Virginia Mason Medical Center Physician - Neurohospitalist in Seattle, Washington

Job Number: 171824

Department: Stroke Center

Hours: 12 hr shifts/7 on & 7 off

Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington is seeking a BE/BC Neurohospitalist to join a growing inpatient team dedicated to serving the needs of patients with acute neurological disease. Our ideal candidate will have a passion for excellence in neurological disease and will be integral to the growth and maturation of both our local hospital and regional telestroke programs. Vascular neurology, Neurohospitalist and/or neurocritical Care experience is highly desirable.

Our ideal candidate will partner with our successful accredited primary stroke program, clinical research, and our growing local and regional tele-stroke and tele-medicine services. The successful candidate will be a superior interdisciplinary teacher and communicator, committed to ongoing resident and staff education. Interest and participation in clinical research is encouraged. Strong clinical and interpersonal skills and involvement in process improvement work are required.

Position highlights

  • Neuro-trained nurses and ARNP/PA

  • Diverse patient base

  • Supportive administration

  • Opportunity to grow a Neurosciences Service Line

  • Competitive compensation and benefits package

Qualifications

  • BE/BC in specialty area

  • Ability to obtain a medical professional license in the State of WA

  • Ability to obtain a DEA with full prescriptive authority needed for specific practice

  • Comprehensive stroke program experience a plus

Team Details

Virginia Mason is known for patient-centric care, a focus on improving quality and safety, and a dedication to achieving superior outcomes for patients. Our program is currently supported by a collaborative group of neurologists who share coverage responsibilities for our stroke and inpatient populations. In addition, a stroke coordinator and dedicated neuro clinical nurse specialist supports the day-to-day inpatient care and stroke program operations. A superb group of neurosurgeons and neurointerventional radiologists provide patients access to the latest in cutting-edge intracranial and endovascular therapy.

About Virginia Mason

Virginia Mason, established in 1920 in Seattle, WA, is internationally recognized as a preeminent health care organization focused on delivering quality services to our patients. We have a 336-bed hospital in Seattle and Multispecialty Group Practice with more than 450 physicians. With a network of primary, specialty, neighborhood clinics and regional medical centers; you will find our culture is the very definition of best practices and a model that is the benchmark for other organizations. Join us, and find out how many ways Virginia Mason offers you the chance to focus on what really matters—your patients.

Living in the Pacific Northwest

Located in the Pacific NW, Seattle is an area with a mild climate year round and close to the great outdoors where we enjoy an abundance of activities with our close proximity to the waters of Puget Sound and surrounding mountains. City life and cultural activities are also thriving. With a variety of neighborhoods and areas to work and live, there are many choices for the type of lifestyle you’d like to enjoy.

What’s next?

Please, apply online with Virginia Mason. If you prefer to contact me about this position, please call Stephanie at 206-341-0149.

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We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Virginia Mason Medical Center is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Virginia Mason provides healthcare without regard to race, color, religion (creed), sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin (ancestry) or disability. Disability Accommodation: To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Recruiting Offices at 866-422-2275 (voice) or 206-515-5891 (fax). Virginia Mason makes every effort to honor disability accommodation requests. Requests can be responded to most effectively if received as far in advance as possible.