Tufts Medical Center and Tufts University School of Medicine, in Boston, MA, seeks a new Chair, for the Department of Surgery. The Chair will oversee all activities related to the staff, surgeons, and the operating room to include surgical outcomes. The Chair will also be responsible for leading all teaching and research activities within the Department, including medical students and graduate medical educational programs. The Chair will be charged with implementing a strategic vision for the Department with a strong focus on our Wellforce partners and growth.
Interested physician candidates should have a track record of personal academic accomplishments, demonstrated successful administrative and leadership experience at an academic institution as the Department Chair, Division Chief or Section Head, and possess credentials to include:
Board Certification in General Surgery and/or added qualifications and boards in a subspecialty area
Ability to meet the requirements for an academic appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor level
Keen understanding for developing and leading ACGME accredited residency programs
Previous experience in healthcare quality, resource management, outcomes improvement, patient safety, and positive patient experience
5 plus years track record of success in surgical leadership within an academic institution
Political savvy, emotional intelligence, and the ability to interact within all levels of system level management
Commitment network development, growth, operational efficiency and integration
The Department of Surgery At Tufts Medical Center consists of 7 divisions which include: Thoracic Surgery, Trauma Surgery and Emergency Surgical Services, Kidney Transplant, Colorectal Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, Onco-Plastic Surgery and Surgical Oncology. Currently, we have 20 faculty members and are actively growing many of these programs and adding new faculty to cover our growing services at Tufts and with our Wellforce community partners.
Tufts Medical Center, a 410 bed ACS Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma center, is the academic hub of the Wellforce Health System. As the principal teaching hospital of Tufts University School of Medicine, Tufts Medical Center is at the forefront of education and research, training the next generation of physicians, including 48 residency and fellowship programs. We conduct groundbreaking basic, clinical and health policy research and are in the top 10 percent of independent institutions receiving federal research funding and conduct $50 million annually in extramurally-funded research. Our quality initiatives consistently place us in the top 15% of all hospitals in the Vizient system. Our case mix index is at the top of Boston hospitals, and we provide world class care including one of the busiest heart failure and cardiac transplant programs in the country. Tufts Medical Center is in the top 15 percent of independent institutions receiving federal research funding and conducts $50 million annually in extramurally funded research. Tufts Medical Center and the Floating Hospital offer 43 resident (including pathology) and fellowship programs with 451 residents and fellows.
Tufts Medical Center Physicians Organization supports, inspires and empowers our diverse physician membership to provide innovative and collaborative world-class, patient-centered health care by creating an environment for transformative education, training and research. As an employee of the Tufts Medical Center Physician Organization (TMCPO) you will receive competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, and a generous employer retirement plan contribution.
Interested and qualified candidates send Cover Letter and CV to: