Teach resident orthopedic staff regarding practical and theoretical aspects of spine surgery. Medical students instruction regarding application of orthopedic surgical techniques. Patient care related to spine surgery in conjunction with resident education. Basic and applied research in Orthopedics. Emergency room coverage - spine call and general call. Administrative including committee work in hospital and medical school. Attendance at continuing education courses including participation. Minimum Qualifications:
BC/BE. Must have completed at least one year spine fellowship or have specific academic experience.
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