Denver Health, the premier Level I trauma center for the city of Denver and the entire Rocky Mountain region, in collaboration with the University of Colorado, is seeking a Chief of Interventional Radiology.We are seeking a skilled, visionary, and impactful interventional radiologist to define and execute a vision for a world class IR service. Responsibilities include growing an efficient, productive, cutting-edge clinical service; nurturing a robust and growing educational program for students, residents, and fellows; and spearheading a research portfolio for the section including clinical, health care delivery, and /or basic science research.
Denver Health is an integrated, efficient, academic health care system that is considered a model for the nation. Denver Health’s Level 1 Trauma Center, in particular, is one of the world’s leading trauma centers and has amongst the highest survival rates in the country.
Denver Health is affiliated with the University of Colorado School of Medicine. All faculty at Denver Health have University appointments, and some also deliver care at the University campus as well.
The Chief of Interventional Radiology will be a nationally known leader in the field of interventional radiology, one capable of vision setting and execution. She or he will have a personal reputation for excellent in clinical care, teaching, mentoring, and scholarship. As Chief of IR, this leader will execute on the three essential missions of this academic, mission-driven department:
Clinically, the Chief will ensure the service is productive, efficient, cutting-edge, and collaborative. We aim for continuous service improvements, patient satisfaction, and a strong reputation for meeting the patients’ and the institution’s needs. The Chief will collaborate with executive leadership, department heads, and division leads to develop new services, build referrals, and innovate.
Educationally, the Chief will define goals for developing a world class educational environment. The department aims to have robust programs for University of Colorado medical students, including shadowing programs, junior and senior student rotations, and participation in longitudinal integrated clerkships.
M.D., D.O. or foreign equivalent medical degree; board certification in Radiology; fellowship training and certification/certification eligibility in Interventional Radiology; eligibility for licensure in Colorado
Academic credentials ideally qualified to be appointed to the rank of Associate Professor or Professor of Radiology;
Demonstrated success within an academically oriented radiology department.
A track record of delivering strong results in mission-driven organizations
A history of academic excellence in education and scholarly work.
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About Denver Health
Denver Health was founded as City Hospital in 1860 to serve the health care needs of the rapidly developing city of Denver. Since then, we have grown alongside the community to become a complete health care system, proudly providing care for all residents -- at every point in their lives. We believe healthy people are the foundation of a vibrant community, and Denver Health has been treating and healing the people of Denver for more than 150 years.
Today, Denver Health delivers preventative, primary and acute care services. We are committed to making our community a healthy place to live, work and raise a family. You’ll see that commitment in the programs we offer, through the care we provide and in our determination to achieve continuous improvement so our community always has the best care available.
As a comprehensive, integrated organization, we provide hospital and emergency care to the public, regardless of ability to pay. This integration promotes continuity of care for each patient and assures health care that is delivered in the most efficient, cost-effective setting.