Banner Health Physician - Academics - Hepatology Job in Phoenix, AZ in Phoenix, Arizona
Physician - Academics - Hepatology Job in Phoenix, AZ
*Academic Medical Director Hepatology
Banner Health Phoenix, AZ 85006
Accepts J1 Visas:No
Accepts H1B Visas:Yes
Loan Assistance:Not Specified
Practice Type: Employee
Verified Date: 09/16/2020
Job ID: 815153
Employer Job ID: RTP-2638/POS1911
Medical Director Hepatology Transplant
Banner University Medical Center-Phoenix
The Division of Hepatology Transplant at the University of Arizona and Banner University Medical Group is recruiting BC Hepatologist to join its current academic faculty team. This is an excellent career opportunity for a Hepatologist with training and experience in managing all phases of transplant care. This role will be providing leadership to the team in all advanced Liver Disease practice. The Hepatologists work with a dynamic multidisciplinary team and are directly involved in selection committee,quality assurance initiatives, education and research in this growing program.
Must have 3-5+ years practice experience
Academic Leadership experience is preferred.
AZ medical license (or eligible to obtain)
BC in Hepatology
Essential functions include:
Upper Endoscopy procedure
This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Hepatologist to join the Clinical Faculty team with Banner University Medical Center in Phoenix. Candidates should have a strong commitment to patient care, excellent teaching and clinical skills and a desire to support translational research. Qualified candidates will receive a faculty appointment to the University of Arizona consistent with their credentials.
UNIQUE BENEFITS TO THIS POSITION
Banner Health and University of Arizona Health Network have come together to form Banner – University Medicine, a health system anchored in Phoenix and Tucson that makes the highest level of care accessible to Arizona residents. At the heart of this partnership is academic medicine – research, teaching and patient care. Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix, formerly Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, is a nationally recognized academic medical center. The world-class hospital is focused on coordinated clinical care, expanded research activities and nurturing future generations of highly trained medical professionals who serve the community. The university of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix inspires and trains exemplary physicians, scientists and leaders to optimize health care in Arizona and beyond.
Career development The Transplant Hepatology position offers excellent opportunities to begin and advance your career in academic medicine. Become involved with the education and training of Internal medicine/GI residents, fellows and medical students within an academic setting. Opportunities include: teaching and mentorship of Internal Medicine/Gl trainees, preparing/presenting at Departmental/Divisional meetings, involvement with GI/Hepatology clinical research including presentations at National meetings and opportunities for clinical research training through a Masters in Clinical Research pathway.
Physician-led system Banner health is focused on the well-being of our patients and our providers, We offer excellent compensation including attractive salary, relocation assistance, fully paid occurrence-based malpractice, paid CME plus allowance and excellent benefit package options that provide security for you and your family.
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Facility & Location Information
Banner University Medical Center - Phoenix
Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ 85006
Banner Health Organization Profile
Ms. Joanna Wilkes
Physician Recruitment: Sourcing Strategist
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Work: (602) 747-4521
Type Of Employer: In-House
Agency Information: Please, No Agency Solicitation
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