Duke Division Chief, Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM)
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Duke University is seeking an outstanding individual to serve as Chief of the Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine. The Division has a long tradition of high-quality clinical care for women with high risk pregnancies, outstanding research and nationally recognized education programs. The successful candidate will be responsible for oversight of 13 MFM specialists, a state-of-art Fetal Diagnostic Center, 2 regional perinatal clinics, a labor and delivery unit serving as a regional referral center for the highest levels of specialty maternal and fetal care, an ACGME approved Maternal Fetal Medicine fellowship program and world-class clinical and translational research programs.
Qualifications for the individual for this position include: board certification in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, current academic rank of either Professor or Associate Professor; excellent clinical, leadership, administrative, fiscal, interpersonal and mentoring skills; and a strong record of research productivity and leadership.
The Division Director will enjoy a competitive compensation package including generous benefits. Our highly-desired Raleigh/Durham Research Triangle community is culturally diverse and boasts excellent school systems, vibrant universities, numerous professional and college sporting activities, museums including arts, plus one of the nation’s oldest research and science parks.
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