Chronic Pain Physician
The Center for Neurological Restoration at the Cleveland Clinic is seeking MD candidates for new positions in the Section of Chronic Pain. Candidates should be Fellowship Trained in Chronic Pain, Psychosomatic Medicine, and/or Addiction Medicine, and must be Board Certified/Eligible in Anesthesiology, Neurology, Psychiatry, P.M.&R, Family Medicine, or Internal Medicine.
The Chronic Pain Section is a clinically active section within a large, multidisciplinary academic Neurological Institute. The Chronic Pain Section includes a world-renowned Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program as well as specialty chronic pain clinics in a variety of areas (Primary Care, Fibromyalgia, Pelvic Pain, Spine Care, and others). Each of these initiatives is interdisciplinary and supported by multiple clinical psychologists, counselors, physical/occupational therapists, and administrators.
Candidates should exhibit interest in clinical practice, resident, fellow and medical student teaching, as well as clinical and/or laboratory research. Clinical practice may encompass pain interventional work, non-interventional/pharmacological care, general medical management, or a mixture of these. Clinical opportunities exist both as inpatient and ambulatory practices. An academic faculty appointment commensurate with experience is available at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine or Case Western Reserve University. Conference travel, presentation, and participation is highly-encouraged and supported. The clinical and academic group is cohesive and collaborative.
Cleveland Clinic offers a very competitive salary enhanced with an attractive benefits package. Cleveland Clinic also offers a pleasant, stable and collegial work environment with an unmatched quality of life.
Interested parties, please include an updated CV and cover letter.