The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Northwell Health and The Zucker School of Medicine at Staten Island University Hospital is seeking a Full Time Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgeon.
Candidates must be Board Certified/Board Eligible and a graduate from an AAGL MIGS program and be eligible for a NYS license. Clinical responsibilities will include gynecologic inpatient and outpatient care and participation in resident education and clinical research. The department is in the process of applying for an AAGL MIGS Fellowship, in which the applicant will have the opportunity to become an Associate Program Director. This is the ideal opportunity for a physician to join a well-respected and successful department with an enthusiastic approach in providing a high level of quality care in women s health.
Our department has a fully accredited Residency Program for 4 residents per year, 3 PAs, a CNM and 13 full time faculty members. Staten Island University Hospital is a member of the Northwell Healthcare System and is also a major academic affiliate of the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. We are very proud of our comprehensive curriculum and cutting-edge clinical and surgical program, as well as our clinical commitment to resident and student training.
Staten Island University Hospital is a progressive teaching hospital located in one of the most beautiful boroughs in NYC. Staten Island is the third largest borough in New York City and is home to diverse neighborhoods, parks, natural areas, and cultural attractions. It is right over the bridge from either Brooklyn or New Jersey, or you can reach Manhattan via ferry, or less than 30 minutes via car. The small town in the Big City affords suburban living within the confines of the Big Apple; the best of both worlds. Wherever you roam, you will encounter breathtaking views, world class culture and education and a neighborhood to fit every palate.
We offer a competitive salary with incentive earning potential, and full benefit package.
For additional information and to apply, please contact: David Klein OPR@northwell.edu