Seattle Children's and the University of Washington School of Medicine are seeking a full-time , 12 month Pediatric Cardiac Intensivist. This position would be for an academic appointment as Assistant Professor, WOT; Associate Professor, WOT or Professor, WOT commensurate with experience and qualifications on the clinician educator pathway OR an annual academic appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor or Clinical Professor commensurate with experience or qualifications on the clinician-clinician pathway. The candidate's primary clinical responsibility will be to serve on our cardiac ICU service. Other clinical opportunities are available and can be tailored to individual interests. Depending on pathway, participation in clinical or translational research and educational activities will be expected.
Our state-of-the-art 20-bed Cardiac Intensive Care Unit is staffed 24/7 by dedicated cardiac intensivists. We have one of the highest volume heart transplant programs in the country, and a busy mechanical cardiac support program (VAD, ECLS & E-CPR). Our CICU faculty has non-clinical interests that include medical ethics, health economics, senior hospital administrative leadership, health disparities research, global health research and education, quality and safety improvement, medical education, clinical trials, and outcomes research. The CICU is staffed by a mix of cardiology fellows, critical care fellows, anesthesiology fellows, and advanced practice providers. The anticipated start date is summer, 2019.
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