Physician–Rheumatology (Berkeley Medical Center) – 133
West Virginia University – Eastern Division is seeking a Rheumatologist (academic ranks available: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor) for the School of Medicine. Position is primarily clinical and outpatient based in Berkeley County. Job duties include providing clinical care and teaching medical students and residents in the area of rheumatology; scholarly activities are also highly encouraged.
Must have a MD, DO degree or foreign equivalent. Completed ACGME certified residency program in internal medicine and fellowship in rheumatology. West Virginia Medical License and DEA registration required. Board eligibility/board certification in Rheumatology medicine. All qualifications must be met by the time of appointment.
Successful candidates will enjoy the benefits of practicing in a faculty practice plan (University Health Associates) integrated with our regional community hospitals. Our Eastern Panhandle location is little more than an hour from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD. A rural atmosphere and a lower cost of living mixed with the easy accessibility to the Washington/Baltimore areas make the Eastern Panhandle an ideal place in which to live. While our counties are among the fastest growing counties in the state, congestion and traffic are minimal.
Academic rank will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications. The position will remain open until filled. WVU offers a highly competitive and comprehensive recruitment package which includes occurrence based malpractice.
Interested Candidates should send CV to:
Tina R. Stover, MS, FASPR
System Director of Physician Recruitment
2000 Foundation Way, Suite 2310
Martinsburg, WV 25401
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