Neurointensivist - Columbus
OhioHealth Neurological Physicians is seeking a board certified / eligible Neurointensivist for its Riverside Methodist Hospital (RMH) in Columbus, Ohio. Riverside is a tertiary referral center for both the health system and region. Designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, RMH is the busiest acute volume stroke hospital in Ohio. The 32-bed closed model Neurocritical Care Unit is housed within a recently constructed $300 million neuroscience tower. It is equipped with an in unit high resolution CT scanner, state of the art multimodal monitoring (cEEG, Licox, Hemedex, virtual robotics) and is staffed 24/7/365 by a dedicated on-site APP team. The unit participates in resident and APP fellowship training and maintains an active research focus. The NCCU team works collaboratively with a comprehensive neurologic, neurosurgical, and neurointerventional team to manage over 300 intraparenchymal and 100 subarachnoid hemorrhages annually. The hospital serves as the hub for a large regional telestroke network. The Neuroscience program has been consistently recognized as a top 50 neuroscience program nationally by US News and World Report.
OhioHealth, a family of not-for-profit, faith-based hospitals, has been serving patients in central Ohio since 1891. Its campuses are comprised of 12 award-winning hospitals and more than 200 neighborhood care sites within the central Ohio region.
For the twelfth consecutive year, OhioHealth was recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies” to work for in the nation. OhioHealth has also been named one of the nation’s top 15 health systems for clinical performance by IBM Watson Health six times – more than any other health system. OhioHealth has ranked first or second nationally for the last seven years in Press Ganey’s Physician Engagement Survey.
Columbus, Ohio, is the 14th largest city in the United States. This culturally diverse and welcoming city offers unique neighborhoods and lifestyles for all. Columbus has received numerous national accolades such as being ranked No. 8 on the “Best Places to Live” in the U.S. by Money magazine and No. 14 nationally on Forbes “America’s Cities of the Future.” Medscape ranks Columbus as No. 5 of America’s “Best Cities for Physicians.” The region’s prestigious educational institutions, high physician compensation, low tax rates, low malpractice payouts, low density of physicians, beautiful landscape, and robust economy convinced Medscape to name Columbus is a top-tier city and community for physicians.
For more information, please contact Chad Miller at 614 905 2698 or email your to firstname.lastname@example.org.