Pediatric Emergency Medicine Faculty Opportunity
The Duke Department of Pediatrics is recruiting a faculty member to join our growing Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. We welcome physician-educators or physician-researchers. Candidates should be board-eligible or board-certified in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
Responsibilities for the physician-educator will include patient care, education of pediatric and emergency medicine residents and quality improvement. Protected time for other academic activities will be determined based upon interest and prior productivity. Physician-researchers will have reduced patient care and education responsibilities that will allow them to pursue a well-defined research agenda. Protected time for research or other academic activities will be negotiated based upon interests, research training and prior productivity.
Faculty in the Division of Hospital & Emergency Medicine have a large amount of contact time with trainees and medical students. In the course of providing state-of-the-art clinical care, we have received the Division Teaching Award 5 of the past 7 years. We welcome faculty who love caring for kids and sharing that expertise and passion with learners at all levels.
We work in an 18-bed, dedicated pediatric emergency department located adjacent to the adult emergency department. We are a Level 1 Trauma Center. All pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties are immediately available. We have an excellent working relationship with our Emergency Medicine colleagues.
The Department of Pediatrics at Duke has a long history of excellence in patient care, graduate and undergraduate medical education, and clinical, laboratory and health services research. The Department of Pediatrics is in a period of significant growth. Within the Division of Hospital & Emergency Medicine, opportunities for leadership exist in virtually all aspects of emergency care (e.g., EMS, disaster management, trauma, toxicology, quality improvement, patient safety, global health, etc.).
The successful candidate will benefit from the resources and stimulating, collaborative environment within the Duke School of Medicine, the Department of Pediatrics, the Division of Emergency Medicine in the Department of Surgery, and the many other nationally recognized Departments across the Duke campus.
Interested individuals should send their CV to:
Clay Bordley, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Chief, Division of Hospital & Emergency Medicine
DUMC Box 3096
Durham, NC 27710
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