MedStar Heart and Vascular Institute at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, MD is seeking a board-certified intensivist to join the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit team. Intensivists manage cardiac and vascular surgical patients within our closed ICU. Ideal applicants will have specialized training and expertise in the care of complex cardiac patients. Experience in cardiothoracic surgery and vascular surgery patients is a plus. Dual trained applicants may have the option of splitting clinical duties with other disciplines.
Clinical responsibilities include multidisciplinary rounding of intensive care patients within our 26 bed mixed ICU/step-down cardiovascular unit. The intensivist will supervise the 24/7 advance practitioner team during the day and provide at-home coverage at night. The physician will collaborate closely with our surgery, cardiology, and anesthesiology partners for bedside care as well as programmatic development. Non-clinical duties include quality improvement, optimizing delivery of care, and staff education. Scholarly activity is encouraged during non-clinical time with an opportunity for academic appointment.
Education Training and Experience Required
Must be board certified/eligible in critical care medicine
Commitment to clinical excellence is mandatory
Broad cognitive and technical skills in the critical care setting is required
Experience with cardiac surgery and vascular surgery is preferred
Eligible to work in the United States. Not a J1 visa qualified area
Ability to communicate well with the medical team and family
Additional Salary Information: Competitive compensation varies based on experience.
Internal Number: 092020
About MedStar Union Memorial Hospital
MedStar Union Memorial Hospital is seeking intensivists with strong clinical expertise to join our ICU team and support the growing cardiac surgery, vascular surgery, and cardiology departments in our 26 bed Cardiovascular unit. Partners will help forge and build the evolving critical care program as the hospital emerges to be a regional leader in cardiovascular diseases.