Academic Clinical Hepatologist in Kansas City
The University of Kansas Health System’s Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Motility is seeking a full time Academic Clinical Hepatologist to join our growing team.
The successful candidate will join our nationally recognized team which includes six Transplant Hepatologists, fellows, Gastroenterologists, and Transplant Surgeons. The responsibilities of the position include patient care, research, and teaching.
Qualified candidates will have
- MD degree
- ABIM certification in Gastroenterology
- Fellowship training in Transplant Hepatology
- Experience in academic clinical hepatology
The University of Kansas offers competitive salary and benefits package. Academic appointment is commensurate with experience.
Interested candidates contact:
Terri Houchen - Physician Recruiter
(913) 945-6756 or email@example.com
The region's premier academic medical center
As a tertiary/quaternary inpatient hospital, we advance the power of medicine to heal even the most acutely ill patients in this region and beyond. We are unwavering in our goal to be the best healthcare provider in the United States.
A partnership of excellence and collaboration
Here, physicians work with an entire team of professionals to teach, conduct research and care for patients. Through the health system’s strong partnerships with The University of Kansas Physicians and the University of Kansas Medical Center, our physicians have the resources to practice evidence-based medicine at the highest level. As faculty of the medical school, hospital physicians train the next generation of physicians.
- Expert physicians in more than 200 specialties
- Innovative research shaping the standards of care
- Advanced patient care and world-class service
- A vibrant community and rich opportunity
A world-class patient experience
Every member of our staff continually works to ensure the best experience for every patient. As a result, our facility has been nationally recognized for more than a decade. We've been ranked among the nation’s best on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals lists.
The 2018-19 national rankings for The University of Kansas Hospital:
- Cancer, #42. Eighth year in a row.
- Cardiology & Heart Surgery, #24. Recognized 12 years in a row.
- Diabetes & Endocrinology, #18. Sixth time the program has made the list.
- Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, #42. Eighth year in a row on the list.
- Geriatrics, #23. Eighth time geriatrics has made the list.
- Nephrology (kidney), #39. On the list nine times.
- Neurology & Neurosurgery, #31. Seventh consecutive year.
- Pulmonology, #41. Ranked for the ninth year in a row.
- Urology, #23. Made the list for the seventh time.
The hospital is also listed as “high performing” in orthopedics, which means we scored in the top 10 percent of all hospitals receiving a score in this specialty. In addition, University HealthSystemConsortium ranked us among the top 10 in quality and safety among the nation’s top academic medical centers.
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