A large health system in the Midwest is recruiting two neurosurgeons due to expansion and to replace a neurosurgeon that left. There is a lot of opportunity for general, spine-focused, and cranial-focused neurosurgeons. Join two busy and hard-working neurosurgeons at a very supportive hospital. Walk into existing volume as neurosurgeons are currently doing about 15,000 wRVUs/year including one neurosurgeon see 95% spine and 5% cranial and the other neurosurgeon seeing 75% spine and 25% cranial. Cranial-focused neurosurgeons can start with 25% cranial volume with room to grow cranial practice as complex cranial cases are currently leaving the area. New grads and experienced neurosurgeons are welcome to apply.
This 330 bed hospital is a Level I Trauma Center with a dedicated Neuro ICU and floor. There are two dedicated neurosurgical operation rooms with state-of-the-art equipment. Trauma call is currently being handles by locums but will be 1:6 eventually, with separate call pay.
• Health system is financially sound
• Hospital is consistently ranked among America’s top 100 hospitals
• Equipment includes 3 new Pentero microscopes, 2 with IR capability, O Arm 1 and O Arm 2 with Stealth s7 and 8 stations, 2 Medtronic power pedicle screw drivers, 2 full sets of pneumatic Kerisons
• Block OR time
• Positive and collegial work atmosphere
This Midwest city has a metro population of over 278,000. It is nestled alongside a lake and is known for its breathtaking shoreline, tranquil forests, and rich cultural backgrounds. Attractions include a wide selection of museums and theaters, restaurants, a robust historical district, and a full casino. Their year-round recreation scene includes sailing, golf, and skiing. This city is the perfect combination of relaxation and entertainment and truly has something for everyone.