Michigan Neurosurgeons and Brain Surgery Experts

COVID-19 ‘Shelter in Place’ Executive Order Update

In an effort to help a growing number of patients in need, Lansing Neurosurgery has committed to providing in-person appointments on a case-by-case basis. As a designated "essential service," we continue to comply with Governor Whitmer’s ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ order. Our efforts to provide this vital care are balanced with our commitment to the safety and well-being of our patients and staff. This includes closely following CDC guidelines related to strict social distancing, and other crucial measures including a "patient-only" office policy. 


Michigan's best neurosurgeons and brain surgery experts comprise Lansing Neurosurgery, a Centis Health Partner, and the premier provider of neurosurgical services in the Mid-Michigan region. Our board-certified physicians treat brain and spinal disorders and trauma, using the most appropriate surgical and non-surgical techniques to restore patients to their best health. Since 1964, we have worked to stake our claim as brain surgery experts and the top neurosurgeons in Michigan and have worked to establish strong referral relationships with doctors throughout Michigan. This has made us a top neurosurgical resource serving the Mid-Michigan, Lansing and East Lansing communities around the clock. We take a holistic approach to patient care, collaborating with you and your family and employing surgical and non-surgical treatments along with a treatment plan for you individual situation. 
 
Our goal is simple: To provide our patients and referring physicians with exceptional care, clinical expertise and state of the art services. It is important to note that all of our Michigan spine and brain surgeons are Associate Clinical Professors of Medicine at Michigan State University (MSU) and serve as the Neurosurgeons to MSU Spartan Athletics.

 If you're looking for the best neurosurgeon in Michigan, your search should begin at Lansing Neurosurgery. 


RN Job Posting

The Registered Nurse (RN) is a clinical position who provides direct nursing support for neurosurgeon both in office and during the patient's hospital stay including assisting during surgeon.

Position Accountabilities

In-Office

  • Performs patient clinical intake function including rooming patients, vital signs as appropriate, reviews PFSH and medical reconciliation Conducts and documents a nursing assessment for physician's review Schedules patients requiring surgery and coordinates testing and special instructions.
  • Responds to questions from patients and serves as liaison with surgeon pre and post-op.
  • Assists in completing routine and special forms for patients.
  • Acts as in-office nurse to coordinate response to patient inquiries.
  • Takes night and weekend call on a rotating basis.

In-Hospital

  • Assists surgeons in coordinating activities including discharges on patients of the practices Assists surgeons in surgery as requested.
  • Inputs standard orders and modifications under direct physical supervision of physician.
  • Assures patients receive follow up appointments, discharge instructions and any teaching required by the practice.
  • Documents as may be necessary in hospital and office record within scope of nursing practice.

Qualifications

  • Minimum Education: RN licensure in the State of Michigan: previous nursing experience preferred but not mandatory
  • Working Conditions: May be exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases. Exposure to unpleasant elements (accidents, injuries, and illness). Subject to varying and unpredictable situations. Handles emergency and crisis situations. Subject to irregular hours.
  • Physical Requirements: Occasional prolonged standing/walking. Occasionally lifts, positions, pushes and/or transfers patients. Occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching.

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