at University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, Kansas, United States
Internal Medicine: Pulmonary (PMPC #1405)
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Position Summary / Career Interest:Internal Medicine: Pulmonary
About the position
Provide inpatient medical care to critical care patients in a tertiary care teaching hospital.
Diagnose, manage, and deliver care to critically ill patients in one of 5 Medical ICU teams, inclusive of bone marrow and solid organ transplants.
Lead ICU teams comprised of trainees, advanced practice providers (Critical Care certified), nurses and specialists to oversee care for critically ill patients.
Supervise, teach, and train medical students, residents and pulmonary and critical care fellows.
Closed ICU model
Develop and conduct research and clinical trials in the field of critical care medicine
Applicant must have a M.D./ D.O. degree from an approved LCME/AOA medical school and satisfactory completion of an Internal Medicine residency and Critical Care fellowship from an ACGME accredited program
Must be eligible for Kansas medical licensure and BE/BC in Internal Medicine and Critical Care; BE/BC in another medicine specialty encouraged including pulmonary/critical care
About The University of Kansas Hospital
1,045-bed academic medical center
Provides access to over 200 medical specialties/services and to top specialists in their fields
10th consecutive year ranking with US New and World Report's "Best Hospital" designation
Consistently earns national recognition for outstanding quality and safety
"Best Hospital" in Kansas City for the 10th time & "Best Hospital" in Kansas for the 7th time (the only hospital to have received these awards since their inception)
Magnet designation in nursing achieved year over year
About Kansas City
The Kansas City metropolitan area has a bi-state population of greater than 2 million.
Hidden gem, winning the award of America's 4th Most Cultured City by Travel+Leisure magazine.
High-quality public and private schools and universities.
Affordable housing, including downtown lofts, suburban neighborhoods and rural properties.
Robust arts scene - museums, symphony, ballet, theater and more.
Outdoor activities year-round with more than 600 parks and 24 public lakes.
For more information contact:
Alison Woods, Director of Physician Recruitment
Time Type:Full time
Job Requisition ID:R-82
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