We are seeking a full time Neurohospitalist to join our established team to practice in the acute-care setting providing exceptional in-patient care. Our Neurology team is comprised of 1 full time Neurohospitalist & Stroke Medical Director, 2 outpatient Neurologists, 2 outpatient Advanced Practice providers.
- 24-hour coverage 7 on / 7 off
- Call only during on week, taken almost exclusively from home
- Purely consultative; hospitalists admit patients
We are actively pursuing accreditation as a stroke center of excellence, a reflection of our commitment to providing safe and quality patient care.
Salem Hospital, a community-based not-for-profit facility, is one of Oregon's largest acute-care hospitals, and is currently licensed for 494 acute-care beds. With one of the busiest hospitals on the west coast, a steady increase in population, and the number of 60- to 80-year-olds, seniors, and people with complex health needs is expected to grow by more than 50%, we are building now, to prepare for the future! Our expanded critical care tower will add 150 beds to our campus in July 2022.
Our patients receive comprehensive medical services through our robust Medical Group of more than 250 employed providers, including 16 specialties and advanced practice providers. Salem Health Medical Group focuses on enhancing the patient experience and providing higher levels of care coordination. Salem is uniquely positioned geographically to serve a broad catchment area including metropolitan and rural communities and boasts active lifestyle opportunities unique to the Pacific Northwest. Live amidst Oregon's Wine Country in the beautiful Willamette Valley; 1-hour inland from the Pacific Ocean, 1.5 hours from Mt. Hood, and 45-minutes to Portland.
- Base salary
- Annual group incentive bonus program ~ up to 20% base compensation
- Relocation assistance & start bonus
- $4,500 + 40 hours annual CME allowance + 200 hours PTO
- Up to $100,000 education assistance
- Dragon Medical One, Epic-integrated dictation software
- Designated as a Top Workplace in Oregon
- Degree of doctor of medicine or an equivalent degree resulting from a course of education in medicine or osteopathic medicine.
- Successful completion of an accredited residency program in Neurology.
- Board Certification in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology or the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology & Psychiatry. Applicants who are not Board Certified must be eligible, actively participating in the Board Certification process, and achieve Board Certification within 5 years of initial appointment to the Medical Staff.
- Current, full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the state of Oregon.
- Current DEA certification.
- New graduates welcome, vascular neurology fellowship training preferred.