The Intestinal/Living Liver Transplant Surgeon is a new surgical position that will be utilized to develop a new organ program within Scripps Center for Organ and cell Transplantation. Responsible for program growth, development and initiation through high standards of practice through development of transplant policies, protocols and practice guidelines with oversight from Medical Director and Transplant Administrator. Surgeon will also be proficient in liver, kidney, pancreas transplantation as well as organ procurements.
Participate in the research, development and writing of transplant policies, protocols and practice guidelines
Participate in transplant program policies and procedures as they pertain to patient care
Work with Medical Director and Transplant Administrator to integrate the intestinal transplant program with all other departments and services within the hospital.
Promote a cooperative and collaborative working environment among the clinical disciplines involved in transplant care.
Maintain an effective working relationship with the medical staff, transplant service staff, administration and other departments.
Assists the Medical Director and Transplant Administrator in developing and meeting the transplant programs budgetary goals
Help to oversees processes to insure that transplant nursing staff and clinical transplant coordinators are appropriately oriented to the intestinal transplant program and continue to participate in transplant related continuing education programs.
Lead efforts to develop and maintain the intestinal Transplant program.
Collaborate with the Medical Director and Transplant Administrator to establish transplant program goals and objectives consistent with those of the hospital and ensure that those of the transplant program are being met.
Provide input on the development and maintenance of practice guidelines, policies and methodologies for medical/surgical transplant care.
Participate in regional, statewide and national activities affecting the intestinal transplant program.
Attend local, national and international meetings and conferences to remain current regarding issues relevant to the performance of duties
Ability to work a variable schedule including evenings and weekends
Responsible for program growth, development and initiation through high standards of practice through development of transplant policies, protocols and practice guidelines with oversight from Medical Director and Transplant Administrator. Surgeon will also be proficient in liver, kidney, pancreas transplantation as well as organ procurements.
Additional Salary Information: Additional information:
•Scripps Clinic Medical Group (SCMG) is a multi-specialty group with over 650 physicians serving San Diego and the surrounding region. Established over 85 years ago, it is recognized as one of the premier medical groups in the country and boasts an excellent reputation in over 40 medical and surgical specialties. SCMG is partnered with MD Anderson Cancer Center for oncology care.
•Clinic-managed business without the hassle of running a practice
•Competitive benefit package including employer contribution to 401(k) Plan
•EPIC EMR in all hospitals and clinic offices
•Live and work in beautiful coastal San Diego
Internal Number: 02242020
About Scripps Clinic Medical Group
Caring for San Diegans since 1924, Scripps Clinic is San Diego’s first choice for exceptional primary care and highly specialized and coordinated specialty care. Scripps Clinic offers a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services that are nationally recognized for quality, excellence and innovation. From primary to specialty care, our team-based model is designed to provide the best possible care and outcomes for you and your family. More than 850 providers and physicians provide 1 million patient visits a year coordinated through an integrated electronic health record.