The Multiorgan Transplant Center at Hahnemann University Hospital and Drexel University College of Medicine invites applications for currently open full time transplant hepatologist positions.
Successful candidates will have excellent skills in transplant and general hepatology, and interest in teaching, clinical research and public service. Candidates should have an MD or DO, be Board Eligible/Board Certified in Internal Medicine and have training in Transplant Hepatology. Gastroenterology training is advantageous.
Our growing liver transplant and hepatology program has been operational since 1998 and currently cares for over 4000 outpatients and inpatients with all types of acute and chronic liver diseases, including 1000 new patients annually. The hepatologists cover daily hepatology outpatient clinics at the main hospital and at satellites in surrounding locations, and rotate periodically on our inpatient service and liver failure unit. We manage advanced liver diseases, transplant evaluations, pre and post-transplant care, HCC multidisciplinary treatment and general hepatology. The hepatologists work in a vibrant, collaborative setting with the transplant surgeons, other specialists, transplant coordinators, hepatology nurses, advanced practitioners, medical assistants, other personnel, and are supported by ACGME GI fellows and residents on the service.
The hepatologists actively teach medical students and trainees. We also conduct a broad array of clinical trials and participation in clinical research is encouraged.
Hahnemann University Hospital, located at Broad and Vine Streets in Center City Philadelphia, is a 500-bed academic tertiary care medical center with a Level 1 Trauma Center, the primary academic and campus affiliate of top-ranked Drexel University College of Medicine, and an affiliate of St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.
A highly competitive and generous salary and benefits will be provided. Faculty appointment as Assistant or Associate Professor, commensurate with background, will be in the Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
Members of our liver transplant and hepatology group have been working together for many years in a collegial, patient focused, academic environment. We seek two hepatologists to join our two existing hepatologists at an exciting time for our expanding enterprise.
Practicing hepatologists, GI Fellows or hepatology trainees interested in this opportunity should submit their Curriculum Vitae to:
Santiago Munoz, MD, FACP (email@example.com) or David Reich, MD, FACS (firstname.lastname@example.org)
One to two years of Hepatology and Liver Transplant Hepatology-specific training, either following a Gastroenterology fellowship or straight out of Internal Medicine Residency.