This position is responsible for delivering excellent clinical care and an exemplary patient and family experience within a fast paced and collaborative environment. Specific clinical duties include but are not limited to:
- Surgical intervention - Pre and post-operative care - Transplant - Routine care conferences
The Department of Surgery at the University of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital invite applications for a Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon. Candidates seeking an academic career in Pediatric Cardiac Surgery at the level of Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, are encouraged to apply.
The ideal candidate will have interest in developing a clinical and academic career specializing in neonatal and infant cardiac surgery, pediatric heart transplantation and ventricular assist devices, and adult congenital cardiac surgery. Responsibilities include delivering clinical excellence and providing exemplary patient and family experiences. The incumbent will be expected to contribute to a collaborative work culture and provide innovative care through research, clinical studies and trials.
- Successful completion of a certified cardiothoracic surgical training program and/or pediatric cardiac fellowship - Minnesota medical licensure or the ability to complete all requirements necessary for medical licensure in Minnesota - Credentialed at University of Minnesota Medical Center(UMMC) and University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital (UMMCH) or ability to become credentialed at UMMC and UMMCH
- BC/BE of the American Board of Thoracic Surgery or equivalent - Certification or eligibility in the Subspecialty Congenital Heart Surgery
Internal Number: 336370
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