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FACULTY POSITION in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine seeks a transplant pulmonologist at the Associate Professor/Professor level to join a 3-person transplant pulmonologist team and direct the University of Maryland Baltimore pulmonary transplant program. The lung transplant program is centered at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The successful applicant will be BE/BC in pulmonary and critical care and have experience in transplant pulmonology as well as strong clinical, teaching and research skills.

We offer a generous compensation package and an environment supportive of professional development. Interested candidates should submit cover letter, CV and a brief statement summarizing clinical and research interests to Tiara Williams , Physician Recruitment Coordinator, Tiarawilliams@umm.edu .

Please reference position number 3-309-780 in your cover letter.

The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
University of Maryland Medical System is a multi-hospital system that has genuine impact throughout our State...and beyond. Our twelve outstanding hospitals and numerous ambulatory centers not only offer you a choice of locations from urban to suburban and rural but also a choice of practice settings, including academic, teaching, and community. Since our inception as a private, not-for-profit corporation in 1984, we have pursued a clinical vision of providing measurably safe and quality care to the citizens of the State and region. Our goal is and always has been that every patient receives the same high standard of care, no matter where or when they make use of our services. Our focus on excellence in care quality and safety is evident in everything we do: from our application of evidence-based medicine aimed at reducing hospital-acquired infections, to continuous improvements in our operational design, facilities, and technologies. In fact, our efforts in quality improvement have allowed us to achieve mortality and unplanned readmission rates below benchmarks available from other Maryland hospitals. We're extremely proud of our successes to date. However, we know that achieving our clinical vision cannot happen without active physician leadership and support. To that end, we strive to recruit physicians committed to excellence in both clinical quality and service. And we give them the support they need to take their career and to take patient care to new levels together.