Denver, Colorado-Witt/Kieffer has been retained by Denver Health to conduct a national search for a Director of Service, Emergency Medicine / Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine (DOS/Vice Chair) at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (CU-SOM).
Caring for one-third of Denver’s population annually, Denver Health is uniquely positioned as an integrated healthcare system nationally recognized for its passion and commitment to providing exceptional care to the communities it serves. Denver Health is considered a national model of an integrated urban safety net health care system that includes a 525 bed acute care hospital, with new adult and pediatric emergency departments, the 911 paramedic system, nine community health centers, 17 school-based clinics, the public health department, the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, a 100 bed non-medical detoxification center, a dedicated psychiatric emergency service, correctional care facilities, the Rocky Mountain Center for the Medical Response to Terrorism, Mass Casualties and Epidemics, and an HMO. The Denver Health Rocky Mountain Regional Trauma Center has been recognized as a preeminent Level I Trauma Center, with one of the best trauma survival rates in the country.
The ideal candidate will be Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, have clinical leadership experience in an emergency department in an academic medical center, and be nationally recognized for his/her excellence in clinical care, teaching and mentoring and scholarship. The DOS/Vice Chair will be a senior faculty member at CU-SOM and ideally qualified to be appointed to the rank of professor of emergency medicine.
Nominations, expressions of interest and applications may be submitted confidentially to the consultants assisting Denver Health with this search, David Conner, Linda Komnick, or Lisa DeSimone Arthur through the office of Lisa DeSimone Arthur preferably via email, to firstname.lastname@example.org 917/209-0331.
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