Chief of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia
University of Minnesota
- Provides innovative approaches to teaching or mentoring, learner assessment, application of new educational modalities or models, curriculum development, or educational leadership. Ability to be a major contributor to a scholarly program including authored publications.
- Demonstrates excellence in your own research of a unique area of expertise that is critical to the success of existing collaborative research programs. Ability to make an impact in the research domain including major contributions to an interdisciplinary or multi-investigator research program.
- Manages the overall operations of the cardiothoracic anesthesia division in order to provide quality patient care in a timely, cost effective manner.
- Develops and implements operational strategies that will meet the identified objectives of the cardiothoracic division and mission of the University of Minnesota Medical Center and other contracted sites of care. Interfaces effectively with patients, their families, and healthcare professionals to resolve operational concerns or patient satisfaction issues.
- Responsible for establishing quality standards for the division with input from appropriate physicians. Monitors the overall quality of the cardiothoracic division in order to reduce any inefficiencies, coverage problems and response time, thus providing improved patient care.
- Interfaces effectively with leadership, administrative and clinical staff, other departments and physicians in order to ensure that cardiothoracic procedures at the University of Minnesota Medical Center and other contracted sites of care are patient focused, service oriented for all customers, and provide excellent quality and cost effective care.
- Manages and develops division faculty members. Ensures performance planning, coaching, and evaluation occurs.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Individual must possess the following qualifications:
- be board certified or eligible in anesthesia (or equivalent);
- have completed an accredited fellowship or equivalent training;
- be able to obtain permanent and unrestricted Minnesota licensure;
- have at least 7 years of post-fellowship clinical experience across the broad spectrum of cardiac anesthesiology; and
- qualify for a faculty appointment.
Preferred qualifications include prior experience in administration of clinical and educational programs, demonstrated leadership in cardiothoracic care and a strong interest in clinical education. Compensation and academic rank are dependent upon qualifications.
The position includes a generous package of fringe benefits.
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