REQUIREMENTS: Board certified in neurology and completion of at least one year of fellowship training and board eligible/certified in Neurocritical care. Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations.
GENERAL DUTIES: This faculty member must be a licensed physician and neurologist with special expertise in Neurocritical care and will have responsibilities in direct patient care, teaching, research, and medical service, as they pertain to the general mission of SLUCare Physician Group, a member of SSM Health.
The successful candidate will have knowledge and practical skills in critical care neurology, including ventilatory management, invasive monitoring, intra-cranial pressure management, neurologic diagnosis and management, neuroimaging, neurotrauma, and stroke management. This faculty member will provide care for critically ill patients with neurologic and neurosurgical illnesses and will serve in a multidisciplinary critical care team. Can participate in inpatient stroke service at Saint Louis University Hospital.
This opportunity has competitive compensation and a robust benefit package of health, dental and vision, and life insurance, retirement with employer match contribution, sign-on and retention bonuses, paid vacation, with $5k annual CME allowance. Full Faculty Academic Appointment at Saint Louis University, rank commensurate with experience.
The St. Louis metro area has over 2.8 million residents, a rich history and wonderful attractions. You'll enjoy the benefits of the Arch, MLB Cardinals and NHL Blues, the St. Louis Symphony, the Fox Theater, the Art Museum, the Science Center, the Botanical Gardens and the Zoo. The area has outstanding public and private schools, and 3 major Universities.
About SSM Health SSM Health is a Catholic not-for-profit health system serving the comprehensive health needs of communities across the Midwest through a robust and fully integrated health care delivery system. Headquartered in St. Louis, SSM Health has care delivery sites in Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. The health system includes 24 hospitals, more than 300 physician offices and other outpatient care sites, 10 post-acute facilities, comprehensive home care and hospice services, a pharmacy benefit company, an insurance company, a technology company and an Accountable Care Organization.