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Northwell HealthStaten Island, NY
  • Northwell Health Urology is a premier clinical and academic service line comprised of hospital-based faculty and a large network of community pr
  • Northwell Health Urology is a premier clinical and academic service line comprised of hospital-based faculty and a large network of community providers and multidisciplinary caregivers.
  • Northwell Health, New York States largest health care provider and private employer, is a dynamic place to practice and maintains a true dedication to its academic mission.
  • We value insights and education from thought-leaders to ensure quality, compassionate care while maintaining a focus on innovation, research, and education.
  • As we continue to grow and expand, Northwell Health in conjunction with The Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra is seeking a Board eligible/certified Urologist with fellowship training in Endourology and Stone Disease for our location in Staten Island.
  • Th e successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate experience and training in endourology and stone disease appropriate for an academic tertiary care level.
  • Commitment to and interest in research programs and academic initiatives is essential at all levels of this position.
  • The department of Urology is part of the Zucker School of Medicine, ranked 66 in the US News and World Report.
  • As such, candidates will be expected to have a role in the Medical School as well as time focused on training residents at our Health System.
  • This expansion is part of a larger strategy in collaboration with The Smith Institute for Urology.
  • Together, we work towards our mission to empower all populations, to contribute to society via research, and to extend and improve the lives of the patients we seek to serve.
  • Associated topics: bioethics, college of medicine, diabetes, family medicine, health medicine, instructor md, otolaryngology, pathophysiology, public health, rheumatologist

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