Main Line Health Jefferson Neurosurgery is seeking an endovascular-trained neurosurgeon to join our practice at Main Line Health. The practice includes neurosurgeons trained in endovascular surgery as well as cranial and spinal work.
- Two level II trauma designated hospitals
- Join an existing, well-established growing neurosurgery group
- State of the art operating rooms with an emphasis on stereotactic navigation, microneurosurgery, and minimally invasive spine surgery
- Dedicated block time
- Work alongside experienced and highly skilled advanced practitioners
- Reasonable call schedule, 1:6
- Academic appointment and research opportunities with Thomas Jefferson University
- Experience a plus but not required
Benefits and lifestyle
- High income potential with competitive base and incentives compensation
- Excellent benefits package
- Financial security with a top ranked, financially secure hospital system and academic medical center
- Area well known for top ranked public and private schools and universities
- Less than a thirty minute drive to center-city and historic Philadelphia
- Wonderful cultural opportunities
- Short drive to beaches, mountains, New York City and Washington, D.C.
Main Line Health is an integrated health care system in suburban Philadelphia that includes four acute care hospitals (Lankenau Medical Center, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Paoli Hospital and Riddle Hospital), a physical rehabilitation hospital (Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital), home care services, physician practices, a research institute (LIMR) and a host of other facilities and services. Main Line Health partners with the Vickie and Jack Farber Institute of Neuroscience at Jefferson to provide all neurosurgical and neurointerventional care to Main Line Health patients. The Main Line Health system has independent medical residencies and fellowship programs as well as an academic affiliation with Jefferson Medical School. The affiliated Lankenau Institute for Medical Research conducts basic research in multiple areas including oncology, manages the clinical research programs for all four hospitals under a single IRB, and has just established a population health research program in collaboration with Thomas Jefferson University.