Assistant, Associate, or Professor of Cardiology

Lexington, Kentucky, United States
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Job description

Requisition Number: FE01121

Department Name: 7H354:INTERNAL MEDICINE & DIVISIONS – CARDIOLO

Work Location: Lexington, KY

Type of Position: Faculty

Tenure Track Status
Non-Tenure Track

Required Education:

MD Degree or Equivalent

Required Related Experience:Completion of residency training in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship

Clinical cardiology experience is required.

Required License/Registration/CertificationKy Medical License;

Board certified in Internal Medicine;

Board eligible or board certified in subspecialty of Cardiovascular Diseases;

Job SummaryThe Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Kentucky is seeking a faculty member to primarily focus upon the care of patients with cardiovascular diseases within the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. This position will have regular assignments in the faculty rotations to cover inpatient services (CCU, consult, floor), in the cardiac catheterization laboratory, and interpretation of echocardiograms, nuclear cardiology, and other procedures including outpatient cardiology clinics. Most all of these activities will include clinical care teaching activities with medical students, residents, and fellows.

Professional Development activities such as attending continuing education meetings, workshops, lectures, and other activities will be necessary to participate in the various missions of the Department, the College, and the University.

Please include an updated curriculum vitae when submitting your application. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and will continue until the position is filled.

How to apply

Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?: NoApply online

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