Assistant or Associate Professor in the Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York Full-time positions
The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), a leading academic institution, seeks outstanding candidates to join the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Clinical opportunities include outpatient general pulmonary and pulmonary subspecialty practices, an interventional pulmonology program, inpatient pulmonary consultation services, a broad array of critical care medicine practices, and an active sleep medicine program. Applicants with interest in focusing on ambulatory pulmonary medicine (including leadership), quality initiatives, sleep medicine, or interventional pulmonology are particularly encouraged. We are also expanding programs in our community hospitals, and we seek individuals with the clinical and leadership skills to help these programs grow and thrive. Substantial opportunities and resources for teaching and clinical research are available. We have competitive Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine and Critical Care Medicine fellowship programs, with long-standing continuous support provided by a NIH T32 training grant. The University of Rochester is a national leader in translational research and lung biology research, and maintains a strong and active program in faculty development. The Rochester area affords the best in stress-free living, including affordable housing, easy commutes, highly ranked public schools, and varied cultural, recreational, and outdoor activities.
We seek individuals with a passion for academic medicine who are board-eligible or board certified in Pulmonary Diseases and/ or Critical Care Medicine to join our diverse and collegial faculty group. Interested candidates should send their CV, a letter of interest and the names of three references to Ann Bauman, Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14642-8692 or firstname.lastname@example.org. URMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority and women candidates are encouraged to apply.
We seek individuals with a passion for academic medicine who are board-eligible or board certified in Pulmonary Diseases and/ or Critical Care Medicine to join our diverse and collegial faculty group.
3 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 210577
About University of Rochester Medical Center
Overview of the University of Rochester Medical Center
The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) forms the centerpiece of the university’s biomedical research, teaching, patient care, and community outreach missions
URMC’s health care delivery network is anchored by Strong Memorial Hospital, a university-owned teaching hospital boasting programs consistently recognized nationally. URMC’s mission is to be a home for healing, learning, research, and innovation committed to improving health and quality of life for our patients, families, and community.
URMC is transforming its clinical enterprise through an accountable care model, creating a multi-county regional delivery system that cares for its communities and also serves as a laboratory for research and teaching. As an integrated campus with university-owned schools, hospitals, and related facilities, URMC makes a major impact on the region and serves as a model nationally.
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE & DENTISTRY
The School of Medicine and Dentistry (SMD) is organized into basic science and clinical departments as well as interdisciplinary research centers. Most basic science and clinical researc...h is undertaken in the School through its full-time faculty. School faculty have garnered over $160 million in annual federal research funding and more than $200 million in total external funding.
STRONG MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
An 846-bed teaching hospital, Strong Memorial Hospital is the largest and most specialized hospital in western New York State. Led by president and CEO Steven Goldstein, the hospital is devoted to providing compassionate, patient- and family-centered health care. In addition to offering traditional and established medical care services, Strong has numerous distinguished tertiary and quaternary services. Strong Memorial Hospital, is designated by the New York State Department of Health as a Level One regional trauma and burn center. It is home to nationally renowned clinical care, including Upstate New York’s only cardiac and liver transplant programs, the Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience, Golisano Children’s Hospital, and the Wilmot Cancer Institute, Upstate’s premier cancer center providing comprehensive cancer care with expertise in precision medicine, complex cancers and clinical trials. In fiscal year 2017, Strong discharged 35,424 inpatients and had 96,323 Emergency Department visits. The 55,000-square-foot Frank and Caroline Gannett Emergency Center is the only emergency facility in the region to have a dedicated Children’s Emergency Center.
As a teaching hospital, all of Strong’s medical staff members have faculty appointments at the SMD and supervise and teach residents and students. The result is a learning environment immersed in research, education, community and innovation. Strong is also characterized by having medical clinicians who are comfortable working in an interdisciplinary, team-based environment, deeply committed to consistently deliver a high-quality patient experience. This includes working to build partnerships with patients and their families, identifying ways to empower patients with information and recognizing the tools they need to make informed decisions about their healthcare.
Founded in 1889, Highland Hospital has a history of innovative and personalized care. The hospital is a regional leader in specialties such as bariatric surgery, total joint replacement, geriatric care, gynecologic oncology, prostate cancer treatment, women's health services, and maternity. Its affiliation with the University of Rochester Medical Center has provided access to leading edge technology, research and resources spurring growth in orthopaedics (including joint replacement, bone tumors, and nationally recognized programs in geriatric fractures), bariatrics, colorectal diseases and Neuromedicine. This collaboration offers expanded care options for the community, fosters productive interchange between URMC and community physicians and gives medical students and residents the opportunity learn and practice in a community hospital environment.
Founded in 1904, the F.F. Thompson Hospital collaborates with URMC to provide high quality care to more than 165,000 people in the region. With a focus on women’s health, geriatrics and surgical care, it is home to the Sands Cancer Center, a collaborative program with Wilmot Cancer Institute.
Thompson Health is an affiliate of University of Rochester Medical Center and is widely recognized as a provider of high-quality medical care. It includes the 113-bed, recently renovated and expanded F.F. Thompson Hospital, 188-bed M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center (24-hour skilled nursing care and adult day care), Independent senior apartments and enriched living residences at Ferris Hills at West Lake, primary care services, rehabilitation services, cancer care and family health and wellness services. The system is led by CEO Michael Stapleton Jr., and serves the greater Finger Lakes region.