Neurosurgeon to Join 1 in Neuromodulation Practice
Neurosurgery Neuromodulation practice seeks a 2nd physician to join an internationally recognized expert in neurostimulation therapy for chronic pain. Join this surgeon who has implanted over 8,000 neurostimulation devices. Spinal cord and nerve stimulation treat common conditions including headaches, facial pain, lower back pain, pelvic pain and peripheral neuropathies. This hospital-employed practice is adjacent to campus at Presbyterian/St. Luke's MedicalCenter in midtown Denver. The ideal candidate will have training/experience implanting neurostimulators. Functional neurosurgery training/DBS experience is a plus. The candidate will also be expected to dedicate a portion of his/her practice to general neurosurgery. Candidates must be Neurosurgery residency trained in the US or an ACGME accredited Canadian residency. ABNS Board Certification or Board Eligible status strongly preferred.
The ideal candidate is a BE/BC recently trained or BC mid-career neurosurgeon surgeon seeking professional challenge in the OR and office.
* Competitive compensation package with base + productivity component
* PTO, CME expenses and CME days
* Robust Benefit package with 401K and matching, discounted stock purchase
* Paid interview, relocation expenses
Please respond with CV and cover message to hospital's in-house recruiter.
Located in the heart of Denver, Colorado, Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center (P/SL) is a tertiary care center licensed for 687 beds. P/SL is rated a Top 100 U.S. Hospital by Solucient, the nation's leading source of healthcare business information and clinical and financial analysis.
Founded in 1881, P/SL serves a seven-state region, including Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. With more than 80 specialties and staffed by nearly 1,600 employees and over 1,000 affiliated medical staff P/SL is a leader in caring for high-acuity fetal, neonatal, pediatric and adult patients.
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children offers children and their families all the advantages of a large specialty medical center, while providing all the specialized services of a children's hospital.
P/SL also provides Colorado's largest Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (84 beds) board certified neonatologists and pediatric intensivists on campus 24/7, and its team handles more high-risk and high acuity fetal, neonatal and pediatric patients than any hospital in the Rocky Mountain west.
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