The NeuroMedical ICU at University of Rochester Medical Center/Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY is seeking a NeuroIntensivist. Qualified candidates must have completed fellowship training in NeuroCritical Care and be BC/BE in NeuroCritical care. They must also be BC/BE in Neurology, Neurosurgery, Anesthesiology, Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine. The candidate will join an active clinical practice in a collegial environment with ample opportunities in research, teaching, QI and academic advancement.
The URMC NeuroMedical ICU is a state-of-the-art 12 bed closed unit utilizing the latest technology in neurocritical care, with ability to overflow to other ICUs as needed. A comprehensive team of physicians, advanced practice providers, fellows and residents works collaboratively with the departments of neurology and neurosurgery while providing outstanding care to patients spanning the spectrum of neurocritical diagnoses including TBI, SAH, ICH, stroke, status epilepticus, neuromuscular respiratory failure and CNS infections. The ICU is supported by a committed nursing staff, rehab and palliative care specialists, and a dedicated pharmacist and social worker.
The University of Rochester Medical Center is a tertiary referral center for the Finger Lakes region, is a certified Comprehensive Stroke Center and the regions only Level 1 Trauma Center. It is anchored by Strong Memorial Hospital, an 886 bed University-owned teaching hospital. URMC ranks in the top quartile among US academic centers in NIH funded research.
URMC offers an attractive benefits package including employer 403b contribution, relocation expenses, medical/dental/long term disability insurance, and CME funds.
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