Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) is recruiting a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor for the Infectious Disease division. Become part of our warm, collegial, and nurturing environment! In joining our faculty, the successful candidate will enjoy ample opportunities to teach medical students, residents, and fellows in inpatient and outpatient settings. The successful candidate will have the interest, desire, and commitment to supporting a strong clinical program with a focus for high-quality education. EVMS is known for excellence in passionate teaching and clinical medicine.
The EVMS Division of Infectious Diseases is highly respected in the Hampton Roads region. The Division includes faculty members with expertise in infectious diseases and microbiology and has a sought-after ID fellowship program. Inpatient consultations are provided at the affiliated 525-bed acute care hospital: a level 1 trauma center and a major referral center for the region. The faculty also staff a diverse outpatient Infectious Diseases practice including Ryan White sponsored HIV care, hepatitis C management, outpatient parenteral antibiotic therapy (OPAT), and travel medicine. We manage complex tuberculosis patients at the health departments in the cities of Norfolk and Virginia Beach. In addition, we care for patients with multi-drug resistant pathogens at Lake Taylor Hospital, a long-term acute care hospital.
The Division members have a key role in the development and teaching of integrated microbiology curriculum for M1 and M2 medical students, and provide classroom and bedside teaching for M3, M4, and pharmacy students and residents. Division faculty are consistently engaged in many other academic activities including research and scholarship. Our faculty also supports our teaching hospital in infection control, antibiotic stewardship, and infusion center operations.
We are seeking a highly qualified individual who is board-certified or board-eligible and has completed an ACGME certified residency program in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Infectious Disease. Virginia medical license and DEA are required. The successful candidate will have the interest, desire, and commitment to support a strong academic clinical program. The position includes a faculty appointment, teaching opportunities and a competitive salary and benefits package. Mentorship and support will be available to excel in all areas of academic medicine.
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Eastern Virginia Medical School is proud to be one of the largest employers in Hampton Roads. EVMS is located in the historic port city of Norfolk, which is centrally located in the 1.8 million-person Hampton Roads area on the Chesapeake Bay, a short drive from the Virginia Beach oceanfront as well as many other historical and entertainment opportunities.
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