Vascular Stroke Neurologist

Valhalla, NY

Key Info

full-time

Inpatient and outpatient

The Westchester Medical Center - Brain and Spine Institute is looking for a Board Certified/Eligible Neurologist with fellowship training in Vascular/Stroke Neurology to join our growing department.

The candidate would be integral to the further expansion the rapidly growing stroke and neurointerventional services along with an evolving telestroke program for the Hudson Valley. Helicopter and mobile ICUs are part of the current comprehensive transport services. A strong interest in clinical care, teaching, research, and programmatic development are critical to this position.

The Westchester Brain and Spine Institute is based at Westchester Medical Center, 35 minutes north of New York City. Westchester Medical Center Health Network is taking a regional approach to the health care needs of the Hudson Valley Region and has recently acquired or affiliated with ten hospitals throughout the region.

Westchester Medical Center is the primary academic medical center for the region and the University Hospital of New York Medical College. ACGME accredited Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Radiology residency programs are based at WMC.

This opportunity is within the New York City Suburbs and is offered with a highly competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, including professional liability insurance and an academic appointment with New York Medical College, if appropriate.

Each year, more than 120,000 patients receive care at Westchester Medical Center in every clinical specialty through our main hospital, our Maria Fareri Children's Hospital and our Behavioral Health Center. With more than 900 attending physicians and 3,300 healthcare professionals, Westchester Medical Center delivers industry-leading advanced medical care in specialties and services ranging from heart, kidney and liver transplants and advanced endovascular procedures to high-risk obstetrics and gynecology.We are a regional Level I Trauma and Burn Center with more than 40,000 emergency room visits per year.

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Posted November 13, 2019

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