ACADEMIC INTERVENTIONAL PULMONOLOGY PHYSICIAN
The Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care division at OHSU is seeking a fellowship-trained Interventional Pulmonologist to join as full-time faculty. The faculty member will be joining one other IP attending to collaborate on the growth of the Interventional Pulmonology program, incidental lung nodule program, lung cancer screening program, and development of a fellowship in interventional pulmonology. Candidates should demonstrate evidence of productivity in an academic setting including a publication record, the ability to work in a collaborative research and clinical environment, strong written and verbal communication skills, an interest in teaching residents and fellows, and should qualify for academic appointment at OHSU at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. Responsibilities include performing advanced diagnostic and/or therapeutic bronchoscopy procedures at the OHSU Marquam Hill campus, attending in outpatient IP & Lung Nodule clinics, provide inpatient IP consultation, and participate in weekly multidisciplinary thoracic tumor board conferences. Clinical time in the Medical ICU is optional.
Certification & Requirements:
- MD or DO degree
- Board certified in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
- Board certified or board eligible in Interventional Pulmonology
- Qualified for unrestricted medical licensure in the state of Oregon I
- f not IP board-certified, must demonstrate robust procedural experience in advanced bronchoscopic and pleural procedures (including but not limited to: flexible bronchoscopy, cEBUS, rEBUS, navigation bronchoscopy, pleural procedures, thoracic ultrasound, endobronchial valves, etc)
- At least 2-years post-graduate clinical experience is desired
OHSU is Oregon’s major academic referral and research center with a growing national reputation for excellence in patient care. Expanding expert clinical services for patients with lung disease in the pulmonary clinic and critically ill patients in the Intensive Care Unit ensure a growing demand for pulmonology and critical care medicine diagnostic services as well as numerous clinical and translational research opportunities.
OHSU is expanding rapidly to meet the needs of the growing population in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Portland is one of the most desirable and livable cities in the U.S.; situated between the coast and the mountains, you’re never far from an outdoor adventure. With walkable, family-friendly neighborhoods and an emphasis on biking and public transportation, you’re never far from Portland’s thriving restaurant scene, unique shops, music, and a robust arts and culture experience.
To apply, please upload your CV, cover letter, and three references at www.ohsujobs.com and under listing 2023-25986. Letters of interest may also be uploaded and may be addressed to Matthew Drake, M.D., Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Interim Division Chief. Feel free to contact Adriana Sleigh, Division Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. For more information on our IP program, please visit our webpage at https://www.ohsu.edu/school-of-medicine/pulmonary-critical-care-medicine/interventional-pulmonology-program. OHSU supports a diverse workforce and is proud to be an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization.