In this role, the selected candidate must have clinical research experience as being a principal or co-principal investigator in clinical trials in the area of clinical oncology or breast cancer and participation in industry or cooperative studies.
The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in program development, a broad base of clinical knowledge and particular interest/expertise in developmental pediatrics, spasticity, and neuromuscular conditions.
The candidate must be board eligible or board certified by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology and have completed either a pediatric residency or, if internal medicine trained, must have completed an allergy/immunology fellowship with significant training/experience in pediatrics or have significant clinical experience in pediatrics.
This position provides direction, and day-to-day management of educational activities. This includes administrative duties to the Residency training program, and educational coordination between attending physicians and residents. Will work in conjunction with the Residency Program Coordinator.
The Medical Director attends to patients, provides medical consultations for the medical staff and institutional officials, and functions as the liaison for clinical matters with medical providers outside the institution.
The qualified candidates must be Board Certified in Emergency Medicine through American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) or American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine (AOBEM) and be clinically active in Emergency Medicine with some administrative experience.
The incumbent will be responsible for oversight of quality initiatives such as Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Hospital Based Inpatient Psychiatric (HBIPS) outcomes, patient experience scores, compliance with Physician Order Entry (CPOE), establishment of policies and procedures to improve consistency and appropriateness of all services provided by the program, and provide treatment and consultations for the Psychiatric/Adult Emergency Department.