A growing neuroscience institute in the Mid-Atlantic is interested in hiring a dual trained neurosurgeon to join their growing stroke/vascular program. The Neuroscience Institute offers extensive clinical care programs, research, and education in neurology, and takes a multi-disciplinary approach to spine and cranial disorders. Candidates must be ABNS BE/BC.
The new endovascular neurosurgeon will work collaboratively with 3 endovascular neurologists and assist in growing the vascular/stroke program. This position will be exclusively at the main campus, which boasts two bi-plane angiosuites, a 12-bed Neuro-ICU staffed with 4 neuro-intensivists, and the opportunity to be very busy clinically. The current team is performing over 50 cases/month with opportunity to grow and a number of stroke neurologists to refer cases.
This position offers a very competitive base salary and wRVU-based productivity bonus, benefits and deferred compensation.
The medical center is a 500-bed facility offering acute care services in numerous specialties including neurosciences, rehabilitation, cardiac, pediatrics, general surgery, obstetrics, oncology and many more. It is also home to several residency programs including family practice, rehabilitation, neurology and dentistry and colorectal surgery. The Neuroscience Institute is also affiliated with a local University School of Medicine, which offers a clinical faculty appointment, teaching and collaborative research opportunities.
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