Hoxworth Blood Center/University of Cincinnati is seeking an academic physician at the Associate/Full Professor level to lead the development and integration of the transfusion medicine program.
The position has the rank of Chief Medical Officer and is responsible for the medical activities of the Hoxworth Blood Center, oversight of the operation of the Transfusion Service of a large local hospital and maintains service relations with 30 other hospitals in the Greater Cincinnati area. The position accomplishes this through a respectful, constructive and collaborative style, guided by local, state and national regulations and the objectives of the Hoxworth Blood Center and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. The position provides medical oversight, regulatory expertise and leadership to ensure the delivery, potency, purity and safety of blood/cell services and products.
Hoxworth Blood Center is owned and operated by the University of Cincinnati. Hoxworth Blood Center is one of the oldest Blood Centers in United States of America and is dedicated to the promotion of research and education in transfusion medicine and cell therapies.
Certification/Licenses: Active Unrestricted Ohio Medical License (or eligibility to obtain the license)
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