Gastroenterology - Inpatient Teaching


Healthcare - Providers/Locum Tenens


Brooklyn, New York

Employment Type



Top academic hospital in Brooklyn looking for a Gastroenterology with a focus on hospitalist/consult service coverage and a heavy focus on teaching fellows. This is an employed position with a base salary + RVU bonus, CME money and standard hospital benefits including malpractice coverage.

Compensation : $375000 - $450000
Job ID : 28888

Job Function:
  • Department currently has seven general GIs who report into Chair of GI  
  • Program has therapeutic endoscopists, 2 hepatologists that rotate from Northwell and NYU, a GI motility program and a large pediatric IBD program that provides referrals
  • Expect schedule to be equivalent of 4 days/8 sessions clinical and 1 day/2 sessions towards administrative time
  • Join one other GI hospitalist and cover consults from 700 bed hospital, work with fellows (2 in program) on a daily basis, participate in regular conferences and can build in time for some outpatient work/procedures
  • Weeknight call 1:7 5pm-9am carry pager (uncommon to come in) weekend call 6-7 times a year, round in morning then go home  
  • Involvement in teaching and academics required, have two fellows in program so want this person very engaged in teaching  
  • Faculty appointment through local medical school  

Job Requirements:

  • Fellowship training in GI - specialization in IBD, Motility can be considered  
  • NY License required
  • Board Certification required
  • New Graduates completing their training in the next 12 months encouraged to apply

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