Essential Functions: The physician leader will be responsible for the overall growth of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, excellent research, education and service for all aspects of Maternal-Fetal Medicine and the ability to lead and mentor other faculty within the division; work closely with the Chair of the department and the Hospital leadership team. The ideal Division Director would be an active clinician-scientist with strong leadership qualities, excellent clinical skills, specifically in prenatal diagnosis and intervention, high educational standards and teaching abilities. The Director would lead an academic MFM Division including clinical and Midwifery and a fellowship program and will have budgetary responsibilities for the Division and set goals for fiscal strength of the Division.
Qualifications: Must have an MD degree.Valid Michigan Medical License.Rank commensurate with credentials.Physician must be Board certified by ABOG in Obstetrics and Gynecology, with a subspecialty in Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Academic appointment in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology commensurate with experience.
Internal Number: 76_204907
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