Asst/Assoc Professor of Clinical Surgery - Joint/Arthroplasty
SIU Department of Surgery
Location: Springfield, Illinois
Type: Full Time
Required Education: MD/DO
Joint Replacement Surgery
Knee and Hip Surgery
Academic Medical Group
Internal Number: SMS# 2402
The Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at Southern Illinois University (SIU) is currently recruiting for a Joint/Arthroplasty orthopaedic surgeon.
Responsibilities of faculty members include patient care, research, and fellow, resident and medical student education. Candidates should be board-certified/eligible, have successfully completed an orthopaedic residency, have a MD license, be eligible for licensure in the State of Illinois and sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations. Fellowship training preferred.
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is located in Springfield, Illinois, a historic Midwestern city of 120,000 that serves over 2 million people throughout central and southern Illinois. It is an excellent place to live and raise a family, offering a variety of high quality public and private schools and cultural offerings. It is conveniently located between St. Louis, Chicago, and Indianapolis.
Interested/qualified applicants should visit www.siumed.edu/careers to apply for position #2402. This position has been designated security-sensitive and employment is contingent upon the result of a criminal background investigation. Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and provides equal employment and educational opportunities for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, protected veteran status or marital status in accordance with local, state and federal law.
Board-certified or Board-eligible; Successfully completed an orthopaedic residency; have MD/DO licensure; be eligible for licensure in the State of Illinois; Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations. Fellowship training preferred.