Job Opening: Subacute Rehabilitation Physician
The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is seeking a full-time, board-certified physiatrist to support rehabilitation services provided at Subacute rehabilitation units. The physician will serve in a consultative role to support the care and rehabilitation of patients in this setting. This position will collaborate with other Subacute rehabilitation physicians to support all the sites being served. This position will be based at subacute rehabilitation units within the Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network, except for occasional vacation cross-coverage or call—approximately one week for every 10 weeks.
The JH rehabilitation units are CARF certified for general rehabilitation and stroke. Totaling 51 beds, they receive a broad spectrum of patients from medical complex to stroke and vent rehabilitation.
This extraordinary position offers many opportunities for clinical practice and teaching in a stimulating and supportive environment with outstanding colleagues. Successful candidates will have previous experience managing or directing rehabilitation programs. Leadership experience in an academical setting is highly desirable. We offer a competitive compensation package that includes performance-based bonuses and outstanding benefits.
- Serve in a consultative role to support the care and rehabilitation of patients in this setting.
- Collaborate with other Subacute rehabilitation physicians to support all the sites being served.
- Previous experience managing or directing rehabilitation programs.
- Leadership experience in an academical setting is highly desirable.
How To Apply
Letters of interest and CV should be sent to Search Committee:
Email: Jessica Brockington at [email protected].
Johns Hopkins is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer