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Academic Dermatology - Mohs Surgery Opportunity

Trinity Health
Maywood, Illinois
Closing date
Jun 10, 2025

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Full Time
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The Loyola University Medical Center is actively seeking a full-time fellowship trained Mohs Surgeon - Dermatologist for our academic dermatology practice.

We are a small but growing faculty with a diverse patient population. Our practice includes general and complex medical dermatology, transplant dermatology, cosmetic dermatology, hospital dermatology, pediatric dermatology, and dermatopathology.

This position is for ambulatory Mohs surgery at our Oakbrook Terrace site, as well as some general dermatology (time allocation negotiable). Our teaching program has 10 dermatology residents who are eager to learn surgical techniques and Mohs, and we wish to recruit someone with a strong interest in teaching and mentorship.

Minimal requirements: MD/DO, completion of - or on track to complete - an accredited Mohs fellowship with board eligible status in Mohs, and eligibility or IL medical license and federal DEA registration.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right Mohs Surgeon to join Loyola University Medical Center.


Loyola University Medical Center offers an excellent compensation and benefits package for the right candidate.

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