Johns Hopkins Posted Oct 14, 2020

Baltimore, MD

Assistant/Associate Professor

The Department of Surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine seeks candidates for an Assistant/Associate Professor position in Acute Care Surgery. The applicant should have training and experience in Trauma, Emergency General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. Education participation and research endeavors are expected.

Time spent treating patients will consist of evaluation and management of trauma patients at our urban level I and level II trauma centers. Attending faculty perform 24/7 in-house call with Trauma and Emergency General Surgery in-house coverage. There are also opportunities for an elective general surgery practice.

Faculty will also have the opportunity to cover one of the Surgical Intensive Care Units (ICUs) as part of our overall clinical mission as a division. The Surgical ICUs have a mixture of surgical patients including: trauma, transplant, vascular, thoracic, orthopedic, plastic, obstetric, gynecologic-oncology, endocrine, and general surgical services. Fellows are present in the ICUs as they participate in an integrated fellowship between the Departments of Surgery and Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine.

Resident, fellow and medical student supervision and instruction is a major component of the position. Education is focused on general surgery residents, ICU fellows and Acute Care Surgery fellows. The attending is expected to help with formal didactic teaching.

Research endeavors will be encouraged and supported. Clinical research and outcome studies are abundant. Our current faculty have close collaborations with the Johns Hopkins Surgery Center for Outcomes Research (JSCOR), The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality.

Applicants must have an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. or equivalent degree. They should be certified by (or eligible to be) the American Board of Surgery. Additional training in Trauma or Critical Care is required.

Interested individuals are asked to send their CV to Kent Stevens, MD MPH, at

How to apply

Contact Kent Stevens at


1800 Orleans Street
Baltimore, MD 21287

Johns Hopkins
Assistant/Associate Professor
Baltimore, MD

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