The new neurosurgeon will practice with a neurosurgeon that has been at the hospital since 2015. The neurosurgeon is assisted by a nurse practitioner and plans to hire another.
The neurosurgeon will practice at two level III trauma centers, one with 191 beds, and the other with 203 beds. Call is 1:3 and supplemented with locums. Call is mostly consultative with the neurosurgeon receiving 3-5 calls over a week of nights on call. Neurosurgeons go into the hospital to operate 2-3 times per year for emergencies in the middle of the night.
• Supportive hospital administration
• Great OR Staff and nurses
• Equipment includes a new O-arm, Stealth Navigation
• Plans to build a new office building and add ORs in 2021
• 250 cases in year one, 300-350 cases in year two
• Experienced candidates and new grads are both welcome
This city has a metro population of more than 200,000 and is an hour from a metropolitan city with major leagues sports teams. It is the home to a large University. The neighboring town is a historian’s dream with beautiful turn-of-the-century architecture. Downtown offers ample opportunity for antique and eclectic shopping, handmade candies, quaint coffee shops and the state’s oldest drive-in restaurant. A sophisticated art scene with galleries and public art can be found, as well as a local symphony. Take in a tasting at a winery and breweries. Annual festivals can be enjoyed throughout the year. Visit the many parks and the zoo. Golf enthusiasts can choose from eight courses. Families can live in a beautiful neighborhood 5 minutes from the hospital or live on ample land 20 minutes away. In addition to being a college town, there are great schools for K-12th grades. Whether it is education, industry, a sports event or just an adventure you are looking for, this city offers them all.