The Mount Sinai Department of Neurology is seeking enthusiastic applicants for an exciting opportunity spanning our Epilepsy and General Neurology Divisions.
This full-time faculty position based at Mount Sinai Morningside Hospital in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Manhattan will involve a combination of caring for patients with seizures and epilepsy in the Neurology Faculty Practice, providing physician leadership and clinical care in the General Neurology clinic, interpreting inpatient EEGs, as well as inpatient General Neurology consult service weeks and call. Our New York City based health system and Neurology Department facilitates high quality care for patients with a broad range of complex neurological diseases and neurological manifestations of systemic illness. Our Epilepsy division leads two Epilepsy Monitoring Units and a robust surgical epilepsy program. This position offers a number of potential opportunities including collaboration with superb neurological and neurosurgical subspecialists, participation in and contribution to a robust QA/PI program, and engagement in education of trainees. Partnership with APPs in the hospital clinic and inpatient service is central to the position, and support with a dedicated APP partner in the Mount Sinai Morningside Faculty Practice is also planned over time, contingent upon patient panel growth. This position offers a meaningful opportunity to provide care for patients from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds.
The successful candidate for this position will be appointed as an Assistant Professor (or higher commensurate with experience) in the Department of Neurology in the renowned Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Mount Sinai’s Department of Neurology is strongly committed to caring for the whole patient and places special emphasis on providing patient-centered care, embracing the mission of the Icahn School of Medicine by pursuing an integrative approach to patient care, research, and education. The chosen candidate must have excellent clinical skills, epilepsy or clinical neurophysiology (EEG track) fellowship training, as well as an interest in general neurology patient care. The successful candidate should strive to establish a track record of excellence in clinical care and foster a high level of teamwork with colleagues within our department, as well as across sites and services. The successful candidate has the opportunity to teach medicine and psychiatry trainees on inpatient rotations, as well as medical students from ISMMS during their Neurology clerkship rotation.
Medical Degree from an Accredited University New York Medical License/Active NYS DEA Board Eligible or Board Certified in Neurology and in Epilepsy/Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG) Epilepsy or Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG track) fellowship training Commitment to Mount Sinai and the communities we serve Excellent communication, bedside manner, and organizational skills A strong work ethic and desire to participate in a team-oriented, performance-driven Health System Ability to respectfully collaborate and build relationships with a diverse set of teammates, including colleagues, trainees, administrators and APPs Ability to thrive in a constantly evolving environment, challenging the status quo and striving to innovate and improve care delivery Compensation range from $210K to $300K (not including bonuses / incentive compensation or benefits) Salary Disclosure Information: Mount Sinai Health System provides a salary range to comply with the New York City law on Salary Transparency in Job Advertisements. Actual salaries depend on a variety of factors, including experience, specialties, historical productivity, historical collections, and hospital/community need. As such, an actual salary may fall closer to one or the other end of the range, and in certain circumstances, may wind up being outside of the listed salary range. The salary range listed is for full-time employment and does not include bonuses / incentive compensation or benefits.
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