Neurologist specializing in epilepsy
Norton Neurology Services, a part of Norton Neuroscience Institute, is composed of 19 neurologists, including three epileptologists, and nine advanced practice providers. Due to continued growth, Norton Neurology Services is seeking to add additional epileptologists. Our multidisciplinary team consists of some of the nation’s most highly trained clinicians working at our level IV comprehensive epilepsy center.
We provide individualized therapy directed by a multidisciplinary team of physicians with subspecialty fellowship training in epilepsy neurology, epilepsy neurosurgery and epilepsy neuropsychology. Asix-bed, state-of-the-art epilepsy monitoring unit at Norton Brownsboro Hospital is staffed 24/7 byelectroencephalogram (EEG) technicians.
About the position
- Practice currently is staffed with a practice director,practice manager and 19 neurologists who specialize in stroke, headache, epilepsy, movement disorders, neuromuscular, concussion and sleep disorders
- Large referring network of more than 750 employed providers and specialists, including over 200 primary care physicians
- Access to neurosurgeons fellowship trained in epilepsy surgery and functional neurosurgery as well as a fellowship-trained neuropsychologist
- Four Louisville locations, all equipped with Epic, an electronic medical records system
- Opportunity to provide general outpatient and inpatientneurology services
- Ability to provide on-call stroke coverage, which includes additional call compensation
- Participation in annual epilepsy continuing medical education symposium
- Research opportunities and support available through the Norton Healthcare Office of Research Administration
Message from Dr. Gabriel Martz, Epilepsy Director:
Norton Neurology Services is a friendly, collaborative group that offers world class care for our patients, including our highly regarded epilepsy monitoring unit, extensive social and community support for our patients, and a full range of surgical treatment options including intracranial electrodes, stereo EEG, and NeuroPace. In addition to excellent clinical care, we offer excellent support for conducting both investigator driven and sponsored clinical research through the Norton Health Office of Research Administration and through relationships with the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville. We have monthly case conferences on challenging EEGs and our refractory epilepsy patients. Our “privademics” model offers the best of both worlds!