The Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute’s Center for Spine Health announces its search for a Medical Spine Specialist.
We invite highly qualified MD/DO candidates who are committed to excellence in patient care and possess strong clinical skills to join this dynamic team. Responsibilities will include clinical care and teaching activities. Ideal candidates will be BC/BE in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, PM&R, or Rheumatology with subspecialty training in spine medicine. Please note this is a non-interventionalist position.
The Center for Spine Health is a uniquely integrated team of neurosurgical and orthopedic spine surgeons and medical spine specialists whose training in physiatry, pain management, interventions, rheumatology, osteopathic manipulation, and acupuncture provide comprehensive care to patients with spine issues. Over 20 advanced practice providers and specialty care nurse care coordinators work collaboratively to ensure seamless care for spine patients across the continuum. The Center features fellowship programs in both spine surgery and spine medicine, the former of which is the largest in the United States.
This clinical focused position would also require participation in resident and fellow teaching. Clinicians in the Center for Spine Health work closely with other specialists in the Neurological Institute, particularly in the Center for Comprehensive Pain Recovery and the Center for Neuroimaging to provide evidence-informed, comprehensive world class spine care.
This dynamic position commands an extremely competitive salary enhanced by an attractive benefits package including but not limited to:
Excellent medical, dental, vision coverage
Comprehensive disability and life insurance benefits
Medical malpractice & tail coverage provided
Generous time away coverage for vacation, sick time, holidays and CME meeting time
Highly competitive retirement plans with employer contribution
Faculty appointment available at the Cleveland Clinic Learner College of Medicine commensurate with experience
Interested candidates, please visit this link to apply Please include your current CV and cover letter with your application
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Cleveland Clinic's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation features an integrated academic practice model, linking the main campus with nine acute care hospitals, three inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, more than 50 outpatient therapy venues, skilled nursing facilities, long-term acute care hospitals and Cleveland Clinic's Center for Connected Care. This enterprise employs a fully operational disease-based rehabilitation care delivery system. All of the department's clinicians work side by side with the surgeons and medical specialists who share their subspecialty interests and expertise. Patients benefit from innovative rehabilitation strategies provided by a unified academic faculty, with access to the full range of specialty consultants, sophisticated laboratory and imaging resources and Cleveland Clinic treatment protocols and carepaths.
Committed to the concept of teamwork, the department features an inclusive leadership structure that engages all of the therapy disciplines in meaningful roles. This collaboration has allowed us to be able to provide approximately 700,000 rehabilitation visits each year. Clinical, research and educational services are supported ...by the nation's premier information management platform that advances an efficient and value-based rehabilitation brand.
The department's commitment to helping patients maintain good health and improve function extends through outpatient clinics, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and consultation in skilled nursing facilities. The clinical staff is charged with teaching the principles of rehabilitation care to over 1,000 Cleveland Clinic residents and fellows, and to the medical students of Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Case Western Reserve University. Our Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency Program, inaugurated in 2016, is the capstone of this effort.
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The rehabilitation research team partners with colleagues of many medical specialties and scientific fields to investigate novel treatments and therapies. This work elevates the level of care that is provided to patients, and sets the stage for development of Cleveland Clinic rehabilitation brand regionally, nationally and internationally, with new facilities in Las Vegas and Abu Dhabi.