Neurology-Epileptologist Wanted at Mineapolis VA
SALARY RANGE: $225,000 to $264,000
The Minneapolis VA Healthcare System is actively recruiting a full-time, board-certified Academic Neurologist with added expertise in epilepsy management. The Minneapolis VA Epilepsy Center of Excellence (ECOE) is a national leader in evaluation, cutting-edge treatment and clinical research involving Veterans with epilepsy, and enjoys rich collaboration with other regional ECOEs at the Madison, Portland and Seattle VA facilities.
The successful candidate is fellowship trained in EEG with experience in epilepsy monitoring and management of epilepsy in the outpatient and inpatient settings and must hold added subspecialty certification in Epilepsy and/or Clinical Neurophysiology. The preferred candidate also holds Certification in Epilepsy Monitoring through the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology. A track record of peer-reviewed publication and post-fellowship clinical experience in epilepsy monitoring is also desired.
The individual will be expected to engage in program development within the Minneapolis VA ECOE including; 1) evaluation and management of epilepsy patients in inpatient and outpatient settings, 2) interpret diagnostic standard, ambulatory, ICU and continuous video-EEG monitoring, 3) perform epilepsy pre-surgical evaluations, 4) precept medical students and neurology residents in outpatient general neurology clinics and on the neurology inpatient-consultation service, 5) educate clinical neurophysiology and epilepsy fellows, and 6) actively participate in research activities.
The physician will participate in the Neurology on-call rotation on a regular basis and expected to work off-hour shifts, weekends, and holidays per the on-call schedule. The position offers academic appointment with the University of Minnesota School of Medicine – Department of Neurology at an academic rank commensurate with level of experience. Please send me your CV and I will ensure the selecting official reviews it for further action
Posted March 15, 2021