Memorial Healthcare System, one of the largest public healthcare systems in the United States, is seeking an adult transplant nephrologist to join its expanding Adult Kidney Transplantation Program. The qualified candidate will focus on transplant nephrology services, including evaluation of kidney and donor candidates; inpatient and outpatient care of solid organ transplant recipients with acute and chronic kidney and injury; and general outpatient nephrology needs. The successful candidate will participate in quality and selection committees as well as assume the role of a key member of the multidisciplinary transplant team in collaboration with transplant surgeons, physicians, administrators, coordinators, and support staff. Primary importance will be given to the development of our outreach and living donor programs. Candidates must be BE/BC in Internal Medicine and Nephrology and must have completed an AST-ASN accredited Transplant Nephrology Fellowship by date of hire.
With federal approval from UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing), the Memorial Transplant Institute in South Florida recently launched an adult and pediatric kidney transplant program at Memorial Regional Hospital and Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood. The Institute established a living donor kidney recovery component, including open and laparoscopic nephrectomies. The kidney programs offer cadaveric, pediatric and living donor kidney transplants.
This is a full-time employed position with the multispecialty Memorial Physician Group. The position offers competitive benefits and a compensation package that is commensurate with training and experience. Professional malpractice and medical liability are covered under sovereign immunity.
A Memorial Healthcare System representative from our recruitment division will be in attendance at the upcoming Florida Society of Nephrology Annual Meeting from January 18-20, 2019, in St. Petersburg, FL. Please stop by our table to learn more about the open opportunities with Memorial Healthcare System.