CHIEF/Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine
UCSF Fresno and the Central California Faculty Medical Group are seeking an experienced academic leader to serve as the UCSF Fresno Chief of Emergency Medicine and UCSF Vice-Chair of Emergency Medicine. The program, based at Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC), has one of the busiest Emergency Departments in California and one of the oldest residency programs in the country. It serves as the Base Station for the four county EMS system and provides medical control to the adjacent National Parks. Advantages include:
• Annual ED census of 115,000
• Level 1 Trauma and Burn center
• Residency program established in 1974
• 35 full time faculty, 40 residents (PGY 1-4)
• 3 fellowships (Wilderness Medicine, Ultrasound, Education)
The successful candidate for the Chief of Emergency Medicine will have excellent clinical, teaching, research, and leadership skills. The Chief will provide key leadership in the strategic direction of the department, enhance educational programs for medical students and residents and expand the research mission of the department. Candidates should be eligible for appointment at the Associate or Full Professor rank and will be supported in part by the Gene W. Kallsen, MD Endowed Chair in Emergency Medicine. The successful candidate must be board certified in Emergency Medicine and hold or be eligible for medical licensure in California.
Fresno offers a high standard of living combined with a low cost of living. The result is a quality of life uniquely Californian, yet surprisingly affordable. Limitless recreational opportunities and spectacular scenery are all accessible in a community with abundant affordable housing. While there is much to see and do in Fresno, the city is ideally located for fast, convenient getaways to the majestic Sierras, as well as the scenic Central Coast, and Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks.
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UC San Francisco seeks candidates whose experience, teaching, research, or community service that has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.
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