Comprehensive, integrated, physician-led health system in the Northeast seeks a fellowship-trained skull base neurosurgeon to join its expanding academic neuroscience program. The new skull base neurosurgeon can be in practice or a new graduate. They have the opportunity to develop any niche in skull base.
This is an academic position with primary practice focus at a highly-rated, growing, level II, teaching hospital with an opportunity to work with medical students and neurosurgery residents and enjoy tremendous collaborative research potential and benefit from significant volumes. While the new neurosurgeon will need skull base training, they can also supplement with other cranial cases including primary brain tumors and radiosurgery. There is potential to be doing nearly 100% cranial cases in about a year.
*Campus includes a Heart Hospital, Cancer Center, and Family Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Critical Care Building
*Comprehensive capabilities, certified as a primary stroke center with plans to seek comprehensive stroke center designation in Spring 2019
*Level II Trauma Center that is the only trauma center in the county
*Dedicated neurocritical care area in a state-of-the-art Critical Care Building linked with eICU
*ICU recently received a silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN).
*County’s only Neonatal ICU
*Magnet-recognition (only 7 percent of hospitals nationwide have the distinction, based on quality of care)
*Sophisticated stroke care capabilities with a Rapid Response Stroke Team and advanced diagnostic tools
*Region’s Only Dedicated Heart Hospital with an accredited Chest Pain Center and a Level I Heart Attack Program
*Immediate volumes due to the departure of a faculty member
*About 5 tumors cases per week
*Strong support from neurosurgical PAs.
*Opportunity to be core faculty in an ACGME-approved neurosurgical residency program
*State-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical technology, including minimally invasive and computer-guided tools
*Stereotactic radiation surgery
*Flexibility to pursue any additional subspecialty interests and enjoy the support of mentorship in any area of neurosurgery
*Opportunity for significant collaborative research opportunities in the areas of genomics, predictive and precision medicine, outcome and healthcare delivery reengineering. Research is integrated throughout the system with three research centers.
*Offers the best of life in small-town America-good schools, safe neighborhoods with affordable housing and a wealth of cultural activities
*Urban life is easily accessible. City offers easy access to highways and airports and is only an afternoon's drive away from major cities such as New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia or Washington DC
*Wide variety of dining and shopping options
*Quality educational programs; two of the area's three high schools are featured on US News and World Report's Best High Schools list
*Over 5,000 college students are within walking distance to the downtown area
*Major bookstore serving neighboring local universities
*$31 million Movie Theatre, which welcomes 10,000 people per week
*Casino gambling, harness racing track and international raceway is nearby
*Popular local sports teams
*Performing Arts Center and Philharmonic Orchestra
*Skiing and snow boarding at nearby mountain resorts less than 45 minutes away
*Beautiful golf club
*Scenic river trails for bicycle riding, horseback riding, walking and other activities
|Subspecialty: Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base|