Vassar Brothers Medical Center, located in Poughkeepsie, NY, just 75 minutes north of New York City, is seeking a Neurologist to join our growing Neurosciences Program. We are seeking board certified physicians with subspecialty interests in vascular/stroke neurology. The Neurology Division will be part of a comprehensive neurosciences program, including Neurosurgery, Interventional Neuroradiology, and Stroke. Neurohospitalists welcome. Potential for 7 on 7 off schedule.
- Employed position with competitive compensation package and comprehensive benefits
- Generous allowances for CMEs, Dues,and Relocation
- Collegial environment with excellent work life balance
- Beautiful suburban location just 75 minutes North of New York City
- Easy access to New York City via commuter train and Amtrak rail lines
Located on the banks of the scenic Hudson River, Vassar Brothers Medical Center is a 365-bed tertiary care hospital that provides the leading acute and critical emergency care in the region. Vassar focuses on providing the highest quality care and meeting the needs of the community of by consistently adding new services and state-of-the-art treatments with established centers of excellence in cardiac services, cancer care and women and childrens health services. Vassar is consistently ranked as one of the strongest cardiac programs in the United States and one of the Top 100 Heart Hospitals by Modern HealthCare Magazine.
The beauty of the Hudson Valley is unsurpassed. From hiking, biking, and boating to cafs, local farmers markets, and art galleries, there are endless ways to spend your leisure time. Excellent housing and outstanding schools can be found throughout the area, with easy access to New York City. The Mid-Hudson Valley is also home to many fine colleges and universities, including Vassar College, Marist College, SUNY New Paltz, Bard College, and the Culinary Institute of America, with ongoing cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. Our vibrant cities and picturesque villages interweave culture, history and recreation in one of the countrys most livable locations.