Anchorage Neurosurgical Associates is seeking an endovascular neurosurgeon to join their established group at Alaska Regional Hospital. Qualified Candidates:
- Board certified or board eligible in neurosurgery
- Neurosurgery trained with additional subspecialty training in endovascular surgery
- Alaska licensure
- DEA with full prescriptive authority
- Ideal candidate would have the desire to build, grow and manage the endovascular program
- An option to build an elective practice is available
- Work with an interdisciplinary team of neurologists, neurosurgeons, and intensivists
- Call rotation 1:5: covering 2 hospitals
Alaska Regional Hospital:
- Competitive salary
- Generous sign-on bonus and relocation
- Comprehensive benefits package
- CME allowance
- Alaska Regional Hospital has over 1000 employees and a medical staff of over 550 independent practitioners.
- The hospital is the designated Shriners clinic facility in Alaska, and free immunization clinics are held monthly for area schoolchildren.
- Other services include free prostate cancer screenings, health education seminars, community health fairs, and support groups for cancer and stroke survivors.
- Alaska Regional is the only non-military hospital in the state with its own landing strip, allowing the hospital’s LifeFlight Air Ambulance to transport critical care patients from the plane directly to the 24-hour Emergency Department. Alaska Regional even offers free valet parking to patients and visitors.
Only in Anchorage can you meet a moose, walk on a glacier and explore a vast, natural park all in a single day. Between mountains and an inlet, surrounded by national parks and filled with Alaska wildlife, Anchorage combines the best of Alaska in a city that has the comforts of home and the hospitality of the Last Frontier. The city is home to many artists and musicians. Public art fills the city, from life-sized murals to bronze work. Anchorage is also home to the state’s largest museum, as well as a whole palette of galleries, showrooms, and artist workspaces. Shops and restaurants often serve double duty as gallery space; many hosts a different artist each month for First Friday events.