Saint Luke’s Hospital/University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Medicine is seeking a neurologist who is BC/BE in both neurology and pain management at the Assistant Professor level to join our section in Pain Management, located in the Pain Management Clinic within Saint Luke’s Hospital (SLH). Prospective candidates ideally should have 1-5 years clinical experience in pain management and/or be fellowship trained/currently enrolled in an ACGME approved pain management fellowship program. Currently the clinic is staffed and equipped to provide state of the art care in pain management; we plan to expand both in space and providers in the coming months to be able to offer a comprehensive and integrated program in pain management that envisions behavioral medicine and complementary and alternative modalities. Prospective candidates should share in our vision of providing a comprehensive approach to Pain Management that returns patients to functionality. Of particular note, our neurology and neurosurgery colleagues are integral members of the Saint Luke’s approach to Pain Management, and have collaborated to create a comprehensive Spine Center within the Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute. Saint Luke’s Hospital is USNWR nationally ranked in seven specialties. Collaborative research involvement with other members of the Neuroscience Institute is available and will be encouraged. Compensation and benefits are excellent and rank in the top tier for academic departments in the nation.
Saint Luke’s Health System, a physician led faith based not-for-profit system that includes ten hospitals across the Kansas City region, has a unique commitment to care for the communities we serve as the only integrated health care system for the entire metropolitan area.
The Kansas City metropolitan area ranks very highly in quality of life and affordability, and boasts outstanding educational opportunities at the secondary school level and beyond.
Saint Luke’s Health System is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages minority and women applicants.