Department of Medicine
IM - Dermatology
Mohs Surgeon (CDCS)
The Division of Dermatology is seeking a full-time, board certified dermatologist for a surgical dermatology position. Emphasis is on Mohs, reconstructive surgery, and cutaneous oncology; cosmetics and lasers can also be included in the practice. Washington University currently has a very busy practice, with over 3,000 Mohs cases performed per year, at two locations. One office is a new, fully-equipped and staffed surgical unit adjacent to the general dermatology group at the main campus location, and another is an established suburban location with over 13 laser and light devices. This position will be at a level commensurate with experience, and requires a physician interested in multidisciplinary teamwork and dedicated to teaching residents and fellows in a major academic and healthcare environment. Ranked among the top five medical schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report, Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital offer a collegial environment within which to work and learn. Candidates must have completed an accredited surgical fellowship, and will be joining the group of full-time dermatologic surgeons, two dermatopathologists, two pediatric dermatologists, and 16 general dermatologists. A competitive compensation and incentive package will be offered to the successful candidate.
Completion of a Mohs/Procedural Fellowship.
Lynn Cornelius, MD
No end date
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