Assistant Professor – Maternal Fetal Medicine

first_imgBaylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.5085CA; CH SummaryThe Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology is seeking aqualified physician to fill a critical role at the Texas Children’sand Methodist hospitals – Maternal Fetal Medicine Division.Job DutiesClinical responsibilities will be assigned by your Chair andDivision Director and may be altered in response to changingDepartmental and Division needs. Specific responsibilities arenegotiable and dependent upon Candidate interest and expertise.Candidate will be expected to work primarily at the Pavilion forWomen at Texas Children’s Hospital. There will also be anexpectation to participate in research and educational activitiesin the department.All faculty are expected to participate in the education mission ofthe College.Candidate must agree to discharge their duties and responsibilitiesfaithfully, to abide by all rules, regulations, and policies and todevote to the performance of your duties and responsibilities theamount of time and effort for which you are employed by theCollege. Candidate will be allowed to spend up to one-fifth of youreffort on activities outside BCM (consulting, scientific boardservice, etc.), but outside time commitments beyond this requireprior approval of the Chair and Division Director.Minimum QualificationsMust have an M.D. degree and be board certified or eligible inMaternal-Fetal Medicine.Candidate must have, or be eligible for a valid Texas MedicalBoard License.last_img read more

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