- Niedersachsen, Germany
Resident doctor for neurology, Germany
The position is available in the German state of Niedersachsen, situated in northwestern Germany and is second in area with 47,624 square kilometers and fourth in population with 8 million among the sixteen states of Germany. Niedersachsen borders the North Sea, the states of Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Thüringen, Hessen and Nordrhein-Westfalen and the kingdom of the Netherlands. In fact, Niedersachsen borders more neighbors than any other single federal state. The state of Bremen forms two enclaves within Niedersachsen, one being the city of Bremen, the other, its seaport city Bremerhaven. The most important cities in Niedersachsen are Brunswick, Delmenhorst, Emden, Göttingen, Hanover, Oldenburg, Osnabrück, Salzgitter, Wilhelmshaven and Wolfsburg. The states capital city is Hanover.
The position is available in an acute hospital. The neurology department has over 60 beds which is one of the largest neurological units from northwest Germany. The neurological clinic is excellently equipped and has a stroke unit, Neurological Intensive Care Unit, Palliative Care Unit and a sleep laboratory.
The neurological department has a neurological station, Botulinum toxin clinic, a pain clinic and a Multiple sclerosis consultation.
- The neurological clinic offers treatment: treatment to patients with complex and chronic neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis (MS), post-polio syndrome and insomnia.
- Botulinum toxin clinic is a: specialist outpatient clinic for muscle diseases with a focus on Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and myasthenia gravis.
- Pain clinic: Patients suffering from acute and chronic pain are helped here with the various methods of pain management, the pain and alienation of Relaxations trainings. The Acupoint massage is for example a proven process and is carried out jointly with the Physical Therapy Clinic.
- Multiple sclerosis consultation, dizziness - includes a thorough diagnosis of the respective diseases, an individual treatment and regular monitoring after acute treatment.
The hospital has full training authorization for conducting the residency training in neurology. The form of work required is full time. For the balance between personal and professional life you benefit of 26 days of leave/year.
- Graduate from a Medical School within the European Union + Norway, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Iceland.
- Required German language level: C1
- Capable of handling MS-Office
- Conceptual and analytical thinking and way of working
- Enjoys of personal contact with patients
- Has good team-work and communication skills
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