Seeking a BC/BE Neurohospitalist to join a well established, hospital employed General Neurology practice. ? Call is 1:3 on weekends, which is typically lights ? Telemedicine for acute stroke ? Hospitalist and ER covering overnight except for rare emergencies ? Salary up to $345k ? Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm ? Average 10 - 12 patients per day; 8 - 1- new consults/day; 6 - 8 consults per day on weekends. ? Equipment: 2 Nicolet / Viasys / Carefusion digital EEG Machines - approximately tests per year, Nicolet / Viasys EMG Machine - over 300 per year, Ambulatory EEG available ? 4 weeks vacation plus holidays and sick time (29 PTO days) ? Retirement/Savings, moving expenses, malpractice, health insurance, sign on bonus, and more.
222 not-for-profit hospital. 2200 employees, 140 active medical staff. 14,000+ surgical procedures/year. Number of Operating Suites: 2 Open Heart; 1 Hybrid (for peripheral vascular and open cardiac cases); 5 General Surgery Rooms; 4 Orthopedic Rooms; 5 Endo Suites with 1 ERCP Room; and 1 Cysto Suite located in the Endoscopy area (19 total rooms). Recent New Construction: $100 million in new construction, expansion and refurbishment: Patient care addition; nursing units and 100 private beds - opened July 2009 Open heart/cardiac unit - open Dec. 2008 New clinical laboratory New medical library New front entrance New Surgery and Emergency Department New lounge and physician area Additional parking for physicians Maternity Department: 11 Private LDRP (Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Post), 1,600 deliveries per year, 5 room triage area, 3 rooms for surgery patients, surgical room, holding nursery, and a 6 bed special care nursery. Critical Care Department: 16 ICU rooms (15 private), Circular floor set-up, Break away doors, sleeping rooms for on-call staff and medical students, and large waiting room with restrooms and vending machines. Emergency Department: 23 beds (21 private) and 4 chairs, special pediatric room, drive-up lane, using computerized radiography (filmless), 2 x-ray rooms and a STAT lab - expanding to 47 beds. - Osteopathic Emergency Medicine Residency Program began July 2008
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