Trauma-Focused Neurosurgeon Needed in Large Pacific Northwest City!

A Level I Trauma Center in a large Pacific Northwest city is recruiting a trauma-focused neurosurgeon to the team. The new hire will lead the trauma program working collaboratively with trauma specialists to set up protocols and manage the neurosurgery trauma service.

This is an opportunity to join a cohesive team in a supportive practice environment! The hospital is part of a well run, non-profit health system. The system includes more than 70 primary, specialty and urgent care clinics with nearly 3,000 providers.

Position Highlights:

• Call will be 1:4
• An APP will be provided to assist with call, rounding, with cases, etc.
• Position offers an elective component as well
• Case mix of 60/40 spine and cranial work is anticipated
• 125 cases anticipate in year one with more than 250 expected once established
• Stryker and Stealth cranial navigation currently exist
• Attractive base plus RVU compensation structure

Home to many unique neighborhoods, locally owned businesses, restaurants, public green spaces and cultural attractions, this city is known for having the amenities of a major city with the charm of a small town. An outdoor lover’s dream, here you have the advantage of the area’s proximity to nature with lush parks and gardens, biking, hiking, birding, watersports and so much more! Fantastic schooling options, performing arts, museums, sports and so much more make this city a great place to call home!
Access to large metropolitan areaAccess to large metropolitan area
Mountains nearbyMountains nearby
Near lakes and gorgeous natural areasNear lakes and gorgeous natural areas
Visa support availableVisa support available

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Position #3490-1
Specialty: Neurosurgery
Subspecialty: Trauma
Region: West Region

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