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Date Posted: 25-JUN-2012
Job Title: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
PIN Number: #21956
Job Type: Full-Time
Category: FACULTY
Description: Faculty Position Available with academic rank commensurate with experience for full-time faculty members as a hospitalist. Qualified applicants should hold the MD degree or equivalent, be board eligible in internal medicine. Responsibilities include but are not limited to administrative responsibility and attending/teaching service. Responsibilities in the areas of research and clinical practice will be addressed in the interview process. The Department of Internal Medicine is one of eight accredited programs sponsored by the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga and our affiliated hospital Erlanger Health System. Internal Medicine is approved for 24 residents and co-sponsors a Transitional Year with 8 residents. This is a great opportunity for dynamic candidate. Strong faculty and great residents in a Program with full accreditation. Please visit the following links for information about the University, Erlanger Health System and Chattanooga. www.utcomchatt.org, www.erlanger.org, www.uthsc.edu . Applicants must have a commitment to diversity and equal opportunity.

Mukta Panda, M.D., Professor and Chair
Dept. of Internal Medicine, UT College of Medicine - Chattanooga
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
975 East Third St. Box 94
Chattanoog, TN 37403

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