The Department of Neurology at Boston Medical Center (BMC) and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) are seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible colleague with Pain Medicine specialization. We are seeking a physician with primary training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) or Neurology. Non-ACGME and ACGME Pain fellowship trained doctors are welcome to apply, as well as those with Sports Medicine fellowship training.
About the Position
- Candidates must hold an M.D. or D.O. degree. Fellowship training (ACGME or non-ACGME Pain fellowship) PMR or Neurology board certified or board eligible All levels of experience considered Demonstrated commitment to encouraging and respecting diverse perspectives and opinions
- Neuromuscular procedures beyond spine injections Broad experience with various pain populations
Candidates will be considered for multiple positions. Ideal candidates can have a focus in outpatient clinic, fluoroscopy procedures, education or research, as Boston medical center is expanding its multidisciplinary outpatient and inpatient pain service, as well as pursuing an ACGME-accredited fellowship program.
Salary structure and compensation plan is competitive for academic Pain medicine. The position offers an opportunity for program leadership and development.
We particularly seek applicants with a strong commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, including women and people from diverse backgrounds, including of race and ethnicity.
About the Pain, Headache, and Interventional Pain Division
The Pain, Headache, and Interventional Pain Program at Boston Medical Center provides consultation for inpatients and outpatients as well as a full range of therapeutic options. For nearly ten years, our group has been at the forefront of pain management. We are proud to be one of the few multidisciplinary pain management groups in an academic Neurology department. Our headache specialists are experts in both oral and injectable pharmacological interventions including anti-GCRP therapies and botulinum injections. Our specialists also work closely with inpatient neurology in cases of refractory headaches necessitating admission for intravenous medications. For somatic and body pain, our specialists provider the most up-to-date care via medications, interventional procedures, physical therapy regimens, and implantable devices. They also work closely with orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery specialists to provider multidisciplinary care.
Our specialists approach most cases initially with conservative treatments to effectively reduce your pain and improve our patients’ quality of life and function. If conservative measures are insufficient, our specialists offer the full spectrum of minimally invasive procedure-based treatments ranging from basic injections to state-of-the-art implantable therapies. They also work closely with orthopedic and neurosurgery specialists to discuss surgical interventions if needed.
The Pain division offers the following areas of expertise:
- Headache and migraine Back pain Failed back surgery pain Neck pain Cancer pain Peripheral neuropathy Arthritis pain Myofascial pain syndromes Post herpetic neuralgia Radiculopathies Neuralgias Neuropathies Complex regional pain syndrome, CRPS (formally: Reflex sympathetic dystrophy pain, RSD) Abdominal pain Chest wall pain
About Boston Medical Center
Boston Medical Center is a non-profit 514-bed academic medical center in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the largest safety-net hospital and Level I trauma center in New England. Boston Medical Center proudly serves a diverse population in Boston and boasts a world-class academic medical center, centered around Boston University School of Medicine, with a commitment to caring for all patients, including the underserved. BMC is an award winning hospital with several recognitions including
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Applicants should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae addressed to:
David Greer, MD
Chair and Professor, Department of Neurology
Boston Medical School
Boston University School of Medicine
c/o: David Greer