The University of Missouri School of Medicine
Academic Orthopaedic Surgeon – Hand & Microvascular
All Ranks, All Tracks
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Missouri, School of Medicine, is seeking a hand and microvascular orthopaedic surgeon to join its thriving academic center and Level 1 Trauma Center. Our reputation for patient care, education, and research has made us one of the fastest-growing practices in the Midwest, anchored by the Missouri Orthopaedic Institute (MOI). The MOI opened in 2010 as the largest freestanding and most comprehensive Orthopaedic center in the region and recently completed our expansion.
Our practice offers the following benefits to enhance your career:
Lucrative financial and benefits package
Faculty appointment rank at Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor – all clinical tracks
Strong accredited residency and fellowship programs
An effective balance of clinical and academic responsibilities
- Successful completion of an orthopaedic residency program accredited by ACGME, AOA, or RCPSC
- BC/BE in Orthopaedic Surgery through ABOS
- Be currently completing or have successfully completed one full year of education in an ACGME accredited Surgery of the Hand fellowship program or a Canadian Orthopaedic Association accredited Surgery of the Hand fellowship program.
- For the purposes of this application platform, board-certified/board eligible are considered experienced.
Employees of the University of Missouri and University of Missouri Healthcare are eligible for the Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program.
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