Careers and Fellowships

Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine was recently recognized as a 2020 Top Workplace based on a survey by Energage in partnership with IndyStar. The recognition is based on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey that measures 15 drivers of engaged work cultures.

Our practice was recognized in the mid-size company category, but our scores placed us among the top workplace cultures, of any size, out of those organizations surveyed. Our employees rated Goodman Campbell highly in the following categories:

  • Employees believe Goodman Campbell is moving in the right direction.
  • Employees believe they are genuinely appreciated.
  • Employees feel that Goodman Campbell operates by strong values.
  • Employees feel they are part of something meaningful.

At Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine, we’re always looking for qualified candidates to fill our job openings.

Fellowship Opportunities

Learn about complex surgeries and procedures that only a few in the country have experience with: tumor resections and neurovascular work, including ischemic stroke thrombectomy, as well as brain aneurysm, brain arteriovenous malformation and dural fistula treatment. Current Goodman Campbell Fellowship programs include:

Neuroendovascular Fellowship
Vascular and Skull Base Fellowship

Medical Student Rotations

Beginning in 2020, our physicians accepted clinical assistant professorships with the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine. In July, this commitment allowed fourth-year medical students to have a neurological rotation with Goodman Campbell. Through the month-long rotation, students get a vast array of experiences in brain, spine, trauma, neurointerventional radiology and pain management. Because of their experience at Goodman Campbell, students will be able to share the knowledge and expertise gained to benefit their future patients.

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