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Infectious Disease - Division Director Opportunity

Specialty: Infectious Disease

Posted: Dec 17, 2018
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Location: Maywood, Illinois
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Degree: MD
Board Status: N/A
Fellowship Required: No
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Workload: Full Time
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Date Posted: 12/17/2018
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Infectious Disease - Division Director Opportunity
Specialty: Infectious Disease

Physician - Infectious Disease Job in Maywood, IL

  • The Division Director will work closely with the Department of Medicine leadership to develop and implement strategic plans and Loyola University Hospital Administration to create efficient clinical services that deliver compassionate and evidence-based care for patients requiring infectious diseases consultation.
  • In collaboration with the Department of Public Health Sciences, the Division Director will expand infectious diseases research and education to broader public health and international programs.
  • This is an excellent opportunity for an exceptional Infectious Disease physician to direct the Infectious Disease team at Loyola University Health System.
  • A track record of training medical students, residents and fellows.
  • Increased effectiveness of hospital-based antimicrobial therapy through review and oversight of treatment strategies, education and collaboration, to provide cost-effective treatment and reduce emergence of treatment-induced antibiotic resistance.
  • Mentorship of postgraduate fellows and junior faculty toward career success in academic medicine.
  • The Division Director will also assure that these missions are fulfilled through programmatic integration of PharmD and Advanced Practice Nursing staff in an environment that fosters continuing medical education and training of Infectious Diseases fellows.
  • Reduction and elimination of infections associated with hospitalization through surveillance, prevention, education and interventional strategies.
  • The Division Director provides leadership for all aspects of the Infectious Disease Division including clinical service, teaching and research.
  • This would include development and review of quality improvement plans, leading regular multi-disciplinary meetings to review and analyze outcomes, and continuous quality improvements for operations.
  • Participate in the development of division strategic plans, both short and long term as well as working with the Chairman's office on financial and workload strategies.
  • The Division Director will take a leadership role in the Infectious Diseases-Immunology Research Institute to build on already strong affiliations with the Department of Microbiology and Immunology.
  • Travel medicine recommendations and consultations.
  • Through thematic expansion of basic and translational research, the Division Director will oversee growth of a research enterprise that encompasses virology, eukaryotic pathogens, bacteriology, clinical outcomes in immunocompromised individuals, global health, parasitology and fungal pathogenesis.
  • Loyola University Medical Center offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Loyola University Medical Center and Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine have an excellent Division Director opportunity for a nationally renowned physician scientist who is Board Certified in Infectious Disease to join the Division of Infectious Diseases located in Maywood, Illinois.
  • Consultative care for patients with community-acquired and hospital-acquired infections and multidrug resistant infections, including those caused by Mrsa and gram-negative bacteria.
  • Experience as a consulting Infectious Diseases specialist in a tertiary care academic medical center.
  • Assess and provide annual RVU projections by physician as well as outpatient visits by location.
  • In the area of quality, the Division Director will take an active role in quality improvement and assurance activities and projects of high quality cost-effective care.
  • Board certification in Infectious Diseases from the American Board of Internal Medicine.
  • The Division Director will assure that clinical faculty within the Division provide.
  • A national reputation in research, supported by a portfolio of extramural funding, participation on NIH Study Sections, editorial board appointments or other national and international honors.
  • A minimum of 5 years of administrative experience with clinical and/or research programs.
  • Primary care for patients with HIV/Aids and related medical conditions.
  • The Division Director will build a management culture based on teamwork, open communication, prudent risk taking, innovation and accountability.
  • Coordinate special projects that could address administrative, academic, clinical and training initiatives.
  • Provide for meaningful faculty and academic staff development.
  • Academic and scholarly accomplishments to qualify for the rank of Associate Professor or Professor in the Tenure Track at Loyola University School of Medicine.
  • The incumbent will be responsible for recruitment and retention of clinical and basic science faculty and will serve as a mentor to all division faculty, as well as leading initiatives to promote clinical quality, academic and clinical productivity and enhancement of patient satisfaction.
  • Consultative care for patients with infectious diseases associated with stem cell and solid organ transplantation and hematological and other malignancies.