The Department of Critical Care Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is seeking a fellowship-trained Critical Care physician. This academic position involves active participation in education, research, quality improvement and clinical practice. Candidates must have a strong commitment to an academic career in Critical Care Medicine.
Candidates must be ABA, ABEM, ABIM, or ABS critical care medicine board-certified or board-eligible. Candidates residency training may be in internal medicine, anesthesia, emergency medicine, or surgery. Additional training in subspecialties like Cardiology, Infectious Diseases, nephrology, etc welcome. Candidate should have experience in multidisciplinary critical care.
Skill sets for the complex critical care of patients with solid organ transplant*, stem cell transplant, cardiovascular surgery, advanced heart failure, ECMO, neurosciences critical care, and medical-surgical critical care are expected. Additionally, ability to function as a communicative, collaborative member of a multidisciplinary, multispecialty team is vital.
The Intensive Care Unit at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is a vigorous 48 bed unit that cares for a broad spectrum of medical and surgical critical illnesses in support of a quaternary hospital. Our ICU in Arizona recently underwent a major expansion with the addition of 18 new beds opening earlier this year.
Our desirable location in the beautiful Sonoran Desert of Phoenix offers many opportunities for a rewarding lifestyle. Mayo Clinic offers funded CME including travel and a robust relocation package. For consideration, you will need to apply online.
Inquiries may be sent to:
Ayan Sen, MD - Chair, Department of Critical Care Medicine c/o Connie Carlin, Physician Recruiter email@example.com Mayo Clinic in Arizona
*Experience supporting patients post-lung transplant is preferred.
Mayo Clinic is excited to expand its Transplant Center by launching a Lung Transplant Program in Arizona, with transplant evaluations beginning in Summer 2024 and the first lung transplant surgery anticipated in Fall 2024. It will complement the well-established kidney, pancreas, liver, and heart transplant programs. With state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and a wealth of experience, Mayo Clinic is well-positioned to uphold its tradition of excellence in solid organ transplantation.
Mayo Clinic in Arizona performs over 800 solid organ transplants annually. The Transplant Center is known for its innovative approach to patient care, pioneering transplant research, and post-graduate education opportunities. A team of specialists in medical and surgical disciplines, including nursing, psychology, social work, respiratory/physical/occupational therapy, pharmacy, and nutrition, supports the transplant programs.
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