Full-Time Cardiothoracic Anesthesiologist/Intensivist
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POSITION: Full-Time Cardiothoracic Anesthesiologist/Intensivist
OPENING: Flexible Start Date between 9/2020 and 9/2021
University Anesthesiologists has an opening for a full-time, board-certified/board-eligible, fellowship-trained cardiothoracic anesthesiologist/intensivist to join our growing academic practice via a partnership tract
- About the practice
- Stable operative cardiac volume involving primarily on-pump CABG, AVR, TVR, mitral valve repairs and replacements (including thoracotomy approach mitral surgery, minimally invasive aortic surgery, and hybrid Convergent Procedures) with hospital plans for expansion of scope and scale
- Expanding percutaneous structural heart service including TAVRs, MitraClips, and Watchman
- No LVADs or heart transplants currently
- Well-equipped cardiac ORs with the latest TEE equipment
- Diverse clinical experience, with approximately 1/3 of clinical time engaged in directing CT cases and 2/3 directing other sub-specialty cases (vascular, neurological, ortho, general, etc.)
- Advanced TEE call spread across a group of 7-10 faculty
- General OR call spread across a large faculty pool
- About the position
- Competitive compensation
- Excellent benefit schedule including retirement benefits, health insurance, and paid time-off
- Balanced call responsibilities divided among a large team
- Administrative services provided include HR, IT, legal, billing and support services
- Academic appointment through the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, with concomitant opportunity for Socratic and didactic teaching as well as scholarly activity
1. Current Tennessee State Medical License or in the application process
2. Current D.E.A. Certificate or in the application process
3. Appropriate level of specialty designations (Board Certified/Board Eligible)
4. Insurability (malpractice)
5. Completion of a cardiothoracic anesthesia fellowship (required)
6. Certified/Eligible in Advanced TEE (required)
7. Completion of a critical care fellowship (optional)
ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The successful candidate will be expected to meet the following (with additional expectations, assignments, projects, and duties that may be required):
- Demonstrate excellent diagnostic and procedural skills
- Be capable of excelling in a patient-centered, academic team environment
- Provide high quality and efficient care
- Demonstrate a sincere desire to educate physician trainees on all aspects of cardiothoracic anesthesia
- Be willing to contribute to the academic goals of the department and institution through research, education, or other institutional leadership opportunities
- Participate in peer review, quality assurance, provider meetings, and other clinical meetings
- Assist in updating or maintaining protocols and standard work of practice as requested
- Possess the highest integrity and patient-centered focus
In this capacity, the physician shall embrace and understand the philosophy, goals and objectives of University Anesthesiologists and work collaboratively to achieve them. The physician must be cognizant of and comply with all University Medical Center and group policies and procedures, as well as pertinent state and federal regulations.
All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.
ABOUT OUR GROUP, HEALTH SYSTEM AFFILIATION, and COMMUNITY
University Anesthesiologists (UA) has a significant tenure with The University of Tennessee Medical Center (UTMC) and the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine (UTGSM), dating back over 40 years. Since 1979, UA has provided the physician leadership for The University of Tennessee Medical Center Department of Anesthesiology. The anesthesia group, now over 30 board-certified anesthesiologists, provides perioperative, critical care and pain management services through faculty physicians who have fellowship training in every subspecialty of anesthesiology. As a branch campus of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, the UTGSM was established at the opening of UT Medical Center in 1956. The core anesthesiology residency has been continuously accredited since 1957. A perioperative medicine fellowship was established in 2016 in collaboration with the renowned UTK Haslam School of Business, and an application for a pain management fellowship has been submitted to the ACGME, which will be reviewed this fall.
UT Medical Center is the only academic medical center in the Knoxville area, with a referral base including Eastern Tennessee, Southeast Kentucky and Western North Carolina. As a Magnet designated hospital, UTMC has a growing regional and national reputation. UTMC serves as the Level 1 Trauma Center for the Knoxville area, as well as the region’s Level III NICU. Over 50,000 anesthetics are provided each year for patients who are served by all seven of the institution’s Centers of Excellence. As the academic component of UTMC, the UT Graduate School of Medicine includes 400 faculty physicians and researchers, and 225 residents and fellows who train in 15 ACGME-accredited specialty and subspecialty programs.
Our practice is nestled near the Smoky Mountains, and East Tennessee’s many lakes, rivers, and parks provide the perfect setting for outdoor activities. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Big South Fork recreation area are within an hour’s drive, and the Tennessee River is in clear view from the UT Medical Center campus. In addition to having easy access to rural peaceful settings, Knoxville has a robust fine arts community along with an active music scene. Knoxville has a passionate sports crowd, with UTK providing nationally recognized football, basketball, and baseball programs. A minor league baseball team, the Smokies (a Cubs affiliate), is a short drive from downtown Knoxville.
Knoxville is the third largest city in Tennessee and is home to the University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Aluminum Company of America, Tennessee Valley Authority, and HGTV. Knoxville has a progressive science and technology corridor and is emerging as a national leader in many areas of technology. There is no state income tax in the State of Tennessee, and Knoxville has a thriving economy, as well as excellent public and private school systems. Knoxville is a day’s drive from two-thirds of the population of the U.S, and is on an international waterway. Furthermore, McGhee Tyson airport is a 10-minute drive from the medical center campus.
Knoxville consistently ranks as one of the U.S. top cities to live in - it truly has a small town feel with big city amenities.
Please submit a cover letter that highlights how you will contribute to executing our vision and a copy of your Curriculum Vitae to Greg Broyles, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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