An academic medical center in the northeast is seeking a neurocritical care fellowship trained neurosurgeon to join its growing program. The successful candidate will work closely with the Chairman of Neurosurgery as well as other faculty members. Basic science, clinical and translational research are all very well-supported and collaborative opportunities are available. The position includes cranial and spine trauma, elective spine cases and the ability to work in the Neuro-ICU.
This is a terrific opportunity to walk into a very busy practice that continues to grow through strategic affiliations with regional healthcare systems. The hallmarks of the neurosurgery program are the collaborative relationships among faculty members and the coordination of neurosurgical services throughout the community. Candidates will find a tremendous level of cooperation and support by neurosurgical colleagues, and a lack of competition from local neurosurgeons.
The University ranks in the top 25% in research funding, with more than $145 million in federal research funding. The University was one of the first 12 to receive a $40 million Clinical Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health. The hospital boasts programs that consistently rank among "America's Best Hospitals," according to U.S. News & World Report. Patients benefit from the Medical Center’s robust teaching and biomedical research programs.
• New $5.5M 5,500 square foot dedicated Neuro-ICU with 12 beds staffed by neurointensivists, neurologists and a number of other specialties;
• Block OR time available;
• Research collaborations as well as protected time for research available;
• Neurosurgery Resident teaching;
• Competitive compensation package and strong demonstrated bonus potential;
• Very reasonable malpractice climate;
• Highly collegial group dedicated to team success;
• Well-established patient draw area, supported by numerous regional clinics
The city has the sophistication of a larger metro area, without the congestion or complications of a big city. Named "Best Small City" in America by Money Magazine, the community combines a cosmopolitan atmosphere with Midwestern hospitality. It offers a terrific culinary scene includes wide-ranging, diverse ethnic flavors and many traditions in American fare. The city’s very talented chefs take advantage of the region's fresh produce. The city also offers fantastic shopping, historic settings, theaters, museums and a wide array of recreational opportunities.
|Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care|