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Nurse Practitioner/Physicians Assistant Facility: OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
Peoria IL, 61637
Department: IL Neurological Institute (INI) Schedule: full-time Shift: Hours: M-F, 8a-4p Hours Per Pay Period: Referral Bonus: Job Details:
· Movement disorders is a subspecialized section of neurology under the direction of a fellowship trained movement disorders neurologist.
· This neurology group practice includes 19 neurologists, eight advanced practice nurses, and two physician assistants. Most faculty are fellowship trained. Subspecialties include multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular, neuro-ophthalmology, neuro-rehabilitation, epilepsy, stroke, headache/pain, and sleep.
The movement disorders team provides evaluation, management, treatment and support of neurodegenerative disease for patients and their families. Parkinson’s, atypical parkinsonian syndromes, Huntington’s, ataxia, dystonia and tremor are common diagnoses seen. Opportunity also exists to assist in the evaluation and programming of deep brain stimulators.
· Work in collaboration with the medical director and other neurologists to manage and treat movement disorders and other related neurological disorders.
· Perform pertinent history and physical examinations on new patients and carry out follow up visits with established patients. Teach patients and their significant others regarding signs and symptoms of movement disorders and risk factors. Monitor data and alter care plan accordingly. Assist in research studies.
· Schedule is Monday-Friday, no weekends, nights, or holidays. See outpatient clinic patients during each weekday from approximately 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Some inpatient consults.
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