The Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, is proud to announce openings for full-time board certified/board eligible physiatrists with a strong desire to further their academic careers and advance the science and education in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Competitive salaries and generous benefits come with these positions.
Positions currently available are:
1) General Physiatrist - The department seeks one (1) full-time board eligible/board certified physiatrist to expand our general inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services at Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Outpatient services include neurorehabilitation/stroke and electrodiagnostic testing. Inpatient services include coverage of the General Rehabilitation Inpatient Unit and inpatient consultations up to five (5) months per year. General rehabilitation outpatient services would also be provided at Froedtert Hospital or other off-campus locations.
2) SpineCare Physiatrist - The department seeks one (1) full-time physiatrist at our SpineCare clinic. SpineCare is a transdisciplinary team-based program which consists of Physiatry, Neurosurgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, and Case Management. Brief position description:
- Full-time position for a board certified/board eligible physiatrist with interest in the treatment of patients with non-interventional spine disorders. This position would involve primarily outpatient services, with limited inpatient call coverage. Outpatient services include musculoskeletal medicine, interventional procedures and other spine related treatments.
Successful candidate will have strong clinical abilities, well-refined interpersonal skills, enthusiasm, and commitment to our academic missions. Fellowship training or special expertise in an area of PM&R is highly desirable.
The department enjoys a large integrated program with 30 faculty at three major teaching hospitals; i) Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Administration Hospital, ii) Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, and iii) Children?s Hospital of Wisconsin.