Both clinical and procedure activity will take place in the CHH2 building. Provider will be on call rotation and attending. Faculty offices may be shared with another faculty member on Marquam hill in Multnomah Pavilion
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the universitys missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
The duties of this position include: providing patient care in the Gastroenterology and Hepatology clinic/clinic equivalent in the areas of IBD, general GI, and endoscopy; attending between 8 and 10 weeks each year on the GI consult service; sharing night/weekend call responsibilities with other GI faculty members; and teaching medical students, residents, and GI fellows during the course of the year.
As a member of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, you will report to the division chief.
Sevenhalf days of clinic/clinic equivalents during non-attending weeks.The outpatient responsibilities will be at the discretion of the Division Head and could be changed based on divisional needs. The following plan is proposed for 2020-21.
Two half days of endoscopy
Three half days of clinic focused on IBD
Two half days of outpatient clinic focused on General GI
GI Attending responsibilities
If we have 5.5 GI staff, you will attend 10 weeks/year on the GI consult service
If we have 6.5 full- time GI staff, you will attend 8 weeks on GI service
During attending rotations, you will be expected to supervise Gl fellows, complete all inpatient Gl consultations, and perform endoscopic procedures. Night and weekend call - in rotation with other faculty, and similar to other GI faculty.Weekend call is shared with OHSU and VA faculty.Faculty are expected to see new patients, and supervise all endoscopic procedures in person. Teaching of medical students, residents, Gl fellows during the course of the year is expected.
Board certificationin Gastroenterology and hold a valid Oregon medical license.
Completion of acourse of advanced training in therapeutic endoscopy
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