Open Rank Faculty Position in Anesthesiology - (1700020I)
The University of Maryland Department of Anesthesiology is growing. We are seeking BE/BC Anesthesiologists, especially those with interests in joining the Divisions of Pediatric, Critical Care Medicine, Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology, or Adult Multi-Specialty Anesthesiology. Expected rank for these positions is Assistant Professor or higher, however, rank and tenure status is dependent on candidate's qualifications. Responsibilities include clinical care and teaching of fellows, residents, medical students, student nurse anesthetists, and paramedics. The Department offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and a generous retirement plan. Academic time is available for academic, scholarly and administrative activities.
Pediatric Anesthesiology - Subspecialty-board certified pediatric anesthesiologists provide dedicated 24 x 7 anesthesia coverage for over 3000 cases per year, representing the complete scope of pediatric anesthesiology, including: open-heart, kidney transplantation and neonatal emergent surgery as well as more routine procedures involving children presenting for ENT, proton-beam irradiation and acute pain management procedures. Preference will be given to those qualified candidates with interest in and/or experience staffing open heart surgeries for congenital heart disease. Candidates must be certified (or eligible) for added ABA subspecialty qualifications in pediatrics.
Critical Care Medicine - Faculty members in the Division of Critical Care Medicine provide care for patients in the surgical intensive care unit, neurosciences intensive care unit, cardiac surgical intensive care unit, and trauma/neurotrauma intensive care units at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Division faculty serve as site investigators for investigator-initiated multi-center trials and are involved in unique clinical, translational and basic science research with collaborators from the Shock Trauma and Anesthesiology Organized Research Center. Faculty members oversee an ACGME-approved fellowship. Candidates must be certified (or eligible) for added ABA subspecialty qualifications in critical care medicine or in neurocritical care.
Trauma Anesthesiology - Anesthesiologists in the Trauma Anesthesia Division care for patients in the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center of the University of Maryland Medical Center, the nation's busiest trauma hospital and a leading center worldwide for trauma-related research. Faculty members are engaged in assessment and resuscitation of trauma patients including critical care and acute pain management. Candidates with ABA-approved fellowship training in Critical Care or Cardiac Anesthesia are preferred.
Cardiothoracic - CT division faculty members staff cases at two hospitals, providing anesthesia for over 1600 patients (50 heart-lung transplants; 1000 on-pump cases) and performing over 1400 TEE studies. The division's research is focused on blood management and disorders of coagulation and there are numerous opportunities for clinical, translational, and basic research. Faculty members oversee an ACGME-approved fellowship. Candidates must be fellowship-trained and certified (or eligible) in Perioperative TEE.
Adult Multi-Specialty - Faculty members in the AMS division provide anesthesia for more than 22,000 cases per year including orthopedic surgery, endoscopy, vascular, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, ENT, gynecology, plastics, podiatry, urology, transplantation, oncology and general surgery. Anesthetic care is provided in 27 modern surgical suites, two endoscopy suites and off-floor locations throughout the University of Maryland Medical Center. Candidates with fellowship training are preferred.
Community Anesthesiology – Department members will either individually provide anesthesia or direct an anesthesia care team in both community hospital and ambulatory surgical center settings. Typical cases are drawn from most surgical specialties excluding open-heart, obstetrics, and complex neurosurgical and vascular cases. Proficiency in ultrasound-directed nerve blocks is preferred.
For immediate consideration, please send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to:
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
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Organization: SOM Clinical Departments
Job Posting: Mar 2, 2018
Internal Number: 78481
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