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Medical Director of Respiratory Therapy
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Dr. Brian Walsh
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Job Summary/Basic Function
The successful candidate will be expected to provide and ensure
direct physician interaction and involvement in student education
in both the clinical and classroom to ensure achievement of
programmatic goals and outcomes. The Medical Director (MD) will
work collaboratively with colleagues (within LU and LU affiliated
clinical sites) and advise Respiratory Therapy Faculty on program
objectives, goals, standards and laboratory equipment.
Additionally, the MD will actively participate in program
evaluation, curriculum design and program modification.
The Medical Director must be a licensed physician and Board
Certified as recognized by the American Board of Medical
Specialties ( ABMS ) or American Osteopathic Association ( AOA ) in
a specialty relevant to respiratory care, with recognized
qualifications, by training and/or experience in the management of
respiratory disease and in respiratory therapy practices.
Board certified in either internal medicine, critical care,
pulmonary medicine, emergency medicine, or anesthesia. Minimum 3
years experience. Prior teaching in medical or allied health
Average of 2-3 hours per week advising or educating students.
Special Instructions for Applicants
Please email resume to Dr. Brian Walsh at
Optional Documents Supplemental Questions
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Professional License(s)
- Letter of Recommendation
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