Neurointensivist (Yale University)

By NCS Admin posted 10-03-2018 16:27

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Yale University

Neurocritical Care


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Yale Medical School and Yale-New Haven Hospital are seeking to expand their acute neuroscience program with the addition of three neurointensivists. These positions are supported by the division of neurocritical care and emergency neurology. The neurointensivists will perform clinical duties in the neuroscience intensive care unit, and the positions will be tailored to match the overall career interests of the individual.

Yale Neuroscience is a rapidly growing, internationally recognized program that enjoys strong collaborations with Neurosurgery, Emergency Medicine, and Neuroradiology. The Neuroscience ICU at Yale New Haven Hospital is a thriving, cutting edge 19-bed unit poised for further expansion. We employ the most advanced technologies, including a nationally recognized continuous ICU EEG program, portable CT scanner, and an intraoperative MRI to name a few. We train four neurocritical care fellows in a nationally accredited program.

The successful candidates will be excellent clinicians and educators, capable of leading a large team with students, residents, fellows, and advanced nurse practitioners/physician assistants from Yale Medical School and Yale New-Haven Hospital. They will enjoy collaborations with colleagues in other critical care units and attention to quality improvement, patient outcomes, and patient centered care supported by a robust institutional infrastructure. 

In addition, we are interested in recruiting individuals who aim to pursue an academic career and develop independently funded research programs in clinical or translational research. Yale Medical School offers one of the largest CTSA’s through the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, and multiple formal training opportunities exist. Candidates must have an MD or MD equivalent, be BC/BE in neurocritical care and meet requirements for appointment at the Instructor, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor level. Candidates must also be eligible for licensure in the State of Connecticut. The essential duties of these positions include: (1) the diagnosis and care of adult inpatients with neurocritical issues, (2) participating in clinical trials or other translational research, and (3) teaching residents and fellows. 

Yale offers a generous compensation plan and benefits, including paid malpractice insurance. Inquiries may be handled in strict confidence. Interested candidates should submit a CV and brief statement of interest to Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

Yale University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and members of minority groups.