The Palliative Medicine Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center invites applications for a Johns Hopkins University faculty position. We are seeking candidates to serve as Physician/Clinician Educator for our dynamic program, which is currently focused on the inpatient setting, with the plan for growth of outpatient services. Our vision is to provide excellent clinical care, innovative upstream education, and a culture in which providers can thrive.
We are seeking a candidate with strong clinical and collaborative skills, as well as an interest in education. Candidates should have fellowship training and board-eligibility or -certification in Hospice & Palliative Medicine OR two (2) years’ experience in field beyond board certification. Academic rank will be commensurate with level of experience.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center offers a unique environment, one that combines the prestige and opportunities of a highly respected academic medical center with the personality and camaraderie of a community hospital. The position provides exciting opportunities for educating bright and motivated residents and students, as well as conducting quality improvement and research projects with the support of outstanding mentorship.
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