Duke's Division of Emergency Medicine is seeking experienced physicians to join their expanding faculty.
Duke University Medical Center is a Level I Trauma Center with over 75,000 visits annually, a state of the art facility, and a competitive EM residency program. This is an excellent opportunity to join a progressive and innovative EM faculty group in an outstanding, world class healthcare system.
Duke Emergency Medicine offers two tracks for physicians:
Academic Track: For those physicians seeking a full-time academic career, with educational focus, or seek the opportunity to participate in research. Duke University offers a wide range of opportunities for clinical practice, teaching, and research through relationships with specialty services, Duke-owned community affiliates, the VA, and Duke Clinical Research Institute.
Clinical Track: Best suited for those physicians who prefer a straight clinical focus, but desire to work in a stimulating, academic setting with residents and students. An annual minimum 400 hours is required.
Candidates must be EM residency trained, board certified/prepared, and have a demonstrated interest in being part of a teaching and learning community. Fellowship training or expertise in EMS, Pediatrics or Ultrasound a plus.We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Faculty rank is commensurate with credentials.
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