Critical Care Medicine PhysicianJob ID 140562BR Date posted 05/06/2021
- Phoenix, Arizona
- Full Time
- Pulmonary / Critical Care / Sleep
You are invited to partner with the nation’s best hospital (U.S. News & World Report 2020-2021), ranked #1 in more specialties than any other care provider. Practicing at Mayo Clinic provides a rewarding career that promotes excellence in patient-centered care. You can thrive in an environment that supports innovation and has a wealth of resources available to you – including an integrated EMR and collaboration with top specialists – to give your patients the quality of care you want to achieve.
The Department of Critical Care Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is seeking a fellowship-trained Critical Care physician. Candidates must be ABA, ABEM, ABIM, or ABS critical care medicine board-certified or board-eligible. Candidates residency training may be in internal medicine, anesthesia, emergency medicine, or surgery. Additional training in subspecialties like Cardiology, Infectious Diseases, nephrology etc is welcome. Candidate should have experience in multidisciplinary critical care.
The ICU at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is a vigorous 30 bed unit that cares for a broad spectrum of medical and surgical critical illnesses in support of a quarternary hospital. This is poised for a major expansion with addition of 18 new beds over the next 2 years. Skill sets related to the complex ICU care of solid organ transplant patients, stem cell transplant patients, cardiovascular surgery and advanced heart failure patients, ECMO, neurosciences critical care, and medical-surgical critical care are expected. This academic position involves active participation in education, research, quality improvement and clinical practice. Candidates must have a strong commitment to an academic career in critical care medicine.
Mayo Clinic offers funded CME and a robust relocation package. Our desirable location in the beautiful Sonoran Desert of Phoenix offers many opportunities for a rewarding lifestyle. For consideration, you will need to apply online. Inquiries may be sent to:
Ayan Sen MD, M.Sc
Chair, Department of Critical Care Medicine
c/o Connie Carlin, Physician Recruiter
Mayo Clinic in Arizona
License or certification
Candidates residency training may be in anesthesia, emergency medicine, internal medicine, or surgery.
Critical Care Fellowship required.
Candidates must be ABA, ABEM, ABIM, or ABS critical care medicine board-certified or board-eligible.
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