The OU-TU School of Community Medicine in Tulsa, a regional campus of the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine, is seeking an Assistant/Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs. This position reports directly to the Dean, will have a faculty appointment in an academic department, as well as the administrative role of Chief Medical Officer, responsible for clinical leadership, quality, and patient safety by maintaining accountability of clinical performances of the School of Community Medicine's physicians practice, OU Physicians – Tulsa (OUP-T). With administrative support and guidance from the COO of OUP-T, this position is expected to work independently in overseeing clinical and quality aspects of the medical group, and delivery of health care services to patients through a culture of excellence in patient care and safety. This physician is expected to anticipate and resolve significant clinical and administrative issues while contributing to the decision-making processes as the senior physician in the medical group management team. Additionally, the individual must establish and maintain effective working relationships with the faculty, administrative leaders, support personnel, and external customers.
Tulsa is situated on the Arkansas River at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in northeast Oklahoma, a region of the state known as Green Country. Tulsa's cost of living is below the national average and features an abundance of affordable housing as well as a good selection of public and private primary education schools. The Tulsa metropolitan area is also a vibrant arts community with a ballet, opera, symphony orchestra and two world class art museums.
Candidates must hold an MD or DO degree, be eligible for unrestricted licensure in Oklahoma, be board certified in their specialty (and sub-specialty as applicable), eligible for credentialing under OU Physicians, and eligible for medical staff privileges at area medical facilities.
Qualified candidates should also have a comprehensive knowledge of clinical skills and issues in medical education.
For consideration, please submit CV and letter of interest in confidence to: