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Neurocritical Care and Outpatient Opportunities in Upstate New York

New York State
Call for Details (216-906-8188)
Closing date
Oct 4, 2024

A large healthcare system in Upstate NY is recruiting for an additional neurointensivist and outpatient neurologists to join its division.

Neurocritical Care Practice Highlights:

  • 7 on - 7 off schedule, 24/7 coverage during on week
  • Medical/ Surgical/ Neuro ICU with 14 beds, flexed to meet each service's needs. Separate 16-bed cardio-vascular ICU
  • Bi-planar angio, Camino ICP monitoring equipment, CSF drainage equipment, Cadwell vEEG monitoring
  • Avg. daily patient census is 8-10
  • Closed NeuroICU service
  • Close collaboration with neurosurgery
  • Faculty appointment
  • Use of Epic EMR
  • Level II Trauma Center and pending Comprehensive Stroke Center
  • APC support
  • Competitive compensation package with student loan forgiveness option
  • H1-b sponsorship available

Outpatient Position Highlights:

  • EEG, EMG and IOM capabilities
  • High referral numbers
  • Sleep lab available for sleep subspecialist
  • Step into immediate volume for movement disorders
  • J1 and H1b visa assistance

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