Hospitalist - Internal Medicine, Assistant/Associate Professor of Internal Medicine

Employer
University of Texas at Austin
Location
Texas, United States
Salary
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
May 20, 2022

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Position Type
Faculty Positions, Health & Medicine, Medicine
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time


Hospitalist - Internal Medicine, Assistant/Associate Professor of Internal Medicine

College/School/Unit: Dell Medical School
Department: Internal Medicine
Posted: Feb 6, 2020
Apply By: Open until filled

Description

The Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Internal Medicine is seeking exceptional, internal medicine-trained, board certified physicians to join our Division of Hospital Medicine as an academic hospitalist in clinical and educational programs at Seton Family of Hospitals/Ascension Texas.

Our hospitalist division supervises Dell Medical School residents and medical students on inpatient teaching services and also provides non-teaching and surgical co-management services at Seton Family of Hospitals/Ascension. Members of our division will participate in scholarly activity, faculty development, interprofessional care teams, patient safety reviews, quality improvement initiatives, and evaluation and education of residents and medical students.

Our patients come from all walks of life and so do we. At Dell Medical School, we are committed to promoting the diversity of our physician workforce, and we seek candidates with a commitment to advancing equitable and inclusive care for our patients and community.

Any candidate with interest in nocturnist or evening coverage will be highly considered.

Our Division is fully aligned with Dell Medical School's mission to revolutionize how people get and stay healthy by:
  • Educating leaders who transform health care;
  • Evolving new models of person-centered, multidisciplinary care that reward value;
  • Advancing innovation from discovery to outcomes;
  • Improving health in our community as a model for the nation; and
  • Redesigning the academic health environment to better serve society.


Additionally, our Division is committed to these core values:
  • We believe in our people— We engage the best talents of everyone in our division, because we see our people as our greatest source of strength. We strive for diversity, inclusion, equity, and wellbeing. We model generosity, respect, ethical conduct, and compassion for one another—and have fun doing so. We invest in personalized growth for everyone in our division, balancing fairness with individualization.
  • We are committed to excellence in our work—When we decide to do something, we strive to do it well. We inspire and invest in the next generation through exemplary teaching and role modeling. We are committed to creating a high-quality, human-centered, and equitable healthcare system. We speak and share truth through respectful conversation that creates deeper understanding of the people and systems around us. We believe everyone and everything can improve, if supported with kindness, enthusiasm, and a belief that “better has no limit.”
  • We are gritty advocates for a diverse, thriving community—We engage those around us with a deep sense of social responsibility and commitment to their wholeness as human beings, within the context of their individual circumstances. We explicitly attend to social determinants of health and wellbeing for our communities, and advocate for diversity, inclusion, and respect for every person because we believe this makes us all better. Even when resources are limited and social and structural forces push against us, we infuse our advocacy with hope and grit in order to serve our patients and our community.
  • We lead collaborative innovation—We seek opportunities for lifelong learning and creating new paths, ideas, and systems. We foster interprofessional collaboration and support for everyone with whom we work. We strive to learn and share in ways that improve quality, accessibility, reliability, value, and sustainability for our division, colleagues in other disciplines, Dell Medical School, Dell Seton Medical Center, and the University of Texas. We promote individual mastery of leadership in all its diverse forms and grow capacity for people to create systems that enhance healthcare delivery and create positive change in the world.

Qualifications
  • MD or DO degree with Board Certification (or Board Eligibility if within 2 years of residency) in Internal Medicine.
  • Unrestricted licensed to practice medicine in the State of Texas.
  • Strong clinical teaching skills.
  • Training and experience in quality improvement initiatives.
  • Eligible for appointment as an Assistant or Associate Professor.
  • Required Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification

Application Instructions

If you have any questions related to the position, please contact the Division of Hospital Medicine Recruitment Committee at DMSDHMRC@austin.utexas.edu.

For consideration, please submit an application via this posting. Applications can not be submitted via email.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
The University of Texas at Austin, as an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.


To apply, visit https://faculty.utexas.edu/career/58910 jeid-566c35efb9835b4caa7fa402a6c0f7e3

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