Department of Surgery seeking a new attending and surgery faculty member in the Section of Colon & Rectal Surgery
Boston Medical Center (BMC) and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) Department of Surgery seeking a new attending and surgery faculty member in the Section of Colon & Rectal Surgery.
BMC is a 496-bed academic medical center located in Boston’s historic South End. BMC provides a full range of pediatric and adult care services, from primary care and family medicine to advanced specialty care. Emphasizing community-based care, BMC is committed to providing consistently excellent and accessible health services to all.
BMC is the principal teaching affiliate of Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM). BUSM is highly ranked and is a recognized leader in groundbreaking medical research.
The section of colon and rectal surgery prides itself on delivering world class treatment of benign and malignant colon, rectal and anal diseases. The section is led by Jason Hall MD, MPH and consists of two attending surgeons and a robust support staff.
The Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery seeks an American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery (ABCRS) board eligible/board certified colon and rectal surgeon with an interest in minimally invasive, open and anorectal colorectal surgery. Qualified candidates should have an active research interest and a passion for resident education.
We ask that candidates who wish to be considered send a CV and cover letter describing the experiences that qualify them for our position. Please send all materials directly to: David McAneny, MD, Vice Chair, Department of Surgery, Boston University School of Medicine via email to David.McAneny@bmc.org. Please include “Colon and Rectal Surgery Position” in the subject line.
Boston University and Boston Medical Center are equal opportunity employers, committed to their common mission of improving the health of Boston’s residents while adhering to the highest standards of academic medicine.
BMC and BUSM are affirmative action/equal employment employers.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.