The Department of Anesthesiology at The University of Minnesota Medical School is seeking general anesthesiologists to join their growing team. Applicants must be ASA board certified or board eligible in anesthesiology, have a strong desire to teach medical students and trainees while being comfortable working in a tertiary academic medical center seeing complex cases.
The Department of Anesthesiology consists of 7 Divisions, 69 faculty, 29 residents, and 10 fellows across its 3 fellowship programs, namely, cardiothoracic anesthesiology, pediatric anesthesiology, and regional anesthesia and acute pain. The Clinical Divisions include Cardiac, Chronic Pain, Critical Care Medicine, Multispecialty, Obstetric, Pediatric, and Perioperative Medicine and Patient Safety. Clinical care is provided at The University of Minnesota Medical Center, a Level I Trauma and Tertiary Care Center, and at The University of Minnesota Clinics and Surgery Center, a new, 342,000-square-foot care facility that opened in 2016 on the East Bank of the UMMC campus.
High standard of livability while living in Minnesota—ranked #1 by Forbes for Quality of Life (2017).
- Monday-Friday schedule, 6:30a-3:00p on most days; light call requirements with ample trainee support
- Diverse case mix; pediatrics, cardiac and liver transplant covered separately and will NOT be required for incoming faculty
- Tertiary care referral center, top-notch facilities across the board within an excellent teaching environment
- Excellent CRNA and nurse anesthetist support—the Department employs over 100 non-physician anesthetists
- Department provides strong support for those who wish to pursue academic interests, including 30+ days of academic time per year
- Academic medical center is located within The University of Minnesota campus—strong collaboration opportunities, Big Ten Land Grant University campus
One of the preeminent public universities in the nation, The University of Minnesota is currently home to more than 65,000 students across 18 colleges. As one of the largest medical schools in the country, The University of Minnesota Medical School trains more than 70% of Minnesota's physicians, receives more than $188 million in research grants each year, and provides care to nearly 1 million patients across the state. The University of Minnesota campus is on the shores of the Mississippi River and the city of Minneapolis, a short distance away from St. Paul. The Twin Cities has a high standard of livability, outstanding schools, and numerous cultural and sporting events including hosting the 2017 NFL Super Bowl.