Vascular/ Critical Care Opportunity located in Lexington, KY

Physician: Neurology: Vascular
Market: Metropolitan 2 (250,001 to 1M)
Job ID:8786
Verified Date:07/06/2020
Loan Repayment:No Response
Sign on Bonus:No Response
Practice Type: Employed
Accept J1 Visa:No
Accept H1b Visa:No
Permanent: Full time Neurology: Vascular

What you need to know:

Practice Details

  • Seeking to add two neurologists to help lead our growing multidisciplinary team.
  • Joint Commission certified comprehensive stroke center located in the Heart of the Bluegrass, in Lexington, Kentucky.
  • Join an established group including 3 neuroendovascular surgeons in this position and help lead the next level of regional stroke network development, along with the existing core of neurology.
  • The ideal candidate is BC/BE with fellowship training in vascular and/or critical care neurology with exposure to endovascular surgery and a research and/or telehealth interest. Interested candidates would have the opportunity to receive training in specialized procedures in a collegial environment.
  • The position is primarily hospital-based, with a part-time shared clinic.
  • PA and/or APRN call coverage is provided on a rotational basis.

Compensation Details

  • Competitive salary with quality and productivity incentives
  • Competitive benefit options (retirement, health, life and long-term disability insurance, Malpractice, CME)
  • Moving relocation reimbursement
  • Student loan assistance

Community Details

  • This community of 308,000+ is known as the "Horse Capital of the World". 
  • Home to the University of Kentucy
  • Home to such attractions as the 1,200-acre Kentucky Horse Park, Keeneland Thoroughbred Racing track, the Festival of the Bluegrass and Rupp Arena.

Recruiter Insights

The Community.  This community is the Horse Capital of the World and provides you with the amenities of a small metropolitan area.  Lexington is the home of the University of Kentucky (UK), which enrolls more than 24,000 students.  

More Money And Low Cost Of Living. Enjoy A Starting Salary Of Up To $60,000 More Than large metropolitan areas like Chicago, Denver and Boston, 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.  With A Mean Home Price Of $225,579, This 5-Bedroom, 3-Bath, 3,093 Sq Ft Home located in an amazing Tuscany neighborhood home awaits you as you enter the 2-story foyer to the eye popping great room with stunning coffer ceiling & fireplace. can be yours for $459,900.  

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. 

About Employer.  This Employer Is Committed To Its Doctors And The Entire Employee Staff And Enjoys Long Term Retention Of Its Key Physician Personnel Due To Exceptional Compensation And Quality Of Life Provided By The Community.   

Community Profile What is nice to know.

Closest International Airports:

  • 86 miles: Louisville, KY (SDF / KSDF) Louisville International Airport
  • 87 miles: Hebron, KY (CVG / KCVG) Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
  • 155 miles: Dayton, OH (DAY / KDAY) James M. Cox Dayton International Airport
  • 205 miles: Columbus, OH (CMH / KCMH) Port Columbus International Airport

 

Closest Major City:

  • 4 miles to Lexington-Fayette, KY
  • 72 miles to Louisville, KY
  • 81 miles to Cincinnati, OH
  • 153 miles to Indianapolis, IN

 

Closest Domestic Airport:

  • 11 miles: Lexington, KY (LEX / KLEX) Blue Grass Airport
  • 86 miles: Louisville, KY (SDF / KSDF) Louisville International Airport
  • 87 miles: Hebron, KY (CVG / KCVG) Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
  • 97 miles: Cincinnati, OH (LUK / KLUK) Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport

Cost of Living:

  • State Cost of Living Index - 94.6
  • City Cost of Living Index - 90.0
  • Mean Housing Cost - $225,579

Colleges and Universities:

  • There are 14 colleges within 50 miles of Lexington-Fayette urban county.
  • Lexington is the home of the University of Kentucky (UK), which enrolls more than 24,000 students and was established in 1865. UK is home to 16 major colleges including schools of medicine, law, engineering, arts and sciences, and business. 
  • Lexington Community College is located on the campus of the University of Kentucky.
  • Transylvania University is a small four-year institution affiliated with the Christian Church; it was established in 1780. 
  • Within a 40-mile radius are Eastern Kentucky University and seven other colleges: Asbury, Berea, Centre, Georgetown, Kentucky State, Midway, and Southeastern Christian Junior. Together they award undergraduate and advanced degrees in a full range of fields, including medicine, law, engineering, economics, architecture, and library science.

 

Demographics:

  • White 76.03%
  • African American 14.42%
  • Asian 3.50%
  • American Indiana 0.32%
  • Native Hawaiian 0.04%
  • Mixed race 2.8%
  • Other race 2.89%

Taxes:

  • State Income Tax Rate - 5%
  • State Sales Tax Rate - 6%
  • City Sales Tax Rate - 6%
  • County Tax Rate - 0%
  • Property Tax Rate - .89%

Major Industry:

  • Manufacturing (13%)
  • Retail trade (11%)
  • Accommodation and food services (10%)
  • Educational services (9%)
  • Construction (8%)
  • Health care and social assistance (8%)
  • Professional, scientific, and technical services (8%)

Recreation:

  • A rejuvenated downtown features Triangle Park, a 1.5-million-acre oasis of pear trees and cascading waterways; Gratz Park historic area; Victorian Square, an entire city block of restored turn-ofthe-century buildings transformed into fine shops; and Dudley Square, a renovated 1800s schoolhouse with a craft center and restaurant.
  • One of Lexington's best-known attractions is Kentucky Horse Park, a 1,200-acre tribute to the animal that makes the area famous. 
  • The Lexington History Museum (free admission), Lexington's newest attraction, is housed in the beautiful old Fayette County Courthouse (circa 1900). Inaugural exhibits include a timeline of the area's history, a photographic study of Lexington's African American community and a special display of the IBM Selectric Typewriter, once produced locally.
  • Perryville Battlefield in nearby Perryville, Kentucky is the site of Kentucky's bloodiest, and most important, Civil War battle. 
  • Henry Clay's twenty-room mansion, Ashland, is furnished with Clay family heirlooms and set on 20 acres of woodland and formal gardens.

Arts & Culture:

  • Lexington was an acknowledged center for art and culture as early as the mid-1800s, earning the nickname ""Athens of the West."" The commitment to culture continues today. 
  • The Lexington Arts and Cultural Council (LACC) was formed in 1989 through a merger of two former arts organizations. The LACC operates two facilities in downtown Lexington, ArtsPlace and the Downtown Arts Center, providing high quality performance space, galleries, rehearsal space and office space for nonprofit arts organizations. At these locations, the LACC organizes visual art exhibitions and performances showcasing the region's creative talent.
  • The Council is located downtown in a renovated 1904 Beaux-Arts Classical building called ArtsPlace that originally housed the Lexington YMCA. ArtsPlace is a working center for individual and group activities in the visual and performing arts and features the juried work of Kentucky artists in its gallery, as well as free performances that range from classical music to jazz and from ballet to modern dance. The four-story building contains studios, a rehearsal and performance hall, and offices for numerous cultural groups; it is adjacent to the Lexington Opera House, where many of its organizations stage their presentations. The seasons of Lexington's performing arts groups generally run September through May; in summer, Shakespeare in the Park presents free outdoor performances.
  • The Headley-Whitney Museum contains the unique artifacts and reflects the interests of Lexington artist George Headley. 

 

Sports for the Spectator:

  • In 2001, minor-league baseball returned to Lexington for the first time in 50 years when the Lexington Legends began play at state-of-the-art Applebee's Park. The $13.5 million ballpark seats 6,000 and features more than 20 luxury suites as well as two lawn areas where fans can picnic as they watch the game. 
  • The Lexington Horsemen play at UK's Rupp Arena and were 2004 champions of the United Indoor Football league. 
  • The University of Kentucky (UK) competes in a wide variety of Division I collegiate sports. The Wildcats basketball team plays at Rupp Arena and has won more NCAA championships than any program in history. The UK football team also plays in the top-tier Southeastern Conference; games are played at Commonwealth Stadium. Memorial Coliseum is the site of the University of Kentucky Lady Cats games and the Transylvania Pioneers play at McAlister Auditorium.
  • The Keeneland Race Course is the scene of fine thorough-bred racing during April and October.

Sports for the Participant:

  • The Lexington Area Sports Authority was established in 2002 to promote amateur sports in the area by bringing in, and supporting, quality amateur athletic events, including youth tournaments in a variety of sports and the unique Bluegrass State Games every summer.
  • More than 100 parks comprising four thousand acres serve citizens and visitors with a variety of services, facilities, and programs, including ballfields, summer playground programs, cultural activities, fitness trails, golf courses, swimming pools, and city-wide special events and contests.

Shopping:

  • Lexington has more than a dozen major shopping centers, including modern indoor malls that feature both large department stores and smaller specialty shops.
  • Turfland Mall has department stores and retail shops, and Fayette Mall is the second-largest mall in Kentucky with more than 120 stores.
  • The Shops at Lexington Center is convenient to downtown and the convention center. The city also offers plenty of boutique and specialty shopping areas.
  • Clay Avenue Shops are a collection of stores in a former turn-of-the-century residential neighborhood. Victorian Square and Dudley Square are historic, renovated areas in the downtown with restaurants, fashions and Kentucky/Appalachian handicrafts. Chevy Chase Village is a thriving and eclectic mix of shops near the University.

Top Five things to do:

  1. Keeneland
  2. Kentucky Horse Park
  3. Mary Todd Lincoln House
  4. Alltech's Lexington Brewing & Distillery
  5. The Arboretum