This Regional Medical Center, with an established Comprehensive Stroke program, seeks to add another Neurointerventionalist to their growing neurosciences team to cover two facilities in Northern Florida. The current team consists of an experienced neurointerventionalist, neurosurgeon, nurse practitioners / physician assistants as well as strong support services from the hospital with Emergency Department clinicians and support staff. They offer the community cutting-edge treatment of patients with aneurysms, brain cancer and other disorders.
The incoming physician would manage vascular, critical care and neurointerventional procedures. No general neurology. 50% critical care required. Must have completed a critical care fellowship or have extensive critical care experience. Manage 20 days of coverage per month.
This is an employed opportunity with a competitive compensation package including benefits and malpractice coverage.
The Medical Center is a 445-bed, full-service medical and surgical acute care center serving 14 counties and offering comprehensive cardiovascular care, oncology, orthopedics, neurosciences, minimally-invasive laparoscopic and robotic surgery, weight loss surgery and treatment, women’s health and wound therapy, among other services. There are more than 425 physicians on staff in 40 different specialties.
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