Creighton University School of Medicine (CUSOM) and CHI Health Clinic is actively seeking a Palliative Medicine Physician to be the program director for an ACGME accredited Palliative Care Fellowship Program. This is an exciting role to join a faculty team involved in medical education, including key teaching roles for medical students, residents and fellows. The Program Director will be responsible to identify and implement strategies for program growth and development along with educating and training medical staff. The successful candidate must be board certified in Palliative Care with three years’ experience in an academic program.
We are seeking a collaborative program director that can be a partner in our success, and contribute to our palliative care program (inpatient consult, outpatient care, sub-acute care and hospice facilities) and teaching. The ideal candidate should be passionate about team-based care, and building high value palliative care models across the continuum of care, including home and community. They will identify and participate in grant funding and clinical research. The position will have a faculty appointment with the Creighton University School of Medicine - Department of Medicine commensurate with qualifications.
This opportunity offers:
• Well-established Palliative Care Program and Providers • Opportunity and system support to develop a Fellowship Program • Participation in an Academic Health system across the Network
Additional Salary Information: Competitive Compensation / Full Benefits / Moving Expense and much more
About Creighton University School of Medicine / CHI Health
CHI Health is a regional health network headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. The combined organization consists of 15 hospitals, two stand-alone behavioral health facilities, more than 150 employed physician practice locations and nearly 15,900 employees. The health network is the largest in Nebraska and serves residents of Nebraska, southwest Iowa and northern Kansas.