A growing health system in a very large city in the south is currently recruiting an experienced BC/BE Endovascular Neurosurgeon. This is an excellent opportunity to build a vascular program and grow the neurosciences service line with the vision to become the highest quality and largest program in the state. Candidates should be dual trained in endovascular and cerebrovascular.
The service line includes neurosurgery, neuro hospitalist and neuro intensivist services with a dedicated stroke/neuro unit and thriving spine and brain tumor programs. A dedicated neuro-ICU unit, contiguous to the neuro unit, will be developed in tandem with the cerebrovascular program. The system encompasses six Primary Stroke Centers and one thrombectomy capable center.
This opportunity will allow the right candidate to develop and foster the growth of the program and the ability to access state of the art technology. The system cares for over 2,000 medical stroke admissions in the Metro area and over 3,000 across the entire system. The candidate will be welcomed by the existing team of neurosurgeons and other neuro specialists. Ideal candidates will possess the following:
• An experienced surgeon preferably with program development background
• Fellowship Trained – Endovascular Neurosurgery
Comprised of 11 hospitals, more than 700 employed physicians, and over 250 physician and specialist offices across the area, this is a fast-growing, recognized leader in delivering high quality care with a clinically integrated network of over 2000 physicians. They are at the forefront in tertiary and quaternary care throughout the Southeast region. The city's vibrant economy fuels a wealth of global communities and diverse cultural experiences, while the state offers coastline beaches and mountain views.
• Highly Competitive Salary and wRVU-based incentives
• Sign on bonus and loan repayment
• Relocation assistance
• Comprehensive Benefits
• 401K with employer contribution
• Epic EMR
• Quality, Service, and Reputation
Access to large metropolitan area
No or low trauma call
Well organized and managed practice