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The Brody School of Medicine
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◊ Director of Clinical Simulation ◊

The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University is seeking a Director to lead its clinical simulation and patient safety center.  This is a ground-floor opportunity to work with a multi-disciplined team of clinicians and educators to design a new center, lead its development, and coordinate its education and research functions.  A creative, hands-on, collaborative educator/administrator will be required to use pledged support and new resources to build upon the existing foundation and create a state-of-the art facility and programs for educating medical students, resident physicians, multi-disciplined care teams, and other health care professionals. The successful applicant will be an experienced educator with programmatic responsibility who has used simulation as an education platform.  An appropriate terminal degree is preferred.  He/she will be eligible for a faculty appointment within the Department of Emergency Medicine.  Compensation is competitive and commensurate with qualifications; excellent fringe benefits are provided. Greenville, NC is a livable, family-oriented university community located ninety minutes from the Crystal Coast.  Cultural and recreational opportunities are abundant.

Confidential inquiry may be made to Theodore Delbridge, MD, MPH, Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine (delbridget@ecu.edu). Must apply online by using ECU OneStop on the main ECU page:  www.ecu.edu.


◊ Clinician-Educator ◊ Clinical Researcher ◊
◊ Clinical Toxicologist ◊

The Department of Emergency Medicine at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University is expanding its faculty.  We are seeking BC/BP emergency physicians for tenure or clinical track positions at the rank of assistant professor or above, depending on qualifications.  Our current faculty possesses diverse interests and expertise leading to extensive state and national-level involvement.  Through this expansion we hope to increase our depth and further develop programs in clinical toxicology and clinical research, and our cadre of clinician-educators.  The emergency medicine residency is well-established and includes 12 EM and 2 EM/IM residents per year.  We treat more than 83,000 patients per year in a state-of-the-art ED at Pitt County Memorial Hospital.  PCMH is a rapidly growing level I trauma, cardiac and regional stroke center.  Our tertiary care catchment area includes more than 1.5 million people in eastern North Carolina, many of whom arrive via our integrated mobile critical care and air medical service.  Greenville, NC is a livable, family-oriented university community located ninety minutes from the Crystal Coast.  Cultural and recreational opportunities are abundant.  Compensation is competitive and commensurate with qualifications; excellent fringe benefits are provided.  Successful applicants will possess outstanding clinical and teaching skills and qualify for appropriate privileges from ECU Physicians and PCMH.  Screening begins July 1 and will remain open until filled. 

Confidential inquiry may be made to Theodore Delbridge, MD, MPH, Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine (delbridget@ecu.edu). Must apply online by using ECU OneStop on the main ECU page:  www.ecu.edu.


 ◊ EMS Fellowship ◊

The Department of Emergency Medicine at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC seeks candidates for a fellowship in EMS. The opportunity to obtain an advanced degree such as an MPH or MBA is also available.

The fellowship will provide graduates with the knowledge and skills to provide medical direction in emergency medical services with a concentration in air medical services and/or critical care transport possible. The local ground EMS System covers a population of 150,000 in a county of 656 sq miles. All EMS agencies are paramedic level and dispatched thru an enhanced 911 center. Exposure to more rural and urban experiences is also provided. In addition, the region has a hospital based air and critical care transport service (East Care) which covers 29 counties in NC, with 3 helicopters (1500 flights/yr) and 5 critical care ground ambulances (5,000 transports/yr). Training in disaster management with regional teams is also available. Please visit our website at http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/ecuem/div/div_prog.cfm

The fellow will also perform clinical duties as an attending in our state-of-the-art emergency department, which has resident physicians from our fully accredited emergency medicine residency training program. The emergency medicine residency program is one of the oldest and premier emergency residencies in the country, with 12 EM and 2 EM/IM residents per year. Many of the faculty are extensively involved in state and national activities. Pitt County Memorial Hospital is a 740-bed Level I trauma center, with 70,000 ED visits per year.

Greenville, NC has the benefit of being a very family-oriented community and a university town, located just ninety minutes from the North Carolina Crystal Coast. The University excels in the arts, music, theater, and dance, so there are exceptional cultural opportunities, as well as sporting and outdoor events. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with qualifications; an excellent fringe benefit program is provided. Screening begins December 1, 2007 and will remain open until filled.

The successful candidate must have an MD/DO and be board eligible in Emergency Medicine. Physicians must be able to obtain a license to practice medicine in North Carolina, be granted medical staff privileges at PCMH, be approved to practice medicine through ECU Physicians, and receive medical liability insurance coverage through our carrier.  

Please submit a candidate profile online and submit a letter of interest and CV online or mail to:

Juan March, MD
Chief, Division of EMS
Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
The Brody School of Medicine
East Carolina University

Physicians Quadrangle, Building M
1705 West 6th Street  
Greenville, North Carolina, 27834
  

marchj@ecu.edu   

(252) 744-2154