Wright State University BSOM Emergency Medicine
Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine is seeking a full-time academically-minded faculty physician with a passion for patient-focused care, community service, and research to contribute to our mission to educate tomorrow’s physicians. The Department of Emergency Medicine is recruiting openly for any BSOM Faculty Appointment eligible Emergency Medicine faculty physician, where rank at hire shall be commensurate with experience per the WSU BSOM Faculty Affairs Policies and Procedures.
As a member of the Emergency Medicine faculty team, this position will have opportunities to directly contribute to academic development, learner experiences, community-focused research, community-focused academic programming, and the clinical practice within our local hospital(s).
Department of Emergency Medicine faculty maintain their clinical practice through the BSOM practice plan, Wright State Physicians, Inc. and by way of contracts with hospital ER teams. Clinical practice type and commitment may vary based on academic teaching or academic leadership responsibilities.
Prior to the effective date of appointment*, successful candidates must have:
MD, DO or MBBS degree.
Completed Emergency Medicine residency.
Board Certification in Emergency Medicine (or Board-Eligible^)
Ohio Medical License
Federally-issued DEA License
*Residents-in-training are encouraged to apply.
^In recognition of widespread post-graduation certification delays, candidates may onboard as Board-Eligible with a non-negotiable expectation of Board Certification completion as soon as is feasible and within 12-months of hire. Such successful candidates would onboard as Instructors and only move to Assistant Professor after providing documented Board Certification.
Successful candidates will receive offers contingent upon satisfying these requirements prior to their start date.
Instructors must meet all of the requirements as Board-Eligible by their start date.
Assistant Professor candidates must meet all requirements above by their start date.
Associate Professor and Professor candidates will additionally need to meet the time of service and publication requirements by their start date, as outlined and governed by WSU BSOM Faculty Affairs policies: https://medicine.wright.edu/faculty-and-clinical-affairs/policy-3a-guidelines-for-appointment-and-promotion-for-fully-affiliated-faculty
Professional history with research, publications, and grant submissions.
Academic leadership or clinical leadership.
Advanced investment into UME/GME efforts (e.g., curriculum development, classroom teaching, simulation center instruction).
Professional history with the direct supervision of resident learners within the ER.
Ability to serve as a model for excellence in research and clinical care.