The Department of Medicine in the Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina, is seeking applicants for the position of Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine. The Division of General Internal Medicine (GIM) provides exceptional patient care, conducts research to improve health and healthcare delivery, and trains clinician leaders and scholars. With more than 300 faculty members contributing to our clinical, research, and education programs, the division is among the largest divisions in the Duke Department of Medicine.
This is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with Duke leadership on the internal medicine services of Duke University Health System (DUHS); oversee a vibrant basic, translational and clinical research program focused on the mechanisms and practices that influence human health; and develop the next generation of providers. Candidates should have a high level of experience in clinical care, education and research, and the ability to provide leadership and direction to advance the key missions of the division.
Applicants for this position must have an MD degree or equivalent from an accredited college of medicine, be board certified in Internal Medicine, and eligible for appointment at the Associate Professor level or higher (tenure track) at Duke University School of Medicine. Additional information about the Department of Medicine and Division of General Internal Medicine is available athttp://medicine.duke.edu.
Qualified individuals should send a letter of interest describing their clinical, research, and administrative experience and expertise, along with a current curriculum vitae, to GIMchiefsearch@dm.duke.edu by February 15, 2023.
Duke University is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
As a world-class academic and health care system, Duke strives to transform medicine and health locally and globally through innovative scientific research, rapid translation of breakthrough discoveries, educating future clinical and scientific leaders, advocating and practicing evidence-based medicine to improve community health, and leading efforts to eliminate health inequalities.
The Duke Department of Medicine is the largest of 23 departments in the Duke University School of Medicine. The Department drives world-class clinical and academic research at Duke and beyond. From G protein-coupled receptors to cancer care to kidney research to lung transplants and aging, our faculty are focused on finding new discoveries and improving patient care.