At the Johns Hopkins Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, we improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence in Patient and Family-Centered Care, Education and Research. We have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and engaging leader to join us in these efforts and serve as the Division Chief of Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine. This is a unique opportunity to lead a robust Regional and Acute Pain program that is actively involved in all facets of our tripartite mission. The division chief will have a clear vision for advancing the subspecialty, experience collaborating with anesthesiologists and other colleagues, and demonstrated leadership skills in academic medicine.
Division Chief Role
The division chief will be an accomplished, academic anesthesiologist responsible for actualizing our tripartite mission--clinical care, education, and research. These responsibilities include:
Leading regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine clinical operations to ensure consistently high quality patient care with efficient and innovative utilization of clinical and material resources
Promoting effective collaborations among divisional faculty and other clinical and research scientists across campus
Facilitating medical education in regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine
Recruiting new faculty to the division and supporting their career development
Leading innovative scholarship in regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine
Responsibility for acute pain and regional anesthesiology at 5 hospitals and 1 Ambulatory Surgery Center within the Johns Hopkin Health System
Oversight for 20 Faculty and 2 Advanced Practitioners
Oversight for ACGME accredited Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship
Opportunity to lead novel programs such as our first of its kind, perioperative pain clinic to address aspects of pain management and opioid utilization for surgical patients
Participation in Integration Efforts such as Health System Opioid Stewardship Program
Responsible for the development and implementation of new care pathways including ERAS protocols
Competitive salary and generous benefits package
Protected administrative time to support goal-directed personal and division-related professional development
Opportunity to participate in our seed funding for research as well as statistical and clinical trial support
Qualified candidates must show successful completion of an approved residency program in anesthesiology. Candidates must hold an MD, DO, or equivalent degree and be eligible for licensure in Maryland. Candidates must be board-certified in anesthesiology.
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