Emergency Medicine Physician
The Division of Emergency Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine is currently recruiting Emergency Medicine Physicians to join our growing academic faculty. The division has a well-established four-year residency program and fellowships in Critical Care Medicine, EMS, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Research, Toxicology and Ultrasound. The division is seeking physicians who can contribute to our clinical, education, and research missions. Clinicians treat approximately 90,000 patients per year at the level 1 Trauma Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
We are seeking a candidate with an MD that is board certified or board eligible in Emergency Medicine. Exceptional candidates with alternate board certifications, such as Internal Medicine, also will be considered.
Qualified candidates must be ABEM/ABOEM certified/eligible. Internal applicant is required for this posting.
Brent Ruoff, MD Chief of Emergency Medicine
An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer
Washington University seeks an exceptionally qualified and diverse faculty; women, minorities, protected veterans and candidates with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.