Neurologist Honolulu, Hawaii


Company Description
The Queen’s Health System is a non-profit healthcare organization with four hospitals, over 70 specialty health care locations, and labs throughout the Pacific region, including Hawai'i. With a rich history of serving the people of Hawai'i, Queen's is the state's largest employer, with over 10,000 caregivers, medical staff and leadership. Queen's is accredited by The Joint Commission and is the only hospital in Hawai'i to achieve Magnet status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Our state-of-the-art facilities serve as the major referral center for cancer, cardiovascular disease, neuroscience, orthopedics, surgery, emergency medicine, behavioral health medicine, and is a major teaching hospital.
Our team at the Neuroscience Institute (NSI) at The Queen’s Medical Center is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art medical treatment for patients with a wide range of neurological and neurosurgical conditions and diseases. With the most comprehensive team in Hawai‘i for both acute and outpatient neurology care, we’re here to help you or your ‘ohana get the best care possible.
Provides neurology services to Queen’s Medical Center (QMC) patients through direct patient care, and teaching and supervision of students and residents from the John A. Burns School of Medicine and assigned residents from other programs.
  • Provides medical and neurological services including admissions, consultations, follow-up care, and crisis management to non-critically ill neurology patients. Serves as admitting attending or consulting physician, as appropriate.
  • Assists in the triage of appropriate transfer of non-critically ill neurological patients.
  • Participates in stroke code coverage on a rotational basis.
  • Evaluates patients in the ED for questions of appropriate admission of neurological patients.
  • Develops and implements program and performance improvement activities which would serve to optimize neuroscience patient care.
  • Teaches and supervises students and residents from the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine and assigned residents from other programs.
  • Participates in the education of nursing staff and other allied health professionals.
  • Maintains and promotes a work environment that provides maximum safety and health and encourages safety awareness. Reports unsafe conditions and injuries/illnesses and incidents in a timely and proper manner. Performs duties in accordance with safety and health rules and standards and uses safe work techniques.
  • Charge tags and documentation all done timely, accurately, legibly and in compliance with QMC guidelines, CMS regulations and PATH rules.
  • Supports the philosophy and objectives of the organization and assigned department and demonstrates a commitment to overall organization success.
  • Performs duties and demonstrates behaviors appropriate to the Queen’s Health Systems’ core values of compassion, aloha, respect, and excellence and fosters superior customer service.
  • Complies with organization policies and procedures, including Corporate Compliance policies and QHS Code of Conduct, all applicable laws and regulations, and all regulatory agency requirements.
  • Protects patient/customer confidentiality and complies with HIPAA regulations.
  • Participates effectively as a team member in assigned area to achieve team goals and objectives.
  • Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with patient and family, team members, physicians and other staff.
  • Develops and maintains technical and other job related competencies.
  • Observes all safety and health regulations; ensures compliance with Joint Commission and accrediting agencies, as required; and, performs work in accordance with policies, procedures and standards of the organization, including attendance, punctuality and dress standards.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Graduate of an accredited School of Medicine or EC FMG certification.
  • Board certified or board qualified in Neurology. If board qualified, board certified within two (2) years of employment. 3. Current unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Hawaii.
  • During the period of employment, shall be and remain a member of the QMC medical staff in good standing with appropriate privileges without restriction.
  • Qualified for an appointment on the faculty of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine.
Base salary begins at $293,839/year with opportunity for productivity and quality incentives.       
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Vet