The University of Kentucky is currently seeking a faculty member within the division of Rheumatology, in the College of Medicine. The search is being conducted at open rank, and this position will act as an attending physician for Rheumatology Division. Duties include:
*Provide clinical care for patients while supervising residents in ambulatory and hospital-based settings.
*Participate in clinical teaching activities within the Division of Rheumatology, as negotiated between the Division Chief and the individual faculty member. These activities may include instruction of students, residents and fellows in ambulatory and inpatient clinical settings, as well as instruction in lectures, seminars and clinical conferences.
*Support the clinical research mission of the Division through various roles including development and supervision of clinical protocols, accrual of patients to clinical trials, and participation in regulatory oversight programs for clinical research.
*Represent the University of Kentucky in a professional manner as an active member of the medical staff. These responsibilities include active participation in medical staff affairs; adherence to evidence based practice standards; and a strong commitment to high standards of customer service.
*Serve on appropriate Division, Department, University, Hospital and College committees as assigned by the Division Chief.
Please include Curriculum Vita along with 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.