- The largest, not-for-profit hospital system on the East Coast with 9 hospitals in Baltimore and Washington, DC
- 13th best rehab system in the nation
- Has been consistently ranked by physicians as one of America’s “Best Hospitals” for rehabilitation.
- Fully accredited by The Joint Commission; the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), with CARF accredited specialty programs for Amputations, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke.
- The interdisciplinary healthcare experts combine knowledge and compassion with the latest rehab research and state-of-the-art technology to tailor advanced medical treatment plans for patients.
- The candidate will be responsible for direct oversight of the spinal cord injury system of care, including inpatient, day program and outpatient programs.
- Clinical duties include inpatient rehabilitation on the CARF specialty-accredited spinal cord unit, inpatient call and 2 half-day clinics per week in the outpatient practice located at the hospital.
- You will be a part of the large spasticity program, which includes neurotoxin injections and intrathecal baclofen pump management.
- You will have access to our on-site orthotics / prosthetics clinic and wheelchair / seating clinic, in addition to our active Wellness Program.
- In close partnership, the SCI Medical Director will work very closely with the SCI Director at the Baltimore hospital to ensure consistency of programming, outcomes and the development of rehabilitation strategic planning throughout the network.
- The candidate is eligible for a faculty appointment
Compensation: Salary plus incentive; competitive compensation
Benefits: 25 days/year Paid time off, life insurance, long term care, health insurance, dental, vision, disability insurances, retirement savings plan, flexible spending account, and more
- Board Certified physiatrist with excellent interpersonal and communications skills
- The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years of clinical and leadership experience in spinal cord rehabilitation.
- The right candidate must have a passion for teaching. The successful candidate will select the initial fellow, thus shaping the program from the ground up. In addition, the ideal candidate will be a key player in mentoring our fellows and providing development and education to our residents.