Our elite group of vascular neurosurgeons, with expert subspecialty neurologists, and neuroscience researchers pioneering treatments in neuro-health through advanced clinical trials, deliver the highest level of comprehensive care to our patients. Our team also includes advanced practice providers that apply an incredible breadth and depth of experience to the work we do.

We are some of the world’s leading innovators in neurosciences, with relationships within ambulatory, primary, and specialty care facilities across several states.

Why Global Neurosciences?

As a member of the GNI team, you’re part of a group of professionals who give their all to provide the most comprehensive, collaborative patient care.

See below/contact us using the webform for more information on available positions. 

- Chair of Neurology

Global Neurosciences Institute, in partnership with Drexel University College of Medicine, South-Central, NJ & Southeastern, PA

Salary: Negotiable

Closing Date: December 31, 2023

Global Neurosciences Institute (GNI), an independent, physician-owned neurosciences practice in the tri-state area (PA, NJ, and DE), is seeking an exceptional clinician-educator and leader capable of leading the Department of Neurology.  This position represents an exciting opportunity to lead a complex and growing department in a prominent practice highly respected for its clinical quality, education, research, and innovation.  GNI has initiated this national search in partnership with Drexel University College of Medicine.  The Chair of the Department of Neurology will be responsible for aligning strategic priorities and the operations associated with the program's clinical, educational, and research-based divisions.


  • Ensure and imbue a culture of respect, civility, and trust within the department;
  • Prioritize the enhancement of a culture of inclusion, diversity, and equity and promote cultural competence within all aspects of the department and the institution;
  • Demonstrate the importance and value of the faculty, trainees, and staff;
  • Invest in and support the well-being and success of all members of the department;
  • Provide strategic leadership for and collaboration with all neurosciences-related services, including its subspecialties;
  • Provide visionary, inclusive, and innovative leadership while listening well and communicating effectively to help the department thrive and prosper in its clinical, educational, research, and service missions;
  • Recruit, retain, and develop excellent faculty and administrative staff and support them in their local, regional, and national leadership positions and/or professional development opportunities;
  • Oversee the neurology clinical services for GNI;
  • Partner with the GNI neuro-network (partner hospitals and healthcare organizations) in support of their missions relevant to neurology services and strategize for future opportunities for collaboration;
  • Provide vision for how to manage and care for the complex neurological issues of the people of PA, NJ, and DE;
  • Be a good steward of the department’s and institution’s human, financial, space, equipment, and technical resources;
  • Promote outstanding clinical care that is of value to the community by ensuring the delivery of timely and high-quality care that is compassionate, evidence-based, and safe;
  • Work closely and collaboratively with the leadership to build, grow, and integrate areas of the faculty’s clinical expertise in a value-based fashion that results in excellent patient outcomes and positive patient satisfaction evaluations;
  • Assure delivery of excellent education while advancing the knowledge and professional growth of medical students, residents, and fellows, as well as technologists, nurses, advanced practice providers, clinical research coordinators, and administrative staff;
  • Provide leadership and oversight for the medical student rotations within the department;
  • Together with the Drexel University School of Medicine dean and department faculty, define and lead the department’s research strategy to drive innovation in neurological care and delivery, technology expansion, and evaluation of novel therapeutic agents to treat disease;
  • Together with the leadership team at Drexel, coordinate undergraduate education throughout multiple Drexel campuses;
  • Participate and contribute to leadership meetings at Drexel University College of Medicine;
  • Recruit, develop, and retain principal investigators and other faculty to the department and support their efforts to secure extramural grants in pursuit of departmental and institutional research priorities;
  • Ensure a deliberate and priority-driven investment into research, educational, and clinical activities for the department and institution;
  • Expand the department’s participation in extramurally funded clinical trials and basic research initiatives;
  • Supervise and partner with relevant parties to prepare, implement, and monitor a department budget that encompasses all funding sources and ensures compliance with grant, legislative, and institutional guidelines;
  • Build on the department’s endowments;
  • Ensure ethical, medical, and financial practices and reconciliation processes;
  • Support and encourage timely completion of compliance activities as necessary; and
  • Partner with the Dean’s office and the Medical Alumni Foundation to cultivate philanthropic support.


Foundational leadership roles in academic health care

  • Service as a chair, vice chair, division chief, or in a similar executive role with a record of developing clinical and scholastic programs, advancing the careers and achievement of faculty, other providers, and staff, and leading the educational activities of students, residents, and fellows.

Clinical leadership

  • Success managing complex clinical programs focused on access to care, quality delivery of care, and the patient experience.

Operational management

  • Financial and administrative acumen, with knowledge of the complex financial pressures challenging academic medical centers and healthcare delivery organizations. Experience in managing outpatient and inpatient (neurohospitalist) clinical areas is required.

Personal scholarship and work in support of others

  • A record of academic accomplishments as reflected in publications, research funding, and national and international society service. Demonstrated contributions to research success are expected, and a track record of research mentoring is desired.

Recruitment and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

  • Candidates should have enthusiasm for and experience in acting as an institutional agent to recruit and retain outstanding faculty, staff, and trainees and have demonstrated a drive to advance racial equity and address healthcare disparities.

Education, Certification, Licensure

  • The Chair will possess an MD or MD/Ph.D. or equivalent, a level of scholastic accomplishment that warrants an appointment as a full professor in the Drexel University School of Medicine, board certification in neurology, and either medical licensure or eligibility for licensure in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

- Neurohospitalist

Global Neurosciences Institute, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut

Global Neurosciences Institute seeks a Neurohospitalist to: provide on-site inpatient neurohospitalist neurology services at various locations in PA, NJ and CT, with a 7 day on/7 day off schedule; examine, diagnose, manage, and treat patients with neurological disorders; manage patients' other comorbidities following admission and treatment for acute neurologic issues; teach residents and fellows as required; and on call responsibilities. Requires: MD or foreign equivalent as determined by credentials evaluation or as evidenced by ECFMG certificate, BE/BC in Neurology, and eligibility for medical licensure in PA and NJ. Send resume to: Thomas Kurtz, VP Clinical Operations, tkurtz@gnineuro.org.


- Physician Assistant – Neurosurgery/Neurocritical Care

Global Neurosciences Institute, Philadelphia Region

Due to rapid growth of our program, we are looking to expand our inpatient management team with several Neurosurgical/Critical Care advanced practice providers (APP). The APP will work very closely supporting our neuroscience group by managing inpatient needs of all neurosurgical and critical care patients. This includes admission, ICU care, bedside procedures, OR first assist possibility, medical management, discharge and any inpatient needs.

Previous neurosurgical or critical care experience preferred. We are looking for APPs who are hardworking and most importantly - patient focused. Competitive salary, malpractice provided, medical benefits, license fee reimbursement, CME reimbursement, great working environment! Training and onboarding available for motivated new grads.

A well-established, rapidly expanding neurosurgical practice with multiple hospital affiliations in NJ and PA is looking to add APPs to our highly experienced inpatient practice team at our Crozer-Chester Medical Center location. We have the largest group of comprehensive, dual-trained vascular neurosurgeons in the Philadelphia region (conventional and endovascular neurosurgical capabilities) and are involved with leading edge research trials. Our comprehensive centers handle patients transferred from multiple outside hospitals.

Work Hours: 13 hours, rotating, days, nights, weekends

Minimum education: Master's degree

Required certification: NCCPA, Acute Care NP preferred, ACLS, BLS, PA/NJ State licensure, DEA preferred

Required Experience: Neurosurgery or critical care: 1 year preferred, will consider motivated new grads

Job Type: Full-time (80 hours- biweekly)

Work Location:

  • One location

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