Spine Neurosurgeron

Cleveland, Ohio
Aug 23, 2021
Internal Medicine
Position Type
The Department of Neurosurgery and the Center for Spine Health in the Neurological Institute at the Cleveland Clinic is seeking a full time, spine neurosurgeon to join a team of multi-disciplinary providers at our Hillcrest Hospital located in Mayfield Heights.

Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute at Hillcrest Hospital offers a patient-focused, disease-specific approach to neurological care. Our unique, fully integrated model allows us to measure quality and outcomes on a continual basis, which we believe will enhance our ability to conduct research and benefit future patients. Cleveland Clinics neurology and neurosurgery program, ranked #9 in the nation and best in Ohio by U.S. News & World Report , brings that same level of care to the Neurological Institute at Hillcrest Hospital, a Level II Trauma center.

The applicant must be a BC/BE neurosurgeon who is fellowship trained in spine. Surgical volume consists of complex and routine spine cases. The newly recruited neurosurgeon will participate in general neurosurgery and trauma call. Call is on average 1:6. Additional responsibilities will include clinical care, teaching, and research activities. This dynamic position commands an extremely competitive salary enhanced by an attractive benefits package including but not limited to:
  • Excellent medical, dental, vision coverage
  • Comprehensive disability and life insurance benefits
  • Medical malpractice & tail coverage provided
  • Generous time away coverage for vacation, sick time, holidays and CME meeting time
  • Highly competitive retirement plans with employer contribution
  • Faculty appointment available at the Cleveland Clinic Learner College of Medicine commensurate with experience

Interested candidates, please submit a current CV along with your personal statement.

The Center for Spine Health is a uniquely integrated department including orthopaedic and neurosurgical trained spine surgeons, medical spine specialists, including rheumatologist, physiatrists, interventionalists, osteopathic physicians, psychologists, advanced practice practitioners, specialty trained nurses as well as a comprehensive chronic pain rehabilitation program. The Center features fellowship programs in both spine surgery and spine medicine, the former of which is the largest in the United States. In addition to a dynamic, collaborative clinical and surgical practice, the position requires the participation in resident and fellow teaching as well as basic, translational, biomechanical and/or clinical research. Clinicians in the Center for Spine Health work closely with other specialists in the Neurological Institute, particularly in the Center for Neuroimaging to provide evidence-informed, comprehensive world class spine care.

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