| The University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville has an outstanding opportunity for a dynamic clinician educator to join a group of 12 pulmonary and critical care medicine faculty physicians in a hospital-owned employed practice. Admitting and rounding is done at one hospital. Call will include approximately one shared weekend call and 2-3 additional weekday overnight calls per month. Pulmonary/Critical Care fellows and Internal Medicine residents provide in-house floor and ICU coverage. The office suite is located in the beautiful Heart Lung Vascular Institute on the University of Tennessee Medical Center Campus, a 609-bed tertiary care facility, which is a Level I Trauma Center and the only academic medical center in the region. This is a thriving hospital with state-of-the-art equipment including an interventional bronchoscopy lab. Our Pulmonary program, having been nationally ranked multiple previous years, again achieved a national ranking of 39th for 2016-2017 by the distinguished publication US News and World Report in its 27th “America’s Best Hospitals” report. |
We are offering a position which will be predominantly clinical but with a commitment to teaching and potentially clinical research in support of our Pulmonary/Critical Care fellowship. This is a strong and stable group of physicians who have achieved and promoted a team atmosphere. The practice has long-standing integral involvement with UTMCK Internal Medicine residency.
The position offers a competitive starting salary, with full benefits, malpractice insurance, relocation assistance, and production-based incentive. Knoxville is a fantastic area to live and work, as all major metro amenities are close at hand. This one-of-a-kind practice offers a unique opportunity to practice excellent medicine in a well-rounded academic pulmonary and critical care practice, while still being able to have an enjoyable lifestyle.
Living and practicing in Knoxville:
You will be part of a vibrant city that was previously voted the “Best Place to Live Among Mid-Sized Cities.”
This rapidly-growing Southeastern metropolitan city is known for its quality of education, affordable cost of living and temperate climate, with a perfect mix of city amenities and congestion-free living.
Some of what you can expect to find include:
? Cost of living that is 16.3% below the national average ? Stable economic climate bolstered by the operations of The University of Tennessee, Tennessee Valley Authority, Oak Ridge National Laboratories and other growing industries ? No personal or state income tax ? Outdoor recreational activities such as boating, hiking, golfing, fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking all in the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains.
Interested applicants should submit a curriculum vitae complete with all positions held, honors, publications, and teaching experience to
Director of Recruitment
1-800-647-2232, ext 202