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Caring for patients and their families. Advancing medical knowledge, technologies and practices. Developing and educating the next generation of exceptional health care professionals. You can help us with all this and more, when you add your talents to those who have already made the commitment to Be the Difference at University Hospitals.

From our flagship facility, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, to our network of community hospitals, outpatient health & surgery centers, and specialty care centers, we provide leading-edge medicine and thoughtful, patient-centered care to the people of Northeast Ohio and beyond, and rewarding career opportunities for today’s best and brightest health care professionals.

Awards

An Award-Winning Leader in Health Care

Every day at UH we strive to fulfill a longstanding, rich tradition of enhancing and strengthening the health care needs of our community. It is a collaborative effort that categorizes our services and team approach to patient care not only as good, but as excellent. Excellent because we are consistently setting a benchmark of quality, personalized care for our patients. Excellent because of our specialty physicians and staff, innovative techniques and constant dedication towards giving our patients something to believe in and rely on.

Award of Excellence

UH has been awarded by some of the most prestigious, credited institutions and publications in the world for its leadership in the health care industry. Among many things, we have been merited on exceptional patient outcomes, safety, patient centeredness, leadership and consistent use of evidence based medicine and practices—proof that we are using medical methods that work and produce results.

Research Funding

Institutions have also awarded us in the form of research funding—an investment in our combined centers for academic and medical excellence. In return, it is UH's mission to provide leading-edge treatments for the simplest of cases to the most complex.

Economic Impact

We have not only been recognized for our internal contributions as a hospital system but also for our positive, direct economic impact in the community. The growth of University Hospitals in Northeast Ohio is evidence that we are not only expanding our medical services but we are also providing employment opportunities.

We are proud of our achievements because it means our patients are receiving the high quality care, services and treatments they deserve. These aren't just symbols of excellence, they are promises that we will not only strive to meet the goals we have reached in the past but will continuously work to create new successes and exceed new boundaries for the future.

University Hospitals Ashland, OR 97520, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Ability to clean patients rooms, public spaces and the collection of trash and bio hazardous material. Familiar with using vacuum, wide vacuum, mop, wringer, burnisher, ladder, extractor. Ability to assist family members and patients of all ages. Ability to identify and or perform light maintenance requests. Strong customer service skills required. Initiates and maintains positive relationships with patients and coworkers. Takes responsibility for self development and supports a learning environment. Displays commitment to the mission of the hospital and its values. Cleaning and major surface maintenance in hospital setting preferred but not required. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills, as well as, exhibits a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently. Qualifications Education/Expertise: High school diploma or GED equivalent required.          Experience & Knowledge: 1 year of cleaning experience preferred Experience in a hospital setting preferred. Surface-cleaning techniques. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills, as well as, exhibits a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently   Location:  Ashland, OH Shift:  20 hrs/wk Evening shift S  
University Hospitals Elyria, OH 44035, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description The Transitional Care Coordinator collaborates with all members of a patient’s care team, including the family and support systems, to enhance the patient experience and ready the patient for discharge. The TCC develops and modifies a patient’s post-acute care plan, identifies any barriers for follow up care, brings in specialty in hospital consultations as needed, nutrition, social work, therapy, etc., and facilitates the provider hand off to the next level of care. 2 years of experience in case management/discharge planning in an acute care setting. Qualifications 2-5 years nursing experience RN - Registered Nurse Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Bachelors degree preferred. CM certificate preferred
University Hospitals Shaker Heights, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description The Ambulatory Quality RN, MIPS/UH QPP, is responsible, with the approval of the Manager, for supporting quality improvement activity at the entity and system level in the following areas: Performance Improvement & Change Management: Reviews EMR-based workflows to assess adherence to UH practice standards and regulatory quality initiatives Liaison with ambulatory providers, nurses and ancillary staff regarding Quality and Patient Safety, focusing on publicly reported indicators for quality programs including (but not limited to) the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) program Supports improvement activities around quality measures as defined by UH organizational work plan for regulatory and system-wide quality initiatives  Assists with the development of performance improvement activities to help align quality initiatives (regulatory and UH-defined) across the organization Develops presentations around MIPS quality metrics for a variety of audiences Tracks, monitors data sources to assure compliance with regulatory standards relating to MIPS quality Communicates opportunities for improvement to unit/departmental leadership and staff  MIPS/UH Quality Payment Program Effectiveness Collaboratively drive quality outcomes and regulatory compliance with Senior Amb Quality RN and/or dyad-paired MIPS Quality Specialist to manage assigned practices Understand MIPS as it relates to quality measures, particularly Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs), Clinical Practice Improvement Activities (CPIAs), attestation/reporting, and audit functions Apply clinical experience and expertise to collaboratively drive workflows that will enhance patient care and meet regulatory quality measures Apply an understanding of EMR applications (including analytics) to execute quality monitoring, information gathering/ dissemination and analysis of data Establish a positive rapport with assigned provider groups, administrators, to help them pass metrics and improve care Attend faculty meetings, other meeting venues, create electronic teaching for providers and practices, educate on how to improve metrics and quality care Confer with UH QPP team colleagues to ensure consistency in messaging to practices and providers Identify barriers to success and problem solve with quality and clinical / operational leadership to develop solutions Perform concurrent & retrospective review of quality-related operational processes and procedures, using EMR and analytics data, as well as feedback from practices  Summarize, analyze clinical and operational data outcomes, develop summary reports, charts, graphs and trending outcomes Identify opportunities for improvement, and facilitate quality improvement initiatives in collaboration with departmental leadership and colleagues Support and facilitate departmental and enterprise-wide clinical and operational performance as it relates to quality Demonstrate accuracy of data collection and analysis Develop succinct, objective and explanatory summary of data outcomes Qualifications 2yrs RN experience required, ambulatory preferred Quality & Process Improvement skills & experience Experience with regulatory requirements preferred Understanding of EMR capabilities & functionality preferred Clinical experience with EMR required Graduate of an accredited nursing program required Current RN licensure in the State of Ohio required.
University Hospitals Cleveland, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description   Position Summary & Essential Duties:   Manages the medical/ clinical operations for UH Population Health (a population health service organization (PHSO) for UH Quality Care Network; a clinically integrated network (CIN), UH Accountable Care initiatives (Medicare Shared Savings Program, Commercial and Medicaid), and the UH Employee Health Plan.  Is responsible for providing the oversight and direction for designing, implementing, and supporting clinical population health services and achieving key performance metrics for University Hospitals Health System. This position will collaborate with and engage senior and physician leadership, administration, professional, clinical, finance and other staff throughout the organization to implement population health programs and promote a culture consistent with the health system’s mission, core values, and standards of conduct. Key responsibilities include: Assists Chief Clinical Transformation Officer with development and is principally responsible for execution of strategy, vision values and goals involving UH Quality Care Network, Accountable Care Initiatives, Super Clinically Integrated Network (Super- CIN) and Population Health Services. Works as a collaborating partner with the Chief Medical Officer, Behavioral Health for Population Health Oversight and implementation of clinical programs to meet and exceed Population Health objectives (wellness, smoking cessation, weight management. HCC documentation, RAF score, Quality metrics, Per member Per Year costs, utilization, trend mitigation and others) Provides direction,oversight and is accountable for population health operational activities (care management, HCC capture, HEDIS measures, chronic and acute, medication adherence, education, and complex care coordination) Accountable for risk-based P&L, managing MLR and associated key performance metrics Directs the implementation of short and long-term operational goals and objectives for the Division and its programs  Manages team supporting clinical functions across all programs and staff including nursing, pharmacists, patient navigation, dieticians, patient education, complex services for children Direct care management and coordination across populations of patients in commercial plans, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid including the Ohio CPC model, direct to employer (DTE) and support of the bundled payment for care improvement (BPCI-A) care process       Serves as medical director for employee health plan and optimizes performance of the Employee health plan including wellness, chronic disease management, medical costs and pharmacy costs This individual with provide coordination of staff functions that accomplish the triple AIM of healthcare. Enhance operational reporting across Population Health to better track and measure efficiency of interventions, impact on medical trend, staffing and opportunities for process redesign Coordinates and collaborates with IT, clinical population health personnel, and other areas of the health system in the development and execution of the population health program Leadership function supporting the Board of Directors and committees of multiple corporations in the health system (UH Quality Care Network, UH Accountable Care Organization, Inc. and UH Coordinated Care (MSSP) Oversight of key metrics and dashboards that measure individual and organizational unit performance against goals and contractual targets, ability to analyze data and use it to make changes to improve population health Supports analysis and negotiation of state, federal and managed care programs and contracts Ensures effective processes are in place to foster open lines of communications with leadership, physicians, and staff relating to population health. Ensures information is communicated vertically and laterally to other departments as needed, and keeps leadership informed of any issues Develops a collaborative team based environment that drives a culture of quality focused on the key stakeholders Provide leadership in coaching, inspiring, developing, motivating, and recognizing team members. Responsible for oversight/monitoring for special projects, new programs and major operational activities Promote UH values and enforce organizational standards and ethics including those related to corporate compliance, non-discriminations, patient privacy and confidentiality.   *This role may encounter Protected Health Information (PHI) as part of regular responsibilities.  UH employees must abide by all requirements to safely and securely maintain PHI for our patients.  Annual training, the UH Code of Conduct and UH policies and procedures are in place to address appropriate use of PHI in the workplace.    Qualifications   Education:   Required MD/DO or equivalent medical degree with board certified in field of practice   Preferred Primary Care Practitioner / Internal Medicine or Family Medicine   Preferred graduate education in management/ healthcare / population health           Credentials, Licensure or Certification (i.e.MD, DO):   Required in clinical discipline           Experience & Knowledge:   5 years of experience in clinical role, 2 years of experience in medical director or management Strong knowledge of clinical integration activities, population health and accountable care (Medicare Shared Savings Program, and FTC compliant clinically integrated networks) Strong knowledge of care management and care coordination along with multiple disciplines involved in care process Minimum of 2 years prior experience working within a risk-based medical group, capitation contract, bundled payment programs, ACO shared savings and/or a health plan   Special Skills & Equipment Knowledge:  
University Hospitals Westlake, OH 44145, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description The Patient Care Nursing Associate PCNA completes patient care activities as delegated by the RN. PCAs perform duties including, but not limited to, ADLs, vital signs, I and Os, 12 lead ECG, bladder scan, hygiene and venipuncture where applicable. Familiarity with using wheelchairs, EKG equipment, patient assistive devices, and patient care equipment specific to assigned population. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills both written and verbal, as well as, exhibiting strong organizational skills and work ethic, demonstrates a professional demeanor when responding to patients and customers, basic computer data entry skills. Experience in a large teaching hospital preferred. One year job stability preferred. Qualifications High School Equivalent / GED BLS certification, issued by the American Heart Association, must be obtained during UH Orientation.
University Hospitals Parma, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description The Patient Care Nursing Associate PCNA completes patient care activities as delegated by the RN. PCAs perform duties including, but not limited to, ADLs, vital signs, I and Os, 12 lead ECG, bladder scan, hygiene and venipuncture where applicable. Familiarity with using wheelchairs, EKG equipment, patient assistive devices, and patient care equipment specific to assigned population. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills both written and verbal, as well as, exhibiting strong organizational skills and work ethic, demonstrates a professional demeanor when responding to patients and customers, basic computer data entry skills. Experience in a large teaching hospital preferred. One year job stability preferred. Qualifications High School Equivalent / GED BLS certification, issued by the American Heart Association, must be obtained during UH Orientation.
University Hospitals Andover, MA, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Patient Access Representatives (PAR) provide our world renowned healthcare team with comprehensive administrative support. PAR’s serve as the first point of contact for patients and exemplify personal warmth, patient engagement, and professionalism. In this highly visible role PAR’s support departmental teams and interact with patients, families, and health care providers.   Patient Access Representative duties include but are not limited to the following:   Responsible for interviewing/registering/instructing patients in a face-to-face setting or on the telephone. Enters and validates medical, demographic, insurance, financial, and business data in a timely and courteous manner to ensure master patient index integrity and creation of an accurate claim. Prepares standard patient materials including forms, labels, brochures, surveys, etc. Maintains confidential health records, processes physician orders, and schedules patients. Provides patient education regarding third party coverage and liabilities. Communicates possible payment options and personally connects patients to financial counselor if needed. Collects, posts, and balances co-pays, deductibles and other patient payments. Maintains expertise in Patient Access Services (PAS) legal and compliance requirements; incorporates principles into workflows. Recruits and trains patients to access My UH Care Personal Health Record.  Maintains up-to-date knowledge of computer systems, insurance/government regulations and UH/PAS policies/procedures used within the department. Functions as an integrated team member and works collaboratively with other staff and providers across the system to improve patient experience and department efficiency. Maintains a clean and organized work area. Will be cross-trained to perform other duties as assigned.  May be scheduled to work at off-sites. (This role encounters Protected Health Information (PHI) as part of regular responsibilities.  UH employees must abide by all requirements to safely and securely maintain PHI for our patients.  Annual training, the UH Code of Conduct and UH policies and procedures are in place to address appropriate use of PHI in the workplace.)  Qualifications Minimum 1 year of experience in a call center, patient registration, scheduling, office, banking, customer service or related medical field using computers required. A bachelor’s degree will be accepted in lieu of 1 year of work experience. High School diploma or GED required. Degree or progress towards degree preferred. Medical Terminology preferred. Demonstrated ability to use PCs (and toggle between multiple applications), MS Office, and general office equipment (i.e. printers, scanners, electronic signature pads, copy machine, multi-line phone, FAX machine, etc.) required. Excellent keyboarding/data entry skills required. Must be detail-oriented and organized, with good analytical and problem solving. ability.  Notable client service, communication and relationship building skills required.  Ability to function independently and as a team player in a fast-paced environment required.  Must have strong written and verbal communication skills and excellent spelling.  Professional demeanor required.
University Hospitals Warrensville Heights, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Organizes and conducts Physical Therapy program to facilitate the rehabilitation of people with physical and or psychosocial disabilities. The Physical Therapist directs the patients participation in selected activities and treatments to restore, re enforce and correct pathology to promote and or maintain good health, Essential duties include performs evaluations and develops an effective treatment plan appropriate to a patients rehabilitation needs within the care continuum. Performs effective treatment techniques in a competent manner. Educates patient, family, caregiver in applicable health information, treatment and prevention. Initiates and participates in the discharge planning process. Performs other department activities such as, but not limited to documentation, billing, support of department operations, etc. Qualifications Position Requirements:   Requires the evaluation and treatment skills necessary to provide Physical Therapy appropriate to the developmental and chronological age of patients on caseload. Professional initiative, objectivity, good time management and interpersonal skills. Must be physically, cognitively and perceptually able to provide patient treatment and able to assist in physical mobility of patients and equipment.   Education Requirements:   Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy Program.   License Requirements:   Licensed by the State of Ohio to practice Physical Therapy or is awaiting Ohio licensure status of Licensure Applicant Previous experience in home care / home health highly preferred. Frequent travel in SW Cuyahoga county required. Occasional travel to surrounding areas required.  
University Hospitals Cleveland, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description The Outreach Advocate provides assistance with Rainbow Center for Women & Children community outreach, and addressing the non medical health needs of RCWC patients and families through the Rainbow Connects program. The Rainbow Connects program provides assistance to families in meeting needs to include safe and adequate housing, day care, food, household goods and appliances, baby items, food assistance and other benefits. The Outreach Advocate community outreach activities will include supporting and coordinating the activities of the Community Advisory Board and the Patient and Family Advisory Council of the RCWC.The Outreach Advocate will be responsible for supporting the Rainbow Connects Program Manager and Rainbow’s medical director for community integration in developing community outreach strategies, and assisting with Rainbow Connects, CAB, and PFAC activities. The Advocate position requires independence & a high degree of flexibility and adaptability. Qualifications Bachelor Degree required.  2-5 yrs experience in community/population health preferred, or related field. Experience in community health with demonstrated ability to build strategic partnerships highly preferred. Demonstrated ability to cultivate strong relationships with community stakeholders strongly preferred.  
University Hospitals Bedford, MA, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description This position is responsible for fully performing basic medical assistant duties. Facilitates unit operations by managing patient flow. Responsible for all front desk duties specific to department, including scheduling patients, collecting and verifying patient payor information and other patient documentation. Qualifications Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant program Minimum one year or more of clinical experience as a Medical Assistant required
University Hospitals Middlefield, OH 44062, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Oversees daily functioning of all operational systems in office. Ensures implementation & adherence of business policies & procedures for the daily operations of the office. Sets daily operational/patient priorities, evaluates daily work flow & assigns work. Ensures that duties are carried out according to policy and procedures. Direct supervision of all levels of office support staff. Establishes work priorities. Schedules staff & ensures coverage of support services within the practice, approves overtime. Approves vacation & time off requests of practice related staff. Conducts or coordinates regular office staff meetings. Kronos Timekeeper. Orients & trains new & current staff on office protocols &job responsibilities. Coaches staff to maximize patient throughput. Maintains documentation related to employee performance & communicates performance related issues to Administrator. Identifies needs & assists front line leads with planning of continuing education for office staff. Completes performance reviews of staff. In collaboration with HR makes decision regarding hiring, corrective action, terminations, & other HR initiatives. Promotes, builds & ensures positive customer relationships at all levels within the practice. Troubleshoots & resolves issues. Updates administrator of significant activities. Assesses & resolves all third party payor & patient billing issues using appropriate resources within UHMSO. Delegates & prioritizes daily work activities of the billing staff. Responsible for practice revenue enhancement/expense reduction initiatives & meeting financial objectives. Recommends operational improvements. Meets with leads & providers to assess, design, implement programs & processes to increase the efficiency & effectiveness of the practice. Provides detailed action plans for initiatives & coaches front line leads & staff through implementation of projects. Collects & analyzes data, maintains reports for business efficiency & practice growth. Qualifications High School Equivalent / GED Associates or BS/BA degree preferred. 4-6 years of healthcare experience. Supervisor experience preferred
University Hospitals Cleveland, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Position Summary/Essential Duties: Provides safe efficient age specific nursing care to patients/families using the nursing process in order to assist them to attain, maintain, regain, and sustain optimal health status.  Dimensions are: Implements the nursing process by delivering effective relationship based nursing care. Demonstrates technical skills in care delivery that result in safe practice and positive care outcomes. Demonstrates clear communication and effective collaboration to optimize patient care and clinical operations. Develops self and contributes to the professional practice of nursing. Displays leadership that influences optimal clinical and operational outcomes. Qualifications Education. Diploma in Nursing or an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing (ADN) from an accredited nursing program required.  Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from accredited program preferred.   Required Credentials, License, and / or Certifications. Registered nurse with current license to practice in the state of Ohio.  Basic Life Support (BLS) certification. ACLS/PALS (adult and pediatric advanced life support) may be required based on clinical area standards.   Experience & Knowledge: Knowledge of nursing process and practice.    Special Skills & Equipment Knowledge: Uses a wide variety of technical equipment to meet patient needs and prescribed clinical therapies (ie. stethoscopes, thermometers, sphygmomanometers and electronic monitoring devices   This role encounters Protected Health Information (PHI) as part of regular responsibilities. UH employees must abide by all requirements to safely and securely maintain PHI for our patients. Annual training, the UH Code of Conduct and UH policies and procedures are in place to address appropriate use of PHI in the workplace.
University Hospitals 101 E Washington St, Avon, IL 61415, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description This position is responsible for performing basic Medical Assistant duties. Facilitates unit operation, managing patient flow. Assist with front desk duties specific to department, including scheduling patients, collecting and verifying patient payor information and other patient documentation. Qualifications Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant program 0-1 year experience
University Hospitals Newton Falls, OH 44444, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description This position is responsible for fully performing basic medical assistant duties. Facilitates unit operations by managing patient flow. Responsible for all front desk duties specific to department, including scheduling patients, collecting and verifying patient payor information and other patient documentation. Qualifications Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant program Minimum one year or more of clinical experience as a Medical Assistant required
University Hospitals 101 E Washington St, Avon, IL 61415, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Performs receptionist, scheduling, registration and medical record duties to support practice operations. Schedules and cancels patient appointments. Greets patients, families and visitors. Registers patients, verifies data and assists with completing forms. Obtains and updates demographic, billing and third party coverage information. Explains policies and procedures to patients, families, and visitors as needed. Obtains and prepares medical records for patient appointments and inserts appropriate forms. Reviews medical records for completeness. Initiates procedures to locate missing information prior to the patient visit. Files records, correspondence and reports into the medical record after completion of patient visit and maintains file system in order. Copies medical records as needed. Answers and screens incoming telephone calls, takes accurate and thorough messages. Promptly triages emergency telephone calls. Schedules procedures. Instructs patients and families regarding preparation for procedure and post procedure needs. Listens courteously and responds to patient questions, concerns, and or refers to the appropriate individual. Presents statements to patients following their visits. Collects office visit fees from patients. Discusses status of accounts and outstanding balances with patients. May assist with billing. Arranges referrals and completes required referral paperwork. Regularly inventories and orders office supplies. Keeps work and waiting areas neat and organized. Sorts, stamps and distributes incoming mail and prepares outgoing mail. Calls patients to remind them of appointments, calls about test results as directed by the physician, may also schedule testing. Follows up on missed appointments. Assist with billing and or patient flow as needed. Prefer medical terminology, an understanding of third party reimbursement requirements, CPT and ICD-9 coding. Qualifications High School Equivalent / GED 1-3 years of experience
University Hospitals Cleveland, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Supervision of patient care delivered by medical assistants to pediatric and adult patients to encourage and promote positive patient car outcomes and facilitate daily clinical operations. Supervision of front office staff to provide excellent patient service and experience. Provides leadership through communication, education, and management. Qualifications RN - Registered Nurse Bachelor of Science in Nursing strongly preferred, 2 to 3 years of clinical RN experience.
University Hospitals Ravenna, OH 44266, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Position: Ability to clean patients rooms, public spaces and the collection of trash and bio hazardous material. Familiar with using: Vacuum, wide vacuum, mop, wringer, burnisher, ladder, extractor. Ability to assist family members and patients of all ages. Ability to identify and/or perform light maintenance requests. Qualifications Position Requirements: Cleaning and major surface maintenance in hospital setting preferred but not required. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills, as well as, exhibits a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently. Strong customer service skills required. Initiates and maintains positive relationships with patients/coworkers. Takes responsibility for self-development and supports a learning environment. Displays commitment to the mission of the hospital and its values. Education Requirements: High school diploma or GED equivalent preferred
University Hospitals Ravenna, OH 44266, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Position: Ability to clean patients rooms, public spaces and the collection of trash and bio hazardous material. Familiar with using: Vacuum, wide vacuum, mop, wringer, burnisher, ladder, extractor. Ability to assist family members and patients of all ages. Ability to identify and/or perform light maintenance requests. Qualifications Position Requirements: Cleaning and major surface maintenance in hospital setting preferred but not required. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills, as well as, exhibits a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently. Strong customer service skills required. Initiates and maintains positive relationships with patients/coworkers. Takes responsibility for self-development and supports a learning environment. Displays commitment to the mission of the hospital and its values. Education Requirements: High school diploma or GED equivalent preferred
University Hospitals Cleveland, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Physician-Regional Radiologist   University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center / Case Western Reserve School of Medicine Position Location : Cleveland, Ohio & surrounding regional facilities Position Type: Full-time Physician Specialty: Radiology-Regional Radiology   The Department of Radiology at University Hospitals of Cleveland (UHCMC)/Case Western Reserve University is seeking a highly motivated board-certified or board eligible radiologist with fellowship training for a full-time position in our regional radiology practice.   The selected candidate will join a state-of-the-art regional radiology practice.   We have a large outreach service area in Northeast Ohio and staff an academic medical center, 12 regional hospitals and 30 ambulatory facilities.   Our regional practice consists of over 30 radiologists.   The Department of Radiology performs 1.5 million exams per year.   Our world-renowned health care network is anchored by our flagship facility, UHCMC. This 947-bed academic medical center and tertiary-care hospital has been consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's best hospitals in all 12 medical and surgical specialties. Qualifications Interested candidates should be proficient in general radiological procedures.   Candidates will be required to read CT, MR, ultrasound, mammography and conventional radiography Board certified (or eligible) in Diagnostic Radiology with Fellowship training Active Ohio Medical License in good standing upon effective date of employment Fellowship training is strongly desired The selected candidates may also be required to perform ultrasound and CT guided procedures All health system community facilities feature state-of-the-art equipment and PACS system
University Hospitals Cleveland, OH, USA
Feb 26, 2020
Description Fellow-University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Position Location : Cleveland, Ohio Position Type: Full-time Physician Specialty: Radiology/Breast Imaging Every day, for more than 150 years, the physicians of University Hospitals have renewed a promise to meeting our patients’ health care needs. Our talented team is integral to our rich history of success and critical to our future in a dynamic environment. As stewards of the UH legacy for excellence in patient care, our physicians are guided by an unwavering commitment to our mission: To Heal. To Teach. To Discover. The Department of Radiology at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is in search of a Fellow to help continue with our excellent patient care.  Appointment at the level of Clinical Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or full Professor is available commensurate with experience.   Qualifications Board-certified or Board-eligible Active Ohio Medical License in  good standing upon effective date of employment Excellent clinical skills