The University of Nebraska Medical Center Is Hiring Faculty Anesthesiologists
Why Join Our Team?
Growth, teamwork, and a culture of wellbeing
- Flexible schedule in a family friendly environment
- Prioritization of physician wellbeing with ample resources and leadership support
- Culture of teamwork and hands on-help utilizing the Anesthesia Care Team model
- Work closely with excellent resident physicians and certified registered nurse anesthetists
- Develop subspecialist expertise while maintaining a broad range of clinical skills
- Increased work satisfaction by focusing on 2-3 anesthesia subsections of your choice
- Non-clinical time for career advancement, academic pursuits, clinical research, and teaching
- Nebraska Medicine, our hospital partner, has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report for the past 20 years
- Omaha, NE is rated by Forbes magazine as one of top five best cities to raise a family, has a thriving arts and entertainment scene and cost of living is 19% less than national average
Our department is comprised of 80 clinical faculty, 80 CRNA’s and 50 residents and fellows. We are currently hiring anesthesiologists for our Multispecialty division, which cares for adults undergoing non-cardiac surgery or labor and delivery. The division specifically covers: OB, Neuro, Vascular, Thoracic, Trauma, and Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain, Abdominal Organ Transplantation and Ambulatory Anesthesia. We are committed to continuously fostering a diverse team that leverages the rich opportunities that can be generated through an array of ideas, backgrounds, and experiences.
Our compensation package is extremely competitive and includes comprehensive benefits, generous employer paid retirement contributions, CME, and paid time off. The ideal candidate must be an MD/DO (or equivalent degree), who is board certified/eligible in anesthesiology.
Questions may be addressed to:
Sasha K. Shillcutt, MD, Professor and Vice-Chair
Department of Anesthesiology
Individuals from diverse backgrounds, especially women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.