Stroke Neurologist--Division Chief

Location
Boston, Massachusetts
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
Aug 27, 2020
Closes
Sep 26, 2020
Category
Vascular/Stroke
Hours
Full Time

Boston Medical Center (BMC) and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) are seeking an experienced board-certified Neurologist with specialization in Stroke and Vascular Neurology for the position of Division Chief.

BU has a long tradition of excellence in neurology and neuroscience, particularly in the field of Vascular Neurology. Our faculty has very close ties with the Framingham Heart Study, with over 70 years and 3 generations of epidemiological data that has led to innumerable important pubulications in the field of Stroke. We also have many active clinical research studies, including in the acute/thrombecomty setting, the ICU setting and the inpatient and outpatient settings. We boast a strong neurointerventional service, led by a vascular neurologist, but also comprised of a neurosurgeon and interventional radiologist. We are a Comprehensive Stroke Center with a very busy and interesting volume, and strong relationships with nearby referring hospitals. It is an exciting time to be at BUSM, as our staff and resources are expanding rapidly, and with a supportive hospital administration to grow our population of patients in need of cerebrovascular care.

The Stroke Division is strongly integrated with the other divisions in the Department of Neurology at BMC, including Neuro-infectious Disease, Neurocritical Care, Epilepsy, Pain and General Neurology. BMC has also achieved and maintained Comprehensive Stroke Center certification from the Joint Commission in 2018. 

The position offers an opportunity for program leadership and development. Salary structure and compensation plan is competitive for academic Stroke positions in the Northeast.

Boston Medical Center proudly serves a diverse population in Boston, and boasts a world-class academic medical center in Boston University School of Medicine, with a commitment caring for all patients, including the underserved.

Boston is an exciting place to live with everything a major world city can offer.  The “smallest big city” in the US, enjoy watching the Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and Red Sox, then hop a flight to Paris at Logan International Airport, just 10 minutes from downtown. Boston is also the nation’s healthcare hub and offers dramatic opportunity for innovation and academic advancement in the healthcare industry. Bostonians enjoy surrounding parks, beaches and forest preserves by day, and local breweries, eclectic restaurants, historic theaters and world class music and arts by night, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Boston Ballet. With the most Colleges and Universities in the country, Boston feels young, cutting edge, and highly academic.