Neurosurgery Job In Cartersville, Georgia
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Cartersville Medical Center is seeking a Neurosurgeon who is interested being an integral part of starting our Neurosciences program to include both cranial and spine.
Currently preparing for Level III Trauma Designation, Cartersville Medical Center is being proactive with the preparations for going to Level II Trauma Designation.
Full-time tele-neurosurgery coverage.
This is an employment opportunity with HCA-Physician Services Group with plans to add a second Neurosurgeon in year 2 of the program.
If a private practice model is preferred, the hospital can provide financial support to start the new practice. Limitless growth opportunities!
Cartersville Medical Center is a 119 bed acute care hospital that sees >65,000 ED visits/year. It recently expanded its ICU to 21 Beds and its ER to 30 beds. Further growth/expansion in the OR and med/surg beds are planned.
We currently have 9 OR's, an O-arm, Navigation System, and Robot.
TrueBeam will be here in December 2018!
Interviewing now for a 2018 start date.
Bartow County has:
- 17 county public schools
- 4 city public schools
- 3 private schools within a 20 mile range
Since coming to the hospital in 1983, our CEO has provided the vision and leadership that has driven the hospital's growth, ensuring that it has kept pace with Bartow County's remarkable growth over the last decade and a half. Serving all of Bartow County' "s growing communities - from Emerson in the south to Adairsville in the north - Cartersville Medical Center is a 112 bed full service service medical center with a staff of over 100 physicians conveniently located on a 30-acre campus
As a result of the county's constant growth, our recent and current construction work includes hospital expansion and renovation projects totaling $29 million. Cartersville Medical Center now offers a number of specialty services, including an emergency department, an Occupational Medicine Center, a diagnostic sleep study program, outpatient surgery and a sports and physical rehabilitation center.