The University of Texas Medical Branch Assistant Professor - Orthopaedic Surgery - Spine in Galveston, Texas
Candidate should be a graduate of an accredited medical school, have completed an ACGME approved residency training program, general orthopedist with interest and training in spine surgery, be Certified/Board Eligible in Orthopaedic Surgery and have a Texas Medical license without restrictions.
From $350,000 To $400,000 Annually
Specific Job Related Duties
The purpose of this position is to provide faculty support to meet the teaching, research and patient care needs of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation and assist in fulfilling UTMB's threefold mission.
The person in this position is responsible for providing direct patient care, including surgery, consultative services, outpatient services and care of hospitalized patients. He/she participates in all teaching activities of the Department including conferences and lectures, bedside teaching and rounds; house staff supervision in the operating room, clinics and in-patient services; continuing medical education; and local, regional and national meetings. Students include medical students, house staff, nursing students and allied health students. In addition, the person in this position will have administrative responsibilities including supervising and evaluating residents, providing medical direction and participating in committee memberships at the departmental and Health system level.
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Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Type: Regular
Job Title: Assistant Professor - Orthopaedic Surgery - Spine
Job ID: 62037
Business Unit: SOMED