Maimonides SUNY Downstate Stroke Neurologist Attending

Maimonides Medical Center/SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University
Brooklyn, New York
250K annually with outpatient productivity incentives
Closing date
Jul 2, 2022

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The Jaffe Comprehensive Stroke Center at Maimonides Medical Center (MMC) and SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University Department of Neurology in Brooklyn, NY is currently recruiting for a fellowship-trained Board-certified full-time Vascular/Stroke Neurologist attending to join a collaborative multidisciplinary stroke team covering 10-12 days/month stroke inpatient service (with 24/7 strong neurology residents and Advanced Practitioners, NP/PA team support) and additional 6 days/month of outpatient stroke clinic. Very competitive annual salary of $250K plus outpatient collection incentives and fringe benefits. Permanent position immediately available with clinical teaching requirement and plenty of clinical and translational research opportunities. Academic appointment available if interested. NYS license required.

Interested parties please send CV and contact Dr. Q. Tony Wang, Director of MMC CSC and Vice Chair of Neurology at SUNY Downstate at 718-283-7670 (o) 718-635-7273 (f) email:

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