Hospitalist Medical Director

The Medicus Firm
Published
August 11, 2022
Location
Portland, Oregon
Category
Other  
Job Type
Work Setting
In-office

Description

The OHSU Division of Hospital Medicine (DHM) is comprised of academic and clinical hospitalists at both OHSU and Hillsboro Medical Center (HMC) and serves as the largest acute care/inpatient service at both sites. HMC is a 167-bed hospital located in Hillsboro, Oregon, and is part of OHSU Health. The Mission of the DHM is to serve, connect and educate, in order to heal, comfort and empower. We do this through teamwork and collaboration, growth mindset and continual improvement, diversity and inclusion, joy in practice, excellence in what we do, and clarity in communication.

The hospitalist program at HMC is a thriving, growing team of outstanding clinicians and offers not only opportunities for direct clinical care in a community setting, but also opportunities for teaching in a new Internal Medicine residency. The HMC Medical Director, in coordination with the Assistant Medical Director, will be responsible for the management, oversight, and daily operations of the HMC hospitalist service. The HMC Medical Director will be supported by the OHSU Division of Hospital Medicine administrative team and will report dually to the HMC Chief Medical Officer and the DHM Division Chief.

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