The Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University seeks a candidate who is board certified in both emergency medicine and critical care to join the Emergency Critical Care faculty. The position includes a full-time appointment at Stanford University in the Clinician Educator Line at the rank of Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor. Rank will be determined by the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. Clinical responsibilities include patient care in both the medical-surgical intensive care units and the emergency department of Stanford University Hospital, an academic medical center that is the main teaching hospital for the Stanford University School of Medicine.
The Stanford Emergency Critical Care Program is a multidisciplinary initiative focused on improving outcomes for the critically ill through education, scientific discovery, and patient-centered care. Our clinical practice includes attending in the medical-surgical ICUs and consulting on the care of critically ill patients in the ED during peak hours. We help supervise and mentor trainees in both the EM residency and the multiple CCM fellowship programs at Stanford. Our faculty are engaged in clinical research focused on transitions of care between the ED and ICU, and on early interventions for patients with pneumonia, sepsis, ARDS, and neurologic emergencies.
Stanford Emergency Medicine has a strong focus on precision emergency medicine – the use of information and technology to improve the care of individual patients and their communities. Key areas of focus include optimizing Access to Care, capitalizing on Technology and Digital Health Tools, Leveraging Human-Centered Data to Individualize Treatment Decisions, Advancing Population and Global Health, and Redesigning Medical Education.
The successful applicant must be board-certified in both emergency medicine and critical care medicine (through the internal medicine, anesthesia, or surgical critical care training pathways). The applicant must enjoy working with trainees at all levels, from medical students to residents to fellows. In addition, the applicant must have a proven track record of interprofessional collaboration with nursing and advanced practice colleagues. Applicants who have 2+ years practicing in an academic ICU environment, are actively engaged in research, or who have held leadership positions in the field of emergency critical care are preferred.
Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Stanford welcomes applications from all who would bring additional dimensions to the University’s research, teaching and clinical missions. Candidates may optionally include as part of their candidate statement a brief discussion of how their work will further our efforts to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion among our faculty.
To apply, please submit a current CV, a 1-2 page candidate statement*, and the names and contact information of three references** to:
Jennifer Wilson, MD, Director of Emergency Critical Care Program (email@example.com):
Department of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University.
Please enter "ECC application" in the subject line and cc Caitlin O’Brien (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*In the candidate statement, please include a section on patient care, education, scholarly work, and leadership experience that highlights how you can contribute to the program.
- References should include both EM and CCM providers who have current knowledge of the candidate through direct observation. Additional information may be requested.
Deadline for Submission: Open Until Filled.