The Division of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine seeks candidates for Nocturnist roles for our inpatient general cardiology, heart failure, electrophysiology, and interventional cardiology services housed within the Progressive Cardiac Care Unit (PCCU) at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Nocturnist will also provide services to patients admitted the hospital's renal transplant service. The candidate will work collaboratively with other members of the healthcare team to provide the highest quality of care to patients. The successful applicant will have experience in cardiology. Applicants must have a M.D. or equivalent degree and have demonstrated excellence in clinical care, education, and research. Candidates must be Board-certified/Board-eligible in internal medicine.
Medical degree (or foreign equivalent);
Doctoral degree (or foreign equivalent) in xxx, Biomedical Sciences, or a closely related field;
Completion of a residency in internal medicine;
Board certified/eligible in internal medicine;
Possession of, or eligibility for, Maryland medical license.
To apply, please submit your application at: http://apply.interfolio.com/XXX and include the following materials: CV and Cover Letter
Internal Number: A-81774-4
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