The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is pleased to announce the national search for its next Chair of the Department of Urology. We welcome applications from experienced academic leaders with outstanding clinical skills, scholarly activity, strong business acumen and a national reputation in the field. With robust infrastructure and resource commitments, we believe this role to be one of the top leadership roles available in academic urology.
The Department of Urology at the Medical College of Wisconsin is currently one of the premier programs in the Midwest. The organizational structure of the department is divided into adult and pediatric divisions. The Department boasts 24 adult and pediatric provider FTEs, with plans to add up to five in the coming year. Faculty are locally, nationally, and internationally recognized for their excellence in clinical care, research, and education in all areas of urology. Clinical programs provide extraordinary, specialized care for the spectrum of urological disorders.
The pediatric practice serves patients locally and regionally, including outreach practices in Kenosha, Fox Valley, Green Bay, and Marshfield. The adult practice serves patients in locations from West Bend to Oak Creek. The adult faculty also provide the equivalent of three FTEs of urology care at the Zablocki VA Medical Center. In addition to faculty and APPs within the department, there are three staff physician urologists and one APP practicing in Menomonee Falls and West Bend. The faculty MDs and staff physicians are close collaborators.
In addition to general urology services, the department offers care in the following subspecialty programs: Female and Reconstructive Urology, Kidney Stones and Urinary Stone Disease, Male Sexual and Reproductive Health, Pediatric Urology, Urologic Oncology.
Key Opportunity Highlights:
- Direct the development and implementation of a strategic plan that will guide the department into the future Work in a thriving academic environment with dynamic and diverse expertise in all areas of Urology and significant growth in numbers of faculty and trainees Build on existing and create new interdisciplinary clinical and research effort Opportunity to mentor residents at training locations throughout the system (Froedtert, Children’s Wisconsin, and Zablocki VA Medical Center) Both the adult and pediatric divisions offer fellowships. The pediatric urology fellowship is an ACGME‐accredited one year fellowship, while the male infertility/andrology fellowship is an instructor‐fellow position Research within the department is focused primarily on clinical trials and outcomes research
- Future development plans include: Full-service Gender Affirmation Surgery Program (in conjunction with Plastics, OB/GYN, Endocrine, and Internal Medicine), increased community staff integration, establishment of several new fellowship programs, as well as growth in both research and clinical services
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is the state’s only private medical school and health sciences graduate school. The core of everything we do at the MCW is academic medicine, which brings together scientists, clinicians, students, and community members to solve challenges in health and society. MCW is a diverse group of thought leaders collaborating to build a healthier world. Every study we conduct, and every patient we see, leads to new learning and a continuous cycle of life-changing knowledge.
Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Nominations and applications, including current curriculum vitae and a cover letter stating qualifications and reasons for interest in the role, may be submitted to Wesley Millican, MBA, CEO and Physician Talent Officer, CareerPhysician, C/O Kerry Henry at Kerry@careerphysician.com. All interactions will remain confidential, and no inquiries will be made without the consent of the applicant. We are dedicated to the principles of equity and diversity and particularly encourage those of diverse backgrounds to apply.
The Medical College of Wisconsin is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants for employment whose qualifications are commensurate with anticipated job responsibilities and position requirements will be considered and treated equally without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, weight, height, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic.