Surgical Neurophysiologist Job Opening in San Antonio, TX

By joining SpecialtyCare, you become a very important part of the surgical and patient care teams, supporting patient diagnosis in the clinic, spine surgery, neurosurgery, cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, and other procedures. Surgeons and physicians have come to trust our team’s skills, knowledge, and judgment during these complex procedures because we are trustworthy, we demonstrate competency and reassurance, and we provide the highest quality feedback with the highest quality of standards in the industry.

At SpecialtyCare, our commitment to patient care includes our Clinical Quality Indicator Program, which tracks neuromonitoring performance and then uses the data to innovate and identify opportunities for improvement. By being a part of such a large number of procedures under complex conditions and by working with world-class surgeons, our surgical neurophysiologists and monitoring physicians are the most experienced in the industry.

Join SpecialtyCare and start your Neuro Services career in San Antonio today!

San Antonio, Texas is the seventh most populated city in the US, featuring historical and cultural attractions across diverse districts and a thriving metro center. San Antonio has a predominately warm, sunny climate with mild winters, making it easy to get to its shopping and entertainment venues year-round. With a Six Flags, Sea World, river walk, zoo, botanical gardens, historical landmarks, and an NBA stadium (for the much-loved Spurs), San Antonio offers excitement for individuals and families alike. 

If you’re a Surgical Neurophysiologist interested in this IONM job opportunity with SpecialtyCare, here’s what you could expect from living in San Antonio.

History and Food Scene

San Antonio is famously home to The Alamo, where Davy Crockett and James Bowie had their last stand during the Texas Revolution. You can tour this historic location along with the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, a series of outposts that have been standing since the late 1600s and early 1700s. You’ll also want to frequent the King William Historic District, where you can see beautiful 1800s-era architecture, take a walk or bike ride in the surrounding parks, and sample the delicious food at a selection of nearby eateries. 

As one of two US cities designated as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, San Antonio has a robust food scene. You can enjoy a variety of cuisines and cultural experiences at the many exciting restaurants on the famous River Walk and around the city, like Biga on the Banks, NONNA Osteria, Rosario’s Mexican Cafe y Cantina, and Supper. Get your fill of barbeque as well as local dishes like puffy tacos, Texas quail, chilaquiles verde, pan dulce, and Mexican street food. For dessert, be sure to pick up waffles at Belgian Sweets or churros at Honchos House of Churros.

Wildlife and Botanicals

The San Antonio Zoo, Sea World, the Aquarium, and the Botanical Garden are perfect for family outings. Open 365 days a year, the zoo hosts over 9,000 animals and has one of the largest collections of birds in America. There’s a miniature train that allows you to tour the zoo, stopping at kid-friendly attractions along the way. 

Sea World is always a popular destination for those who love the magic of aquatic acrobatics and live performances. But for a self-guided tour of the underwater world, you can visit the San Antonio Aquarium, which is home to thousands of species and interactive learning exhibits. 

The San Antonio Botanical Garden is a spectacular showcase of the variety of plant life that thrives in the city’s warm climate. A wide selection of edible plants are grown and used by the CHEF Program at the Garden. Indoor and outdoor exhibits feature cacti, specialty plants, herbs, tropical plants and alpine plants, making the Garden a beautiful place that you’ll want to return to throughout the year.

Sports and Festivities

If you like sports, you may quickly start frequenting the AT&T Center and become a Spurs fan. You may also enjoy catching the action of the annual Alamo Bowl. For more thrills, you’ll appreciate a close proximity to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and a handful of regular festivals hosted in the city, including Fiesta San Antonio, Luminara, and Fiesta Noche del Rio. San Antonio has a thriving night life and plenty of festivities to choose from!

Work in San Antonio as a Surgical Neurophysiologist

As a Surgical Neurophysiologist, you’ll find a lot to enjoy in San Antonio, especially if you love warm weather, great food, and big city attractions. SpecialtyCare, a premier allied healthcare provider, offers top-tier IONM jobs — and we have an opportunity in San Antonio, TX, for a talented clinician like you. We’re the largest provider of IONM services in the US, and we would love to have you on board. Click here to learn more about the specifications of the job and to apply