New York


Suny Downstate


State University of New York Downstate Medical Center

Orthopaedic Trauma


The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center is seeking BE/BC academic orthopaedic surgeons with sub-specialty training in orthopaedic trauma. Fellowship training or equivalent experience is required.

The SUNY Downstate Medical Center is the only academic medical center in Brooklyn, a vibrant borough of 2.7 million people and the largest medical school in the state. Serving as a tertiary referral center for a large multicultural population, the pathology is challenging and diverse. Our surgeons cover four Level I/II trauma centers and further plans to expand require the addition of talented orthopaedic trauma surgeons and an academic Director with strong business and managerial skills.

The candidates must be interested in scholarly endeavors and the promotion of research activities. A strong commitment to the patient care as well as the teaching of residents, medical students, nurses and other healthcare providers is required. Strong clinical, administrative and interpersonal skills are required. The successful candidate is expected to assume administrative responsibilities, mentor residents, develop a referral program and conduct research.

Competitive academic salary includes an excellent benefits package and the potential for significant income through the practice plan. Salary and level of appointment will be commensurate with the qualifications of the applicant.

William P. Urban, M.D.
Associate Professor & Chairman
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation Medicine Chief, Division of Sports Medicine

SUNY Downstate Medical Center
450 Clarkson Avenue • Box 30 • Brooklyn, New York 11203
(718) 270–2179 • FAX (718) 270-3983 •


Posted: 11/28/2018



Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon

Long Island, NY

Private orthopedic practice seeking a BC/BE Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon to add to growing eight physician practice.  Long Island is home to the best schools in the country, beautiful beaches, and is less than one hour from New York City.

  • Three office locations in Suffolk County, Long Island.
  • Established for over 57 years with a long standing, excellent reputation.
  • Multiple hospital affiliations including a busy trauma ED.
  • Call coverage is currently 1:7.
  • Practice has strong sports medicine, hand and upper extremity surgery, and general orthopedic base.
  • High-tech offices and ancillaries including EMR, digital xray, ultrasound, MRI, PT, OT and DME.
  • Competitive compensation with generous benefits, partnership track, and flexible schedule.

Now accepting CVs and scheduling interviews in November and December 2018.  For more information on this opportunity, please contact J.W. Taylor, Doctors Network and Associates, at 800-933-1884 or


Posted: 10/02/2018
Updated: 11/15/2018




University of Vermont


Practice on the Adirondack Coast of Upstate New York.

The University of Vermont Health Network - Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital ( in Plattsburgh, NY seeks an orthopedic surgeon to join its practice. The opportunity is for an orthopedic surgeon desiring a general orthopedics practice with interest in Trauma and Arthroplasty.

CVPH is a certified Level III trauma center and works closely with UVM Medical Center, a Level I trauma center 1 hour away, to provide orthopedic trauma support for northern NY. Practice in a collaborative environment in new state-of-the-art space with access to the latest technology. H1B’s considered.

Plattsburgh ( offers a family-oriented community on Lake Champlain, near the Adirondack Mountains, the Olympic-Lake Placid region, Burlington, VT and Montreal.

Contact: Lisa VanNatten: 800-562-7441 or


Posted: 10/04/2018




New York


The NYU Langone Department of Orthopedic Surgery is recruiting a fellowship trained orthopedic trauma surgeon.  The successful candidate will be based at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center (JHMC), a busy level one trauma center in Queens, New York that services a diverse patient population. The position will also have clinical responsibilities at other NYU sites based upon availability.  JHMC is a major teaching center for the NYU Langone Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program.  There are six orthopedic residents from NYU Langone, a PA, one PA student and several medical students assigned to the JHMC service on a full-time basis. 

            We expect the applicant to actively participate in the ongoing research within the trauma service as there are many IRB approved clinical and basic science studies in progress.  Academic productivity is an integral part of this job and is required by the Chief of Service.  The NYU Langone Department of Orthopedic Surgery is a national leader in resident education and the education of residents is one of the most important functions of the department.  All faculty are required to actively participate in resident education.  The successful applicant should anticipate spending a significant amount of time working closely with residents and being an integral part of the teaching service.

            In summary, we are looking for a self-motivated, team player that is interested in being clinically and academically productive.  The applicant must enjoy working with residents and is expected to be an enthusiastic participant in resident education.  A willingness to live and work in the New York metropolitan area is also of paramount importance.   

Interested candidates should apply with CV and cover letter at:


Please direct any questions to


Posted: 09/18/2018