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IU School of Medicine - Emergency Medicine Clinical Educators
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine is seeking outstanding clinical educators for faculty positions at all ranks for both our Adult and Pediatric Emergency Divisions.
Candidates must be board certified (or eligible), eligible for licensure in the State of Indiana and have a track record of leadership, scholarship and teaching. Salary, academic rank and faculty track are commensurate with training and experience.
The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine is one of the oldest EM residency programs in the country. We are looking for leaders to continue our unwavering commitment to education. IU provides comprehensive pre-hospital and emergency care at three primary academic hospitals including, Methodist—a level 1 trauma center with an annual volume of 102,000 visits; and Riley Hospital for Children—a level 1 trauma center, burn unit, and tertiary-care facility with a volume near 40,000. Eskenazi Health is a county hospital and IU teaching partner—a level 1 trauma center and burn unit with an annual volume over 100,000 visits.
Located in Indianapolis (the 12th largest city in the US), IUSM has nine campuses across the state and educates the largest medical student body in the U.S.
Indiana University is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.
Interested candidates should submit CVs and letter of interest by email to:
EMJobs@iu.edu (Attn: Dr. Cherri Hobgood, Department Chair)
Please write “EM Faculty Jobs” In the subject line.
Indiana University is an EEO/AA employer, M/F/D/V
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Healthcare System/Hospital Description
The Indiana University School of Medicine has nine campuses across Indiana. In 2012-13, Bloomington and Lafayette added third-year clerkships to their programs. Ft. Wayne, South Bend, Terre Haute, and IUSM-Northwest host all four years on their campuses. Muncie and Evansville are in the planning stage of expansion.
- IU School of Medicine educates the second largest medical student body in the U.S.
- IU School of Medicine student body represents 54 of the 92 Indiana counties and 91 colleges and universities.
- IU faculty has performed many “firsts” in Indiana including transplants of the kidney, liver, cornea, bone marrow, pancreas, and infant and newborn hearts.
- Approximately half of Indiana’s physicians received all or some of their education at the IU School of Medicine.
- IU School of Medicine has more than 60 clinical departments and specialty divisions.
- Nearly half of IU School of Medicine graduates accept instate residencies.
- Nearly 40 percent of IU School of Medicine graduates enter primary care specialties.
- Indiana University Health is the fourth largest employer in Indiana (Source: IBJ, 2016)