The Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation is seeking a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician to join our team of faculty physiatrists as we expand our practice to include a new freestanding inpatient rehabilitation facility. Slated to open in the summer of 2020, this will be the first inpatient rehab facility to be affiliated with the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, a Level 1 Trauma Center and the state’s only comprehensive academic medical center.
The ideal candidate is an academic-oriented physiatrist with a variety of clinical interests. Clinical opportunities are broad and include inpatient consults, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient clinics. The outpatient practice can be developed around the candidate’s interests, with possibilities for MSK, spine, ultrasound, EMG, neurorehabilitation, amputee, pediatrics, and other areas. There are ample opportunities and support for participation in research and medical education.
Graduate of an accredited medical school
MD or DO with state medical license or willingness to obtain state license
Excellent clinical and academic credentials.
Experience working in a team setting.
Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
A commitment to ongoing performance improvement.
Demonstrate experience promoting a diverse workforce/academic environment.
Board-Certified/Board-Eligible in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
About University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
University of Iowa Health Care is Iowa's only comprehensive academic medical center, comprising University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, the Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, and UI Physicians, the state's largest multispecialty group practice. Ranked as one of the top health care employers in the U.S. by Forbes, UI Health Care employs nearly 900 physicians and more than 2,500 nurses. UI Hospitals & Clinics is an 811-bed tertiary and quaternary care facility. The Carver College of Medicine is ranked as one of the nation's best medical schools and offers a full range of residency and fellowship programs. Its thriving research enterprise has received $2 billion in NIH funding over the past decade.