The Department of Neurology at Columbia University, nationally renowned for research, clinical care, and education, is seeking full-time neurologists at the Assistant, Associate, or Professor level specialized in the area of Hospitalist Neurology. The Columbia Hospitalist Neurology program includes clinical responsibilities at New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia University Medical Center, a tertiary care hospital in Manhattan; New York Presbyterian – Allen Hospital, a community hospital in Manhattan; and New York Presbyterian – Lawrence Hospital, a community hospital in southern Westchester County, New York. Each successful applicant will have an academic appointment at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, and be eligible for all the Columbia University benefits available for the faculty appointment.
Each Neurohospitalist recruited will attend on the Inpatient Neurology Services and the Neurology Consult Services, train residents and medical students, and develop and participate in Quality Improvement initiatives. These are full-time positions, which may combine Neurohospitalist and specialty neurology practice and research, based on the specialty training and research interests of applicants for the positions.
Qualified applicants should send a letter of interest and CV to:
Laura Lennihan, MD Professor of Neurology Vice Chairman of Neurology Chief, Division of Critical Care & Hospitalist Neurology Columbia University Medical Center 177 Fort Washington Avenue Milstein Hospital, 8GS-300 New York, NY 10032 Email: LL18@cumc.columbia.edu
Internal Number: 6583
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