Due to a significant increase in volume, a large academic center in the Midwest is recruiting a spine fellowship-trained neurosurgeon. Interests in scoliosis and all other aspects of spine will be well supported. Interests in peripheral nerve is welcome though not required. This position requires a spine fellowship or equivalent experience.
The position is a split opportunity between a community hospital in the area and the main campus. The new hire can expect 60% time spent at the community center and 40% at the main campus.
The community hospital is a 144-bed non-trauma designated center and is part of a 14-hospital health system. The academic center is a level I teaching hospital and part of a large health system serving 4 states. It holds comprehensive stroke designation along with Level IV EMU status.
• Opportunity to participate in resident education and clinical research
• Residents take first call, 5 APPs at main campus, 2 APPs at community hospital
• Call at community center is consultative in nature
• Dedicated Neuro-ICU beds at main campus
• Medtronic & Stealth spine and brain navigation at both hospitals
• Main hospital building new surgery center expected to open in January ‘23
• Block O.R. time available at both hospitals
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