Opportunity Details

Department of Anesthesiology



Commensurate w/Experience

Trauma Anesthesiologist

Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology is seeking qualified applicants interested in joining the Division of Trauma Anesthesiology. Barnes-Jewish Hospital, the flagship hospital the BJC HealthCare system, is ranked among the top U.S. hospitals and is a nationally certified Level I Trauma Center with over 4,000 trauma admissions per year. At 1,100 beds, it is one of the largest hospitals in a multi-state region with a broad catchment area and a significant scope of influence. The Division of Trauma Anesthesiology is composed of anesthesiology faculty with military, critical care, regional, and cardiac backgrounds and provides 24/7 coverage for all trauma and acute care surgical cases at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. We are involved in unique research opportunities and projects, collaborating with surgeons and intensivists throughout the School of Medicine. Faculty are active in providing bedside and didactic training for anesthesiology residents as well as in training of fellows enrolled in our nationally recognized fellowship in trauma anesthesiology. Candidates must be ABA- certified (or eligible). Preference is given to candidates with fellowships in trauma, cardiac, or critical care medicine, as well as those with experience in major resuscitation. Washington University School of Medicine offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and a generous retirement plan. Non-clinical time is available for academic, scholarly, and administrative activities. 

Medical Degree or Equivalent

Completed post-graduate training in Anesthesiology

Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and their curriculum vitae to Dr. Justin Knittel knittelj@wustl.edu  

Dr. Justin Knittel



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