Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine
The University of Toledo
The University of Toledo College of Medicine & Life Sciences invites nominations and applications for the Chair in the Department of Emergency Medicine. The University of Toledo Medical Center is a Level 1 Trauma Center providing care for the most serious type of injuries. The Chair of Emergency Medicine has direct responsibility to build and lead all emergency medicine programs including all clinical, educational and research endeavors involving the faculty/physicians of the Department of Emergency Medicine with responsibility for the continued development of an academically distinguished department and efforts to ensure the competitiveness of the medical education program.
It is expected that the new Chair will provide leadership within the Department; work collaboratively across the organization and affiliation; be committed to the training of medical students and residents; and expand the scope of research. The Department Chair will lead new initiatives to maximize the quality and impact of the medical education mission as well as foster excellence in maintaining the highest standards of medical care and patient satisfaction through quality improvement initiatives. This position reports to the Executive Vice President for Clinical Affairs and Dean of the College of Medicine and Life Sciences.
The successful candidate will have a strong track-record in administration, clinical service, medical education, and research. An M.D., or equivalent degree, board certification in Emergency Medicine, and experience in senior administration and management experience are required.
The University is seeking an individual with the passion and vision to promote all these important missions at the highest level.
Emergency Medicine Search Committee,
c/o Candace Busdiecker,
COM Dean's Office, 3000 Arlington Ave., MS 1018
University of Toledo Health Science Campus, Toledo, OH 43614
The University of Toledo is committed to diversity and equal opportunity.
Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged.