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Interventional Neuro Associates
New York City, New York
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Oct 27, 2021

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Seeking Neurologist: Interventional Neuro Associates is a fast-growing physician owned multidisciplinary private practice group located in New York New Jersey region. We are changing the way stroke and endovascular care is delivered by providing academic level care to patients at the hospital they present to.

We are searching for a highly motivated, passionate, and forward-thinking Neurologist with previous experience in stroke and tele-stroke management coverage. The ideal candidate will have recently completed general neurology residency at a program and have some experience making telehealth and in person clinical decisions.

- Telehealth, Telemedicine, EHR, and AI Technology

-Covers Credentialing, Licensure, DEA, Malpractice

-Full time Salary Based Employee

-Supervising Midlevel

Located in the New Jersey/New York region, our practice is in one of the biggest hubs in the world. The region’s endless access to cultural landmarks, museums, theatre, retail, food, academic and professional opportunities, as well as a plethora of quality school districts and a variety of homes and apartments to choose from is hard to beat. 

Over the last eight years we have had tremendous growth expanding to include 8 neurologist and 1 radiologists, including nursing APP and multiple hospitals, performing over 1000 procedures and seeing. We continue to expand and are searching for a physicians eager to be a part of our team. The opportunity offers highly competitive compensation, a robust benefits package, and academic opportunities. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Applicants should submit a CV and Cover letter to:

Dr. Jeffery Farkas


Interventional Neuro Associates

The expert physicians at Interventional Neuro Associates are not only uniquely qualified in their highly respected fields and all aspects of neurology and neurosurgery- they are caring, compassionate, and well-educated. They optimize care for every situation and each patient. The expert doctors look at each patient's individual situation with care, in order to provide a swift emergency response and optimal recovery time.

Each with their own specialization, Dr. Jeffrey Farkas, Dr. Karthikeyan Arcot, Dr. Jeremy Liff, Dr. David Turkel-Parrella, Dr. Ambooj Tiwari, Dr. Miguel Litao, Dr. Ketevan Berkashvili, and Dr. Clara D. Boyd work together to provide the best possible high-tech, personalized care to those who have serious neurological vascular conditions. Conditions such as strokes, brain aneurysms, hemorrhages, spinal vascular lesions, and spinal compression fractures, among several others.

Interventional Neuro Associates stays up-to-date with the newest technology and training to ensure that patients receive the best care possible when it comes to endovascular neurology. They use 3D X-ray imaging technology to ensure that procedures are optimal for better long term outcomes. The practice also doubles as a comprehensive stroke center, so that the doctors can guide patients through diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. They offer groundbreaking treatments that yield positive results for many of their stroke patients. Dr. Farkas is associated with St. Joseph hospital, St. Barnabas Hospital, Holy Name Hospital. Dr. Farkas along with the other expert doctors at Interventional Neuro Associates all are affiliated with NYU Langone Hospital-Brooklyn, Hackensack University Medical Center, and St. Francis Hospital, NYU Langone Hospital Long Island, Mercy Medical Center, Mount Sinai South Nassau, Brookdale University Medical Center, Brooklyn Hospital, Carepoint, Health Christ Hospital, Hoboken University Medical Center, Bayonne Medical Center, and Richmond University Medical Center.

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43 Westminster Avenue
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