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Division of Cardiovascular Medicine

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The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is internationally known for its work in the diagnosis and management of complex heart disease.

Our physicians and students believe strongly in the prevention of disease and are active in efforts that emphasize risk-factor modification. This includes participating in community outreach activities such as Mini-Med school, health fairs and blood-pressure screenings, to educate people about risk factors and the steps they can take to keep their hearts healthy.

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 Advanced Heart Failure (Position 3-309-758) As part of the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Heart Failure program expansion, the Department of Medicine is actively recruiting a nationally recognized expert to help continue the growth of our extensive programs in heart failure, cardiac transplantation, and mechanical circulatory support.  The section is nationally known with an excellent track record in cutting edge mechanical circulatory support, heart transplant and in advanced heart failure.  The University of Maryland Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and Maryland Heart Center is home to some of the brightest minds in the world in medical and surgical management of heart failure.  Our heart failure program is nationally recognized with an extended patient referral base on account of our established expertise and access to cutting edge diagnostics and therapeutics in heart failure.  The individual we seek will be a recognized expert in this area with a proven record in research, clinical care and teaching.  Existing extramural funding support is important and, for the right candidate, a significant package to grow the program will be provided.  Academic rank will be determined by the candidate's experience and scholarship, however, candidates must be eligible, based on education and experience, for an academic appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor.  This position requires a MD degree from a recognized accredited university (or foreign equivalent) and board certification .  In addition, candidates must be eligible for an unrestricted Maryland medical license. 

Vascular Medicine (Position 3-309-762) - The University of Maryland School of Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is currently recruiting for a vascular medicine specialist with a doctoral degree (MD or equivalent). The candidate should have strong interest in clinical research, teaching, and be American Board of Vascular Medicine certified or eligible. The candidate is expected to have certification in the interpretation of non-invasive vascular studies and participate in the development of out-reach vascular services comprising of out-patient consultation services, out-patient vascular procedures, non-invasive vascular imaging services and in-patient consultation.  The ideal candidate should also have a demonstrated record of extramural research funding.  The candidate will be expected to develop a comprehensive vascular medicine program at both the University of Maryland Medical Center and out-reach satellite facilities.  

Director of Cardiovascular Imaging (Position 3-309-763) - As part of the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Cardiovascular Medicine program expansion, the Department of Medicine is actively  recruiting a nationally recognized expert to help lead our multimodality cardiovascular imaging program.  The individual we seek will be a recognized expert in this area with a proven record in clinical care, teaching and research.  Existing extramural funding support is important and, for the right candidate, a significant package to grow the program will be provided.  Academic rank will be determined by the candidate's experience and scholarship, however, candidates must be eligible, based on education and experience, for an academic appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor.  This position requires a MD degree from a recognized accredited university (or foreign equivalent), board certification in cardiovascular medicine is required with additional Level III certification in echocardiography and cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging.  Level III CT training would be ideal but not required.  In addition, candidates must also be eligible for an unrestricted Maryland medical license.

 Consultative Cardiology and Ambulatory Care Services - General Cardiologist – (Positions 3-309-793 & 794) - Primary responsibilities will be in the areas of ambulatory cardiology that would include the practice of general cardiology, secondary prevention, out-patient rehabilitation and in-patient consultative services.  Specific clinical areas of expertise sought include: Non invasive imaging, academically oriented within either a clinical educator/clinical scholar pathway,  additional experience, especially in quality reporting initiatives or in the use of technology for enhancement of outpatient services is highly desirable.  The individual we are seeking is someone who routinely integrates multi-modality imaging skills with clinical cardiology.  Furthering the development of a robust ambulatory patient experience will be an additional goal of this position.  The University of Maryland Health System represents a dynamic, regional cardiovascular network that spans the Baltimore and Washington DC capital region, and ranks among the nation's very best in cardiac care. 

 

Faculty rank and tenure status for all positions is commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience.  We are proud to offer a competitive salary, medical/dental benefits, disability plans, retirement plans, and more!   The Baltimore-Washington DC area is a highly desirable area to live in with good school systems and outstanding entertainment and recreational opportunities - all within driving distance. Visit our campus at http://www.umaryland.edu/ and our division at: http://medschool.umaryland.edu/medicine/cardiovascular.asp.  For Baltimore City information, please visit: http://beta.baltimore.org/?origin=baltimore.org. 

Qualified candidates should apply by e-mail by sending CV and four references to Rhonda Reed  reed1@medicine.umaryland.edu

 

   The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.    

When applying, please cite specific position number of interest in your correspondence.  

 




 

 

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