As an Instructor or Assistant Professor in the Dotter Interventional Institute, section of Body Intervention responsibilities will include:
Full range of body IR diagnostic and interventional procedures with special focus on peripheral arterial disease
Teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows
Clinical or basic research at OHSU or utilizing the Dotter Research facilities
Outpatient clinical practice
Care of IR inpatients
Call coverage of the Body interventional service in rotation with the other Body faculty
Participation in Institute educational endeavors and quality programs
Care will be provided at OHSU and the PVAMC, and include patients from Doernbecher Childrens Hospital. All private care activities shall be conducted through the institute faculty private practice plan.
This is a full-time appointment at 1.00 FTE and requires undivided effort at the specific FTE. The general pattern of working hours will be set by the Director of the Dotter Institute, but deviations from general patterns may be necessary to meet position responsibilities. On average there will be 3 procedural days, 1 outpatient clinic day, and 1 academic day. Duration of this appointment and indicated salary may be changed or eliminate if a gift, grant, or contract fund supporting this position becomes unavailable.
The faculty member will join and remain a member of the departmental practice plan and the faculty practice corporation for the duration of the faculty members OHSU appointment so long as the plan and the corporation are so approved and designated by the president. The faculty member will provide and utilize all patient care services at the University Hospital and clinics and Doernbecher Childrens Hospital unless specifically authorized otherwise in writing by the president or the presidents designee. As part of the university mission of education and training of health care professionals, peer review activities for health care providers in Oregon is approved where the dean, unity director or their designee has authorized the peer review in advance.
Oregon State Medical License
Credentialing with OHSU, OHSUMG and PVAMC
Eligibility for or subspecialty certification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology (VIR) by the American Board of Radiology
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