The Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is seeking Board Eligible/Certified Physiatrists for inpatient and outpatient positions. Candidates must have excellent clinical and academic credentials, a commitment to teaching and a strong interest in developing an academic career in Physiatry. Responsibilities may include program and practice development, medical leadership, teaching and research. Successful candidates will receive an academic appointment of instructor, assistant or associate professor as appropriate at the Harvard Medical School Department of PM&R.
Adult Inpatient/Outpatient Opportunities
Opportunities exist for a national/international leader in brain injury as well as a leader in stroke. The leader will serve in the role of Division Chief/Director and will be at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor. The leaders will have inpatient and possibly outpatient clinical responsibilities. The leaders may also serve as Inpatient Medical Directors, or separate opportunities may exist for the TBI and Stroke Inpatient Medical Director roles. The leader in brain injury will ideally have a particular focus in TBI/DOC; a focus in concussion may be considered as well.
Practice opportunities also exist for physicians experienced in general PM&R, stroke, general musculoskeletal medicine, sports medicine and/or interventional spine procedures, neuro-trauma & neurorehabilitation. An opportunity exists for a physician to perform consults in an academic medical center and/or a long-term acute care facility.
Board Certified Pediatric Physiatrist will provide outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation care for pediatric patients at Spaulding Rehabilitation Network and other Harvard teaching hospitals in the Boston area. The physician will collaborate with a team of experienced pediatric physiatrists, pediatricians and healthcare professionals from other disciplines.
Scientists with interests in Neuro-Trauma (brain injury and SCI), Stroke, Pediatric PM&R, Musculoskeletal, Spine Care/Pain Management and Outcomes research that are clinical and/or laboratory focused. The successful candidate will have outstanding departmental support, strong research infrastructure, excellent departmental colleagues, and potential for collaborative opportunities within the department and with other investigators at Harvard Medical School. MDs/DOs and/or PhDs are eligible. Individuals are eligible for Assistant or Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School.
All positions are based at Spaulding Rehabilitation Network and/or Massachusetts General Hospital, other Mass General Brigham member hospitals and outside hospitals.