10 hospitals and practices seeking spine surgeons

Here are 10 hospitals, practices and organizations with job openings and listings for spine surgeons as of June 19, 2017.

Note: The job listings here were gathered from various websites. This is not a comprehensive list of positions available for spine surgeons. To add or subtract positions on this list, contact Laura Dyrda at ldyrda@beckershealthcare.com.

 

Private practice
United Surgical Partners International is seeking an established orthopedic spine surgeon to join an already busy practice in Reading, Pa., that will include a two-year partnership track and an onsite referral network.

 

Frederick, Md.-based Mid-Maryland Musculoskeletal Institute, a division of the Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics is seeking a fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon to join the growing practice.

 

HCA Physician Services is seeking a spine surgeon with three to five years of experience and fellowship training to build a practice in northern Virginia.

 

An orthopedic and spine institute in South Florida is looking for an orthopedic spine surgeon to join the practice with a partnership track.

 

Hospital
A hospital in San Antonio is looking for an orthopedic spine surgeon to join its team of physicians.

 

Cleveland Clinic is seeking a full time orthopedic spine surgeon to join Akron (Ohio) General Hospital’s orthopedic surgery department.

 

Kansas University in Lawrence is seeking an orthopedic surgeon to take on the assistant professor role and work in the KU Hospital and clinic locations.

 

The department of orthopedics at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and its affiliated partner hospitals is seeking an orthopedic spine surgeon with fellowship training to join the team and take on clinical, teaching and research responsibilities.

 

UConn Health in Farmington, Conn., has an open position for assistant professor and clinical orthopedic spine surgeon.

 

Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit is seeking a board eligible or board certified…

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