Clinical responsibilities include:
) Approximately 20 weeks inpatient services and 6 half-day clinic sessions per week when not on inpatient services. This time will be divided between transplant and pulmonary services;
2) Transplant Services (0.5 FTE): 12 weeks of inpatient transplant service, and 3 half-day pre and post-transplant clinic sessions per week when not on inpatient services;
3) Pulmonary (0.5 FTE): 8 weeks inpatient services, and 3 half-day general pulmonary clinic sessions per week when not on inpatient services.
Nonclinical responsibilities will include:
1) Teaching and mentoring students, residents and fellows;
2) 1-2 scholarly publications per year;
3) Actively engage in local, regional and national professional organizations;
4) Work with other transplant team members to 1) increase volume of lung transplant referrals, patients listed and lung transplant cases; 2) maintain and improve current post transplant survival rate; 3) reduce post-transplant length of stay; 4) meet all CMS & UNOS benchmarks; 5) Start ex-vivo donor lung management program;
5) Attend and participate in section and department of medicine teaching conferences;
6) Responsible for maintaining license, certification and ACLS etc for continuing your faculty appointment with BCM.
Education Required: M.D., and Must have a Texas Medical License and board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary diseases, and critical care.