The Division of Pulmonary Care and Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) provides expert care for patients with lung diseases in our pulmonary clinics and critically ill patients in our intensive care units. In addition to our commitment to outstanding clinical care, we are proud of our extensive research programs, from basic science to clinical trials. Our educational mission includes teaching on many levels, including our two fellowship programs in Pulmonary Critical Care and Critical Care Medicine.
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Function/Duties of Position
- Clinical: Provision of inpatient or outpatient clinical duties in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, as assigned by Division and Department leadership.
- Administrative, Educational, and Academic: Qualified candidates may be considered for the administrative role of Clinical Chief (10% effort). The Clinical Chief of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine is responsible for overseeing the clinical mission of the division, with an emphasis on quality clinical care and incorporation of our service, educational, and research mission across our broad clinical footprint. The PCCM Clinical Chief will work closely with Division Head, Division Manager, Clinical Directors of MICU, Pulmonary Ambulatory and Pulmonary Ambulatory Subspecialties, Pulmonary Inpatient Consult Service, Allergy and Immunology Ambulatory and Consult, Pulmonary Diagnostics, and ECMO, and with the DoM Vice Chair for Clinical Programs. In addition, the Clinical Chief will work with the directors of the CVICU, teleICU and VICU, and any potential new services to oversee the participation of PCCM faculty/fellows and staff in these services. Educational responsibilities include meeting the general expectation related to the Fellowship and Resident rotations when on call, presenting at and otherwise participating in division grand rounds and other conferences. May be assigned to a PCCM/CCM fellow as a mentor. Will participate in fellowship recruitment. Further administrative and educational responsibilities will be developed in conjunction with the division head.
- Research: You will have the opportunity to engage in scholarly activity in the area of your expertise.
- MD/DO or foreign equivalent
- Must have or be eligible for an unrestricted Oregon Medical License
- Board Certification eligible in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine or Critical Care Medicine