Duke Orthopaedic Surgery: Adult Reconstruction, Wake County
Ideal candidates will be fellowship trained in Adult Reconstruction (primary/revision hip and knee arthroplasty), and also have a strong interest in research and teaching. The clinical practice will be in Wake County, with surgical cases performed at Duke Raleigh Hospital. Call coverage would be in conjunction with Duke Orthopaedic physicians in Raleigh, currently a practice of nine surgeons that brings excellence to the greater Raleigh area with a wide array of orthopaedic services and provides the highest quality continuum of care for patients of all ages.
Candidates with research aspirations can receive a university appointment and support across the broad range of research themes in the department. Specific interest in clinical outcomes research in hip and knee arthroplasty is a plus. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and training.
Since 1998, Duke Raleigh Hospital has been an important part of Duke Health. Its affiliation with a leading academic health system provides patients with access to the most advanced technology and medicine available. Duke Raleigh Hospital is recognized as the community leader for compassionate care with centers of clinical excellence in oncology, orthopaedics, neurosciences, and cardiovascular services.
The greater Triangle area of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill offers wide-ranging options in housing and choices for active outdoor and social lives. The Research Triangle Park, a globally prominent high-tech research and development center conceived around the three academic centers in the region, has made the area culturally diverse, economically resilient, and nationally recognized as an excellent place to live and work.
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