The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the University of Kentucky is seeking an AABIP board-certified/board-eligible Interventional Pulmonologist to join our faculty. The Interventional Pulmonology program is a multi-disciplinary program which includes advanced diagnostic and interventional bronchoscopy. In addition to the IP assignments, a proportion of the time would be spent providing care in the medical ICU and pulmonary consultation service. Further, the Division clinical faculty have opportunities to train fellows, residents and medical students and pursue clinical research. Specifically, the Interventional Pulmonology program collaborates closely with Markey Cancer Center with its multi-disciplinary outpatient clinics. Salary and academic rank are commensurate with experience.
The University of Kentucky Medical Center is a premier research institution in the Commonwealth serving a wide geographic area, treating patients throughout Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, and beyond, providing the opportunity for large practice growth. As example, the Markey Cancer Center at UK is the only NCI-designated Cancer Center in Kentucky as well as highly ranked by U.S. News.
The University of Kentucky offers excellent and comprehensive compensation based on rank and experiences plus outstanding benefits packages. It is located in Lexington, Kentucky, which offers excellent schools, outstanding neighborhoods within walking distance to the University, low cost of living, and is a great place to raise a family. Outdoor activities and national parks are easily accessible in close proximity, providing an excellent work – life balance.
Please include an updated curriculum vitae when submitting your application. Applications will be reviewed immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
The University of Kentucky considers the health, safety and well-being of our entire community to be a top priority. In alignment with this priority, all new hires must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or obtain an approved medical or religious exemption as a condition of employment. For areas that fall under the federal CMS mandate, start of employment cannot occur until two weeks after receiving the full COVID-19 vaccination series or upon obtaining an approved exemption. Only vaccines approved by the World Health Organization can be accepted.