University of Utah Reconstructive Urologist / Dependent Upon Qualifications in Salt Lake City, Utah
Position/Rank Reconstructive Urologist / Dependent Upon Qualifications
Department 00264 - Urology
City Salt Lake City, UT
Track Track Dependent on Qualifications
New Position to Begin September, 2021
Urologist – Reconstruction
This faculty member will serve as an Assistant, Associate or full Professor and be responsible for high-volume clinical activity within the realm of trauma and reconstructive urology. This will involve seeing patients in clinics at multiple University of Utah facilities including SJHC , FHC , University Hospital, and potentially others. It will also involve a very robust surgical practice based at these same centers. We would anticipate 4.5 days of clinical activity each week with 0.5 days reserved for academic/administrative time. This faculty member would be expected to develop a strong regional and national referral practice in reconstructive urology.
On the educational front, this faculty member will be responsible for teaching residents and our reconstructive fellow state of the art care, practice and patient-centered behavior. This will include didactic lectures and one-on-one teaching in both the clinic and operating room settings. We would expect this faculty member to also educate staff members on best care of the problems seen within the clinic.
On a research front, this reconstructive urolgist hire will focus on clinical research activities including outcomes, health services research or other clinically-related quality improvement and other endeavors. The faculty member will work with some residents and fellows to increase their participation in research and be sure that our men’s health unit publishes and reports important data that moves the field forward.
Interested applicants must apply online
For additional information contact:
Jeremy Myers, MD
Associate Professor & Chief
Division of Urology
Department of Surgery
Division of Urology
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Special Instructions for Candidates
Open Date 01/30/2020
Open Until Filled Yes
Requisition Number PRN02418F