The University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) School of Medicine is seeking board-certified/prepared emergency medicine and pediatric emergency physicians for its growing Emergency Medicine Department. Pediatric candidates would be either emergency medicine or pediatric residency trained with completion of a pediatric emergency medicine fellowship. Medical director and other leadership rolls are available.
We are an energetic and talented faculty creating a patient-centered environment of excellence. We are committed to innovation, quality, collaboration, teamwork, valuing the individual, and honoring the dignity of the human spirit.
These physicians will practice at MU's University Hospital, a designated Level I trauma center with more than 50,000 ED visits annually, and MU Women's and Children's Hospital, which has approximately 30,000 ED visits annually.
MU is one of the few institutions in the country with colleges of medicine, veterinary medicine, agriculture, engineering, nursing and health professions on one campus. The School of Medicine's more than 650 faculty physicians and scientists educate more than 1,000 medical students, residents, fellows and other students seeking advanced degrees.
With our burgeoning department entering its third year of EM residency in 2016, we are thrilled to be contributing to this legacy. Learn more online at medicine.missouri.edu/emergency . For additional information, contact Michelle Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org
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