The principal activities of the Perioperative Medicine Division overseen by the Division Chief include the clinical practice of perioperative anesthesiology care, development of educational programs, conduct of innovative perioperative quality improvement programs, support of perioperative research, and personnel management of faculty, staff, and trainees within the Perioperative Medicine Division.
-Oversee the preoperative clinic program and its Medical Director (the Center for Preoperative Assessment and Planning at Barnes Jewish Hospital, Barnes Jewish West County Hospital, and the Center for Advanced Medicine at South County).
-Oversee the clinical activities and development of the Anesthesiology telemedicine center, which houses the department's remote operating room (Anesthesiology Control Tower) and recovery area (ePACU) programs.
Professional development and administrative responsibilities
-Oversee the professional development of faculty, staff, and trainees within the Perioperative Medicine Division
-Support research and quality improvement within the Perioperative Medicine Division, including investment in faculty members' academic career development
-Actively promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Perioperative Medicine Division
-Annual evaluation of Perioperative Medicine Division faculty
-With the support of Anesthesiology administrative staff, oversee the administrative success of the clinical practice and educational programs within the Perioperative Medicine Division.
-Formulate and manage staffing plans for the Perioperative Medicine Division's clinical operations
-Assist with the preparation of annual Perioperative Medicine Division budget/financial plan
-Provide leadership to Perioperative Medicine Division program development and growth
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