Neurosurgery Job In Chattanooga, Tennessee
Recruiting Neurosurgeons with fellowship in Neuro-Oncology, Skull Base, Vascular and Spine for Tennessee Neuroscience InstituteNext Steps... Apply Now Register Now Call Ellen Politi: Sign in to view
This 459-bed hospital is part of a national nonprofit, faith-based, integrated health system. This system is currently undergoing a major expansion in their neuroscience division.
Opportunities for administrative directorship will be offered to qualified candidate.
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