If you seek meaningful and satisfying work, as well as an exceptional quality of life, consider a future at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, a leading academic health system located in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin. UW Health offers a qualified roster of hospitalists to care for patients admitted to the hospital with general medical health problems.
UW Health physicians are faculty members of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH), which includes a coinciding appointment with the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation. As such, our doctors enjoy a rewarding clinical practice combined with enriching teaching and research opportunities. A hospitalist appointment with an academic institution such as the University of Wisconsin means that your employment is twofold: the UWSMPH component of your employment relates to teaching and research, while the UW Medical Foundation component relates to the care of patients.
UW hospitalists have tremendous opportunity for professional growth in a self-directed fashion. Affiliation with the University offers the hospitalists potential to become involved in research, teaching, curriculum development, and other academic pursuits, in addition to clinical medicine. Our mission is to provide the highest standard of innovative inpatient care through excellence in investigation, clinical progress and education. Our vision is for UW to be nationally recognized as a program of excellence in Hospital Medicine.
UW Health Hospital Medicine offers hospitalist opportunities in both academic and community settings. Our academic positions service University of Wisconsin Hospital and include opportunities in research, teaching, and other academic pursuits. Community hospitalists in the Regional Hospital Medicine group provide primarily innovative in-patient care in our community-based hospital in Watertown, Wisconsin.
Madison is a cosmopolitan medium-sized city of more than 220,000, uniquely situated on an isthmus between the area's two largest lakes, Mendota and Monona - a setting which offers impressive beauty, a compact and vital metropolitan area and a wide range of recreational activities. Home to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison also boasts more than 15,000 acres of sparkling lakes and beaches, as well as 260 parks. You'll find a cultural hub and plenty to do in Madison amid this scenic backdrop in the state capital of Wisconsin. Madison consistently ranks as a top community in which to live, work, play and raise a family.
Watertown, a community of 23,000, is located in southeast Wisconsin and nestled along the shores of the beautiful Rock River. Watertown is conveniently situated for residents and visitors alike - surrounded by rich productive farm land and connected to business markets by rail, air and highways. When you come to Watertown you'll sense Community Spirit all around. For generations, residents of Watertown have tended to the little things that make life great. As you drive through the community, you'll notice pride in ownership as well as pride in rental dwellings. Because of the efforts of the officials, employees and citizens, Watertown residents enjoy a high quality of life. The locally owned hospital and numerous medical clinics add much to daily life. The city library, senior/community center and park department truly help to round out services and recreational opportunities for all age groups. With all of the basics covered, residents feel protected and confident in their lives. They can focus on their families, operating businesses and volunteering in the community.
Current Hospital Medicine career opportunities are listed below:
Specialty Position: Hospital Medicine
Contact: Send an e-mail stating your area of interest and current CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Codes: 78643, 78644, 78645 (three openings)
Certification Level: Board Eligible/Board Certified
Experience Level: MD or DO
Practice Type: Full-time
Position Description: UW Health Division of Hospital Medicine seeks qualified candidates (MD or DO) in Internal Medicine for a Hospitalist position at University of Wisconsin Hospital. Candidates must be eligible for a Wisconsin medical license and BE/BC. Affiliation with the University offers the potential to become involved in research, teaching, curriculum development, and other academic pursuits in addition to clinical medicine. Our mission is to provide the highest standard of innovative inpatient care through excellence in investigation, clinical progress and education. Our vision is to be nationally recognized as a program of excellence in Hospital Medicine. If a position with UW Health Hospital Medicine is of interest to you, please forward your letter of intent and current CV.
UW Health is an equal employment opportunity, affirmative action employer that values diversity. Minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.