home Price Of $115,021, A Stately 5-Bedroom, 2-Bath, 3,132 Sq Ft Home With Acreage Can Be Yours For $259,900.

Have The Perfect Blend Of Work-Life Balance.  You'll find this organization to support A good work/life balance at a caring, collaborative environment where leadership listens. 

The community.  Enjoy The Land Between the Lakes, a170,000-acre national recreation area in Western Kentucky and Tennessee located near I-24, about 90 miles north of Nashville, TN, and just south of Paducah, KY. 


About Employer.  This Organization Is Committed To Recruiting And Retaining The Very Best Talent And Will Provide You With Resources To Be Successful Throughout Your Career. Enjoy An Excellent Income In A Diverse Community That Values And Appreciates You.

Community Profile What is nice to know.

Closest International Airports:

  • 142 miles: Nashville, TN (BNA / KBNA) Nashville International Airport
  • 185 miles: Saint Louis, MO (STL / KSTL) Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
  • 198 miles: Memphis, TN (MEM / KMEM) Memphis International Airport
  • 213 miles: Louisville, KY (SDF / KSDF) Louisville International Airport

Closest Major City:

  • 118 miles to Nashville, TN
  • 138 miles to Saint Louis, MO
  • 156 miles to Memphis, TN
  • 176 miles to Louisville, KY

Closest Domestic Airport:

  • 10 miles: Paducah, KY (PAH / KPAH) Barkley Regional Airport
  • 60 miles: Marion, IL (MWA / KMWA) Williamson County Regional Airport
  • 90 miles: Cape Girardeau, MO (CGI / KCGI) Cape Girardeau Regional Airport
  • 129 miles: Owensboro, KY (OWB / KOWB) Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport

Cost of Living:

  • State Cost of Living Index - 94.6
  • City Cost of Living Index - 82.0
  • Mean Housing Cost - $115,021

Colleges and Universities:

  • There are 6 colleges within 50 miles of Paducah.
  • West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC), located in Paducah, is one of 16 two-year, open-admissions colleges of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). It was formed by the 2003 consolidation of Paducah Community College and West Kentucky Technical College. WKCTC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).


  • White 74.3%, 
  • Black 21.1%, 
  • American Indiana and Alaska Native 0.6%, 
  • Asian 0.4%, 
  • Two or more races 3.1%, 
  • Hispanic 2.1%


  • State Income Tax Rate - 5%
  • State Sales Tax Rate - 6%
  • City Sales Tax Rate - 6%
  • County Tax Rate - 0%
  • Property Tax Rate - 0.67%

Major Industry:

  • Retail trade (16%)
  • Manufacturing (13%)
  • Health care and social assistance (9%)
  • Accommodation and food services (9%)
  • Transportation and warehousing (8%)
  • Administrative and support and waste management services (6%)
  • Professional, scientific, and technical services (5%)


  • The Paducah Recreation Center is located at 1527 Martin Luther King Jr., Drive in the historic Fountain Avenue Neighborhood. The facility includes a gymnasium, stage, kitchen, conference room, and classrooms.
  • The City of Paducah opened an 18-hole disc golf course at Stuart Nelson Park in March 2007. The Greenway Trail bisects the course. Disc golf is played like ball golf; however, flying discs and large baskets are used. 
  • The skatepark is a concrete park located on the west side of Noble Park behind the ball fields and next to the entrance to the Greenway Trail.
  • The Clyde F. Boyles Greenway Trail extends 4.5 miles with additional phases planned. The trail is open to non-motorized traffic from dawn to dusk.

Arts & Culture:

  • Yeiser Art Center - Host of the international Fantastic Fibers and Paducah Photo juried exhibits. Yeiser's rotating exhibitions spotlight a diverse range of art forms, styles and techniques through works by regional and international artists. The gallery store offers Kentucky crafted goods and original art as well as craft media.
  • Paducah Film Society's Maiden Alley Cinema (MAC) is a cinematic art house featuring regular weekly screenings of foreign and independent films. 
  • Market House Theatre - Nationally recognized, award winning community theatre has produced musicals, dramas and comedies for five decades. In addition to the Main Stage Series, the theatre's popular programming includes a Youth/Family Series, fall ghost tours and murder mystery dinners.
  • Under the direction of Maestro Raffaele Ponti, the orchestra-in-residence at the Carson Center makes classical music come alive through an annual series of dynamic concerts.

Sports for the Spectator:

  • Community members are welcome to go to West Kentucky Community and Technical College to watch their basketball team compete. 

Sports for the Participant:

  • Paducah Parks Services will be offering a Fall Youth Tee Ball League for youth ages 5 to 9. 5-6 year olds will play tee ball and 7-9 year olds will start with tee ball and transition to coach pitch based on each player's ability. Our focus for this league will be to teach kids the fundamentals of the game including throwing, baserunning, fielding, and hitting.
  • The Paducah Recreation Center currently offers Open Gym Basketball on Mondays from 6:30-8:00pm and Wednesday nights from 6:30-10:00pm every week.
  • The City of Paducah Parks Department offers adult sports leagues for dodgeball, flag football, kickball, soccer, volleyball, softball, and wiffleball.


  • The Farmers' Market has a variety of local, homegrown products-- including fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, and dairy products, artisan and baked goods, and good eats from local lunch vendors. 
  • Kentucky Oaks Mall is an enclosed super-regional shopping mall in Paducah, Kentucky, USA. Managed by Cafaro Company, the mall includes more than 90 inline stores, as well as regional radio station Rock 98.3 WJLI. Its anchor stores comprise JCPenney, Best Buy, Elder-Beerman, a Dillard's store divided into two sub-stores, and Dick's Sporting Goods.

Top Five things to do:

  1. The National Quilt Museum
  2. Floodwall Murals
  3. Purple Toad Winery
  4. Paducah Riverwalk
  5. Whitehaven Welcome Center