Baylor College of Medicine and Department Summary:
Baylor ( www.bcm.edu ) is recognized as one of the nation’s premier academic health science centers and is known for excellence in education, research, and healthcare and community service. Located in the heart of the world's largest medical center ( Texas Medical Center ), Baylor is affiliated with multiple educational, healthcare and research affiliates ( Baylor Affiliates ).
Baylor College of Medicine’s Scott Department of Urology and the BCM Faculty Group Practice (FGP) are seeking to hire a full-time, board-certified, fellowship- trained urologic trauma surgeon.
The Scott Department of Urology is renowned for high quality, personalized patient care; nationally recognized research in the area of urologic trauma; and a strong commitment to the education of future physicians and healthcare providers.
This position includes:
• An established Urology Department dedicated to professional growth and advancement of faculty
• A dynamic patient focused clinical practice that offers sub- specialty care in Urology
• Comprehensive base salary with guarantee and production bonus options
• Liability malpractice insurance coverage
• Daily resident interaction and active participation in all aspects of the professional education of learners In the clinical setting, in the OR at our affiliated hospitals.
• Develop and implement plans to ensure comprehensive, timely, and high quality patient care services with maximum operating efficiency.
• Participate in college, hospital, and community outreach activities to promote the Department of Urology and BCM.
• Ensure safe and effective care to patients adhering to policies, procedures, and standards within budgetary specifications, including time management, supply management, productivity, and accuracy of practice.
• Promote individual professional growth and development by meeting requirements for mandatory/continuing education and skills competency
• Provide Urology call coverage for Harris Health System and Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center
• Support department-based goals which contribute to the success of the organization.
• Serve as preceptor, mentor, and resource to less experienced faculty, staff, and learners.
• Attend required department, college, and hospital professional meetings.
• Medical degree from an accredited medical school.
• License to practice medicine in the State of Texas.
• Completion of orthopedic surgery residency training and trauma fellowship training from programs certified by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or equivalent.
• Board Certified/Eligible by the American Board of Urology
• Demonstrates expertise in patient care and male trauma and reconstruction
• Experience providing medical care within an academic setting or equivalent practice.
• Desire to teach residents, medical students, and other learners
• Willingness and ability to utilize an electronic medical record, EPIC preferred.
• Evidence of effective communication skills in a collaborative group practice environment
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.