The Department of Dermatology of Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine/VCU Health located in Richmond, VA, is seeking full time faculty members to participate in both clinical practice and medical student/resident education at our urban campus and in our new, community-based suburban office at Stony Point. The dermatology department includes Mohs surgery, phototherapy, laser surgery, a contact dermatitis lab, and clinical research opportunities.
Major responsibilities include clinical practice and education of residents and medical students. As a member of an academic community, candidate should be prepared to contribute to the organization via activities in clinical research, quality improvement/patient safety, and governance committees. Successful candidates should also demonstrate interest in research/scholarly activity through journal publication and national meeting presentations. Successful candidates for the position must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in Dermatology.
In addition to Board Certification/Eligibility, the successful candidate should have completed training in an approved Mohs fellowship program. Major responsibilities of this position include a Mohs micrographic surgical practice and medical education. Through the virtues of a highly stimulating academic setting, the candidate should seek opportunities for participation in clinical research, publication, quality improvement and patient safety. The successful candidate should demonstrate interest and ability in research/scholarly activity through professional journal publication and national meeting presentations.
The positions require a commitment to working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff and student environment. The position will be offered at an academic rank that is commensurate with qualifications. Interested candidates please contact Janelle Tolentino, Physician Recruiter, email@example.com or call: 804-229-8705
BC/BE in Dermatology
Internal Number: M59935
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Virginia Commonwealth University Health is the region's only Level 1 Trauma center. As part of the VCU’s School of Medicine, physicians provide quality patient care services, teach the next generation of physicians and conduct important research. Nationally known for cutting-edge medical advancements and diagnostic insights, VCU Health physicians aim to be the provider of choice for quality healthcare that is patient-centered, physician-driven, accessible, efficient and evidence-based to reflect the values of an outstanding integrated academic practice.
US News and World Report ranked VCU Health the No. 1 hospital in Virginia and the Richmond Metropolitan area. Our Nephrology, Pulmonology, Orthopaedics and Urology programs ranked among the top 50 in the country. VCU was also ranked “high performing” in Oncology, Cardiology, Diabetes, Gastroenterology, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurosurgery, Rehabilitation and Otolaryngology. With more than 600 physicians in 200 specialties, VCU has the areas only NCI-designated Cancer Center - Massey Cancer Center, and a full-service children’s hospital – Children’s Hospital of Richmond.