Remote Neuromonitoring Physicians
Join the SpecialtyCare IONM team.
Remote Neuromonitoring Physicians
SpecialtyCare supports 110,000 intraoperative neuromonitoring cases annually and behind every complex procedure is a skilled neurologist providing expert oversight. Our remote neuromonitoring physicians to provide supervisory services to our highly skilled team of surgical neurophysiologists, ensuring patient safety and positive outcomes.
These services are provided in real-time, via a secure internet connection allowing for real-time data observation as well as communication with the on-site surgical neurophysiologists, surgeons, anesthesiologists, and other operating room personnel as needed. This ensures interventions can be implemented quickly to avoid or mitigate long-term neural deficit. We invite you to be part of a company that is dedicated to patient safety as we continue to stay ahead of the curve in finding ways to reduce patient risk and improve surgeon satisfaction.
CONNECT WITH A RECRUITER
SpecialtyCare continues to grow and we’d like you to grow with us. We are the industry leader in IONM services across the country, taking part in over 110,000 cases each year. We provide to over 450 hospitals nationwide and support more than 1,700 surgeons.
Why Work With SpecialtyCare?
As the largest provider of intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) services in the nation, supporting 110,000 cases annually, we strive to provide our customers the best in clinical care. And that begins with hiring the best people. If you are looking for a new opportunity that challenges the idea of a traditional operating room setting and provides you some unique benefits, we want to talk to you.
Whether you are a neurologist early in your practice, or looking for a mid-career change, or perhaps you’ve retired but looking for a rewarding way to supplement income, SpecialtyCare has something to offer you.
Here are just some of the benefits of becoming a SpecialtyCare Remote Neuromonitoring Physician.
You must have an M.D. or D.O. degree, and be board certified in Neurology. You’ll need to be eligible for unrestricted medical licensure in the states where we provide services and where you reside. We love to see IONM, EEG, EMG/NCS, and evoked potential interpretation experience. If you have board certification in clinical neurophysiology – or a clinical fellowship in neurophysiology – all the better!
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