Emory

  • Orthopaedic Spine Deformity Surgeon

    Job Number
    29543
    Job Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Division
    School Of Medicine
    Department
    SOM: Orthopaedics: Admin
    This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues:
    Working with human blood, body fluids, tissues, or other potentially infectious materials.
    Required Documents
    Cover letter, List of 3 Recommenders
  • Description

    The Orthopaedics Department at Emory University is recruiting a full-time orthopaedic spine deformity surgeon to join the rapidly expanding Orthopaedic service line.  Practice locations expand across the Atlanta metro and surrounding areas. The focus is on the evaluation and treatment of pediatric and adult patients with various forms of spinal deformities.  A commitment to quality patient care as well as the teaching of residents, fellows, and other healthcare providers is required.  An interest in research is preferred.  Strong clinical, administrative and interpersonal skills are necessary. 

     

    Qualifications include:  BC/BE in orthopaedic surgery or neurosurgery and completion of a spine fellowship with training in complex deformity.  Salary and level of appointment will be commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the applicant.  This position reports directly to the department chairman.

    Applications, including a cover letter, an up-to-date curriculum vitae, and complete information for three references should be submitted.

    Additional Details

    Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center offers the benefits that come with an academic health system: pioneering research, innovative treatments that are available years before others can offer them, the latest technology and a seamless link to other specialized care within the most comprehensive academic health system in Georgia. Emory Healthcare’s orthopedic and spine programs are ranked among the top in the nation by U.S. News & World Report and Becker’s Hospital Review.

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