We are an academic practice of more than 100 hospitalists who are engrained in leadership roles throughout the healthcare system. We are looking for hospitalists who want to build a career in hospital medicine. We offer opportunities for professional development in medical education, quality improvement, research, business and leadership. We have multiple service lines that include resident, acting intern, APP-resident, PA-student, oncology, malignant hematology, perioperative medicine, medical-surgical comanagement, triage, and nights-evenings.
The division members participate in and direct numerous quality improvement, educational and operational efforts for the College of Medicine and UK Healthcare. Thirty-six percent of the faculty is supported for their extra-clinical roles and new opportunities become available all year around. Full-time, non-tenure eligible faculty positions are available at a rank commensurate with experience.
• 175 clinical shifts
• Less than 13 average encounters
• Highly competitive salary and exceptional benefits
• Differential payment models for evening and nights
• Closed ICU
• Fully integrated EMR (Epic)
• Robust onboarding and administrative support
Lexington, KY, is consistently ranked in the top places to live in the US.
We support H1B visa and can sponsor green card. We are unable to support J1 visa.
Please email cover letter and CV to:
Romil Chadha, MD, MBA, MPH, SFHM, FACP
Chief, Division of Hospital Medicine
University of Kentucky Healthcare
MN604, 800 Rose St, Lexington KY, 40536
Email: [email protected]
The Division of Hospital Medicine at the University of Kentucky is offering a two-year Fellowship program with two tracks.
Executive Leadership Track
The Executive Leadership track is directed by Dr. Paula Bailey. The fellow will complete a Master in Health Administration or a Master in Business Administration. The fellow will gain knowledge and real-world experience in leadership skills including strategic planning, value-based care requirements, utilization review, and documentation/billing requirements. Graduating from this Executive Leadership program puts you on an administrative leadership career path.
The Educator track is directed by Dr. Jagriti Chadha. The fellow will complete an MS in Instructional Systems Design or MS in Research Methods in Education. The fellow will gain knowledge regarding teaching skills and get to observe seasoned educators during bedside and small group teaching. In turn, they will get feedback from mentors/core faculty during bedside teaching, small group teaching, and large group presentations. Graduating from the Educator program puts you on a leadership in medical education career path.
The fellows will be connected with mentors in their respective areas. To apply, please send the following to [email protected]:
• Cover Letter with a statement on why you believe this fellowship is a good fit for your career
• 3 Letters of Recommendation