PROFESSOR/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
September 25, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Director, Division of General Internal medicine
University of Texas Medical Branch
Job ID 24073
The Department of Internal Medicine seeks candidates for a Director, Division of General Internal Medicine at the Associate or full Professor level. The candidate must have prior administrative and leadership experience. The ideal candidate should have research interests and expertise in health care quality and hospital medicine. Knowledge of general medicine health care delivery systems in the inpatient and ambulatory setting is desirable. The current division of general internal medicine includes 18 internists with a strong clinical program. The Division is active in the education of medical students and training of residents. The successful applicant must work closely with the Program Director for the Internal Medicine residency program to help meet the ACGME requirements.
The Department of Internal Medicine has 160 faculty and 11 academic divisions with fellowship programs. An attractive recruitment package with support to expand the Division will be provided. Interested candidates should have an MD degree or equivalent and have a license or be eligible to obtain a license to practice medicine in Texas. The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston actively encourages interest from women and minorities and is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.
Evaluation of applications will be ongoing until the position is filled. Please send curriculum vitae to:
Established in 1891, UTMB has a long history of advancing health science education, research, and patient care. We were the first Academic Health Center in Texas and home to the state’s first schools of medicine, nursing, and allied health sciences. UTMB is comprised of 4 schools, 3 institutes, with 3 hospitals and clinics throughout the state supporting medical education. The Medical School enrolls 230 students per class and 1 in 6 Texas physicians have trained at UTMB.