Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington, invites nominations and applications for the position of Associate Medical Director for Critical Care.
Harborview Medical Center (HMC) is the only Level I Trauma Center in the Northwest region and is one of the major teaching hospitals for University of Washington Medicine. HMC is a nationally recognized teaching hospital with a long-standing culture of excellence in patient care, innovation, performance improvement, education and research. HMC has 89 intensive care beds with a collaborative model of critical care involving 6 major specialties. HMC’s patients benefit from state-of-the-art care, an advanced-trained nursing staff, and a commitment to quality and value.
HMC is seeking a full-time faculty member to serve as Associate Medical Director for Critical Care who will be responsible for medical leadership and physician oversight of critical care, ensuring optimal care coordination of critical care services in the medical center, and lead a multidisciplinary team directed at achieving excellence in critical care.
The successful candidate will have excellent clinical skills, outstanding communication and leadership skills, and a demonstrated record of quality and performance improvement in critical care. Excellent teaching skills and a track record of academic scholarship is required. Candidates are expected to qualify for a University of Washington faculty appointment at the Assistant, Associate Professor or Professor rank (without tenure). The department and rank will be dependent upon qualifications. Candidates must have an MD degree (or equivalent) and be board certified in Critical Care Medicine.
We are now accepting nominations and letters of interest. Please submit nominations or a letter of interest with a CV to:
Peter Esselman, MD
Chair, Associate Medical Director for Critical Care Search Committee
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