Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Health System
July 24, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
The Division of General Internal Medicine in the Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is seeking a dynamic leader to develop a new Comprehensive Women’s Health Program through the expansion of our Women’s Health Research Program. This position is made possible by a generous gift from the Melitta S. and Joan M. Pick Charitable Trust and will hold the distinguished title as the Georgia Carroll Chair in Women’s Health.
Candidates for this role should be nationally recognized in women’s health and should be engaged in established and funded clinical or outcomes research in women’s health. The successful candidate will hold a faculty appointment with the Medical College of Wisconsin and will work collaboratively with providers in multiple areas of expertise to develop this program. Reporting to the Chief of General Internal Medicine, the new Endowed Chair will develop the Comprehensive Women’s Health Program that focuses on gender differences more broadly to spark research, teaching and clinical practice to enhance health outcomes for women throughout southeastern Wisconsin. The ideal candidate will have the option of serving as Section Chief for Research in the Division of General Internal Medicine.
For additional information or confidential inquiries, please contactJennifer Schaulin at (682) 223-5782 or via email at email@example.com. The Medical College of Wisconsin is an EEO/AA Employer M/F/D/V
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is a private, academic institution dedicated to leadership and excellence. The college educates approximately 900 medical students, 520 graduate students and supervises 900 physicians-in-training in graduate medical education (residency and fellowship training) programs. The college in the nation’s 10th largest medical school in terms of enrollment and it provides continuing education to more than 15,000 health professional registrants each year. The Medical College of Wisconsin is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and the Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME). The LCME awarded accreditation to MCW in 2014. The college research enterprise generates >$180 million/year, including ~$93 million of NIH funding; which ranks 45th among medical schools nationwide. Through its clinical operations, MCW physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and psychologists care for more than 530,000 patients representing more than 2.4 million patient visits.
Froedtert Hospital is the primary adult hospital affiliate of MCW and is staffed by MCW physicians providing care in all medical specialties and subspecialties. Froedtert and MCW are at the forefront of new technology and care in many areas, including cancer, heart and vascular diseases, brain injury and disorders, spinal cord injury, transplant, communication disorders, digestive diseases, diabetes, orthopedics, urology and women’s health. A 500-bed hospital, Froedtert, has the only adult Level 1 Trauma Center in eastern Wisconsin.
Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center is a level 1A hospital, and is one of the busiest and most comprehensive centers operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Approximately $10 million in research (funded primarily by the VA and the NIH) is conducted by MCW faculty members at the Zablocki VA.
MD/DO with a track record of professional leadership roles in an academic institution
Fellowship training in general internal medicine
National recognition as a leaders in women’s health
Board certification in internal medicine
Eligible for licensure in the State of Wisconsin
Academic rank of associate or full professor
Demonstrated ability to develop and build innovative programs
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About Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Health System
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is a private, academic institution dedicated to leadership and excellence. The college educates 816 medical students, 450 graduate students and supervises 900 physicians-in-training in graduate medical education (residency and fellowship training) programs.