The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Kentucky, College of Medicine, Lexington, Kentucky is seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible physician to join the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) for a full-time faculty position.
Responsibilities include clinical care (prenatal diagnosis and treatment, advanced obstetric ultrasound, invasive procedure and high-risk pregnancy consultation and care); teaching our outstanding residents and medical students, perinatal outreach, as well as involvement with clinical outcomes or basic research. We offer PhD supported research programs, and our faculty members coordinate grants. Dedicated research time is available and will be consistent with the applicant’s research experience and interest.
The Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine has a Board-Approved three-year Fellowship which takes one fellow each year. Experience in teaching and supervising medical students and resident physicians is desirable. Applicants should also have an interest in clinical care and research. A competitive salary and benefits package is being offered.
Please include an updated CV when applying for the position. Applications will be reviewed immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, and the need to protect our university community including our students, staff, faculty and visitors, the University of Kentucky is requiring COVID-19 vaccination for all new hires prior to starting employment. Therefore, as of October 18, 2021, all new hires prior to their first day of employment must submit appropriate documentation showing, i) completion of the first vaccination against COVID-19, or ii) completion of the full vaccination series against COVID-19, or iii) approved exemption (medical contraindications or a sincerely held religious belief) through the formal exemption process from the COVID-19 vaccination requirement. For those employees who have completed the first vaccination against COVID-19 prior to their first day of employment, the second vaccination (if applicable) must be completed following the vaccination recommended schedule to be considered fully vaccinated.