The Columbia University Irving Medical Center’s Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology has long been a leader in advancing women’s reproductive health care. We are the birthplace of the Apgar score for assessing newborn health, the first institution in the country to perform an amniocentesis test, and the center that created RhoGAM, which has virtually eradicated Rh-incompatibility reactions that once accounted for hundreds of fetal and neonatal deaths and illnesses each year.
Located at the heart of CUIMC’s vibrant medical community, more than 100 physicians and over 40 post-graduate residents and fellows work together alongside researchers and clinicians across CUIMC to meet women’s health care needs. We remain committed to our mission to provide the best patient care, to train future Ob/Gyn leaders, to support innovative research, and to bring those innovations into clinical practice.
The Columbia University Irving Medical Center is seeking faculty in Obstetrics and Gynecology to join the Allen Hospital Division. We seek full-time board certified or board eligible individuals to participate in all the clinical and academic affairs of our dynamic Department. Multiple positions are available.
Responsibilities include inpatient and outpatient care, general obstetrics and gynecology practice, and gynecologic surgery. The successful candidates will show a strong commitment to clinical care, research, and teaching of residents and medical students. The candidates will be challenged to provide quality care in New York Presbyterian Hospital affiliated community health centers throughout the Washington Heights & Inwood areas. The position provides significant opportunities for leadership and career development.
Internal Number: 5063
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