An academic program in a large metropolitan city in the Midwest is excited to welcome a spine fellowship-trained neurosurgeon, particularly with expertise in deformity MIS and spine oncology, to join its faculty. The neurosurgeon will walk into volume due to the departure of two neurosurgeons. New grads and experienced candidates alike are invited to apply, and there are leadership opportunities for experienced neurosurgeons.
This academic system is composed of a large academic medical center as well as two community hospitals. The nationally ranked medical center is a Level I Trauma Center with a Comprehensive Stroke Center and serves as a tertiary care referral center for the city and the Midwest. It is also a teaching hospital and home to a neurological surgery residency program and fellowship programs. In addition, the hospital has been recognized in Newsweek’s Best Hospitals list and has been named a “Most Wired” hospital by Hospitals & Health Networks magazine for many years.
- Call is 1:4 or 1:5, residents take first call
- 24 OR rooms, 13 neuro-ICU rooms
- Block OR time is available
- Top-notch nurse practitioners
- Leadership opportunities for experienced neurosurgeons
- O-Arm, Medtronic robot, Stealth navigation
- Opportunity to teach and conduct research, protected research time may be available
- Research opportunities are dependent on neurosurgeon’s interests
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