- MD or DO candidates
- Employed position by Texas Health Physicians Group
- Neurological Surgery residency completion required from an accredited ACGME program
- We have three openings for neurosurgeon with this group:
- 1 neurosurgeon with Endovascular fellowship training
- 1 neurosurgeon with skull-based fellowship training
- 1 Spine/General Neurosurgeon.
- Board certified or board eligible candidates only
- Office on the campus of Texas Health Fort Worth
- Compensation and benefits are competitive and attractive
- Hospital is well-equipped with a CyberKnife, a neurointerventional suite, Gamma Knife®, image guided equipment and three neuro-radiology interventionalists on staff. Texas Health Fort Worth is also evaluating the addition of Inter-Operative MRI.
The neurosurgeons do about 1,600 neurosurgery cases at the hospital, excluding back and spine. There is a two-month wait for new patients to be seen. This, along with population growth in surrounding communities of Tarrant County, indicates a great need for additional neurosurgeons in this city.
Texas Health Physicians Group includes over 1,000 physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and medical professionals dedicated to providing safe, quality care for our patients. Through THPG, Texas Health Resources is more than just a network of hospitals – it is now a full health system with the opportunity to provide unparalleled health care coverage to North Texans. Patients benefit from improved safety, better outcomes and increased efficiencies that can happen when all parts of the health care system work in close collaboration.
Physicians employed by Texas Health Physicians Group are not employed by a Texas Health Resources hospital.
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is one of our flagship facilities serving a population of over 2.5 million. Located in the Medical District, Texas Health Fort Worth is a regional referral center for 26 counties, with transfers and referrals from as far away as El Paso, Texas and parts of Oklahoma. It has a census of about 600 patients per day and 27 ORs. This facility is presently a Level II Trauma Center, but is working toward a Level I designation. Texas Health Fort Worth has a robust emergency department with more than 150,000 visits and an active call schedule.
From the City of Fort Worth web site: “Fort Worth – the most typically Texan of all Texas cities – began as a tiny outpost on a lonely frontier. Today, this metropolitan area of nearly 800,000 people blends its cattle and oil heritage seamlessly with an ever-growing, diverse array of new businesses and industry.” Fort Worth is the 16th-largest city in the United States and welcomes over 6 million visitors annually. The unique blend of cowboy and cosmopolitan cultures make the city of Fort Worth a great place to work and play, for families and young professionals alike.
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