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Neurological Surgery Jobs in Buffalo, New York

Neurological Surgery jobs in Buffalo typically have as a stipulation Neurological Surgery board certification (or eligibility) and an active New York medical license. Doing a Neurological Surgery residency or fellowship in New York is beneficial because it implies the physician is aware of NY licensure requirements.

Neurological Surgery salaries for the east region of the U.S., including Buffalo, NY, average around $520,027. By comparison the U.S. average Neurological Surgery salary is $548,186, meaning Neurological Surgery jobs in Buffalo pay about 94.9% of the national average.

Thanks to unusual insurance and liability laws of New York, care should be taken to address issues like insurance premiums.

More generally, the effect of the healthcare reform bill on reimbursement rates for Neurological Surgery practices is not yet obvious.

Major well-rated Neurological Surgery employers in Buffalo, NY include:

SHEEHAN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
425 MICHIGAN AVENUE
BUFFALO , NY 14203
7168482000
SISTERS OF CHARITY HOSPITAL
2157 MAIN STREET
BUFFALO , NY 14214
7168621000
HARPER COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
1003 US HIGHWAY 64 NORTH
BUFFALO , OK 73834
5807352555

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