The Department of Neurology in the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University is establishing a formal neurohospitalist program in July 2022. Considered a flagship research institution and destination academic medical center for central Long Island, Stony Brook University is seeking a new Division Director of Neurohospital Medicine to lead this critical and dynamic program.
The Neurohospitalist Division Director will oversee a division consisting of three full-time faculty and multiple advanced practice providers. Division faculty manage a broad range of neurologic and medical conditions with complimentary subspecialty training in other inpatient-oriented subspecialties, such as epilepsy, stroke, neuroimmunology, and critical care. He/she will liaise with the Section Chiefs of Vascular Neurology, Neurocritical Care, Epilepsy, and leadership from the Department of Emergency Medicine to manage and enhance quality standards of the inpatient and consultative service lines.
In addition, Division Chief and faculty will collaborate on initiatives that contribute to the overall mission of the division, department, and institution by improving quality metrics, safety, patient satisfaction, and length of stay. Faculty should also develop and deliver high-quality instruction and clinical oversight to our dedicated team of advanced practice providers and trainees in our fellowship, residency, and clerkship programs. Faculty within this division will have clinical and academic interests that promote the overall mission of this division and the department (e.g., quality measurement/improvement, hospital operations, patient-centered care, or resident/student education).
- Place your professional stamp on this new Neurohospitalist program in a top-ranked Neuroscience institute
- Establish new models of care to include quality metrics, safety, patient satisfaction, and length of stay measures
- Opportunity to create new educational programs specific to the Neurohospital space
- Research platform and system-wide resources can be harnessed to establish collaborative, scientific research with other leaders in the field of neuroscience
- Program is supported by a Level I Trauma Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, adult and pediatric residencies, and three specialized fellowship programs
- Evaluate opportunities to grow the existing teleneurology service provided to affiliate hospitals
- Faculty positions available that offer significant protected time for research and subspecialty development
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To qualify, applicants must be a board-eligible or board-certified neurologist interested in hospital-based patient care and clinical teaching. Candidates with experience or interest in general and stroke neurology are encouraged to apply.
For immediate consideration please inquire with an updated copy of your CV so we can discuss the position by phone. Also, inform me of your best available times to speak. I look forward to your reply and thank you for your review. Please do not delay as we anticipate a significant response.
Please contact David King at email@example.com or at 866-406-0269 and reference HNEU-142053