So You Want to Be an Academic Hospitalist?

Welcome to our webinar series! Our goal is to introduce residents and fellows applying for academic hospitalist positions to leaders in the field from around the country, to de-mystify the application and job-search process, and to answer questions that future academic hospitalists have about the field. We look forward to meeting you over Zoom and welcome your feedback and input.

Hosted by:

Daniel Brotman, MD

  • Director, Division of Hospital Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Expertise: Hospital Medicine

Primary Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

Affiliated Programs 

 Program/Location  Contact Person Positions Available
Thomas Jefferson in Philadelphia, PA Rebecca Jaffe Day time hospitalists, nocturnists; hybrid day/night roles, APPs, POCUS fellowship (non-ACGME), GI co-management, addiction medicine interest/certification
Harvard-BWH Research Fellowship in Hospital Medicine in Boston, MA Jeff Schnipper 2 year fellowship
 Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston, MA  Joseph Li and Shani Herzig  Daytime hospitalists, nocturnists; full and part-time positions. Research faculty positions for fellowship-trained researchers.
 Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD  Dan Brotman  Daytime faculty, nocturnists; APPs; full and part-time positions; 1-year positions
 University of Colorado Division of Hospital Medicine in Denver/Aurora, CO  Marisha Burden  Daytime faculty, nocturnists; APPs; full and part-time positions; clinical scholars program – 1 year training program with focused areas in global health, quality/leadership, EBM/POCUS, or research; APP Fellowship
 UCSF Division of Hospital Medicine in San Francisco, CA  Margaret Fang  Daytime faculty, nocturnists, full and part-time positions, specialty hospitalists (cardiology hospitalists, oncology hospitalists)
 UCSF Academic Hospital Medicine Fellowship in San Francisco, CA  Margaret Fang  1 year fellowship (non-ACGME)
 Emory Division of Hospital Medicine in Atlanta, GA  Dan Hunt  Daytime hospitalists, nocturnists; full and part-time positions
 Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA  Melissa Mattison  Daytime staff, nocturnist staff, APPs; specialization tracks; full and part-time positions; 1-year positions
 Northwestern University Division of Hospital Medicine in Evanston, IL  Kevin O’Leary  Daytime faculty, nocturnists; APPs; full and part-time positions; 1-year positions; two-year academic hospital medicine fellowship
 Penn Medicine Division of Hospital Medicine in Philadelphia, PA  Emmanuel King  Career faculty roles (Assist/Assoc/Prof) are daytime only, full and part-time. Shorter-term (1-3 yrs) Instructor roles in Hospitalist Scholars Program with 3 tracks: Subspecialty Track, Academic Hospitalist Track, POCUS Track
Employment Opportunities
 University of Florida in Gainesville, FL  Nila Radhakrishnan  Daytime hospitalists, nocturnists, APPs
 University of Michigan Division of Hospital Medicine in Ann Arbor, MI  Stephanie Taylor  Day, night, and hybrid positions; APP positions, Research faculty
 University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM  Kendall Rogers  Faculty positions (daytime and nocturnist) available at associated community hospital
 University of Rochester in Rochester, NY  Justin Hopkin  Career faculty roles: POCUS fellowship; Advanced Heart Failure, Hepatology, and Geriatric Surgery co-management programs
 University of Texas in San Antonio, TX  Ankur Segon  Daytime, nocturnist and swing hospitalist roles, Clinician-investigator positions with protected time for researchs, 2-year academic hospital medicine fellowship with masters in medical education, translational research or quality improvement
 University of Washington in Seattle, WA  Carolyn Keller  Daytime faculty, nocturnists, consult faculty. Full and part-time positions available at each of our four campuses
 University of Washington Academic Hospitalist Fellowship in Seattle, WA  Som Mookherjee  1 year fellowship (non-ACGME)