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Job Description for Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Division of Digestive Health & Liver Diseases
Title: Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Institution: University of Miami
Division: Division of Digestive Health & Liver Diseases-Gastroenterology
Reports to: (Paul Martin) Chief, Division of Digestive Health & Liver Diseases
Faculty Appointment: Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Salary Range: $260,000-$270,000@ 1.0 cFTE
Date: July 1, 2021
Type of Position: Full-Time
Summary of Job Responsibilities:
The physician in the clinician educator track is responsible for providing direct outpatient clinic and procedures, and inpatient care to gastroenterology patients at UHealth clinic locations, Jackson Memorial Hospital, and UHealth Towers. He/she will rotate on call after hours, weekends, and holidays proportionate to other faculty. He/she will provide teaching of fellows, residents and medical students at conferences and in clinic and procedures as deemed necessary.
Outline of additional responsibilities include but are not Limited to:
Independent coverage of inpatient consults and concurrent care at JMH and UMH
Perform inpatient and outpatient endoscopic procedures at Lennar, UHT, and JMH
Will be assigned evening, weekend and holiday call proportionate to other physicians
Teaching of residents and fellows as necessary
Will be assigned proportionate level outpatient clinics at UHealth locations equivalent to 9 half days for a full time clinician educator
MD Degree and ACGME US Internal Medicine Internship and Residency
Completed 3 year ACGME US Gastroenterology Fellowship
Valid American Board Certification in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology (or board eligible)
Valid unrestricted Florida Medical License or eligible to apply (must have license prior to credentialing)
Valid DEA licensure
Current ACLS and BLS certification required
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Completion of US ACGME 3 year gastroenterology fellowship
Must maintain CME to meet institutional and state licensing requirements
Must have excellent clinical knowledge and experience to provide safe and quality care to patients and meet institutional standards of care
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, tuition remission and more.
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