The Department of Pathology at Weill Cornell Medicine in partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian, Brooklyn Methodist (NYPBMH) and Queens Hospitals (NYPQ) is seeking an Assistant Medical Director of Clinical Pathology (CP) and Transfusion Medicine (TM).
The ideal applicant will have experience in Transfusion Medicine, laboratory operations, quality improvement, laboratory administration, as well as compliance experience with all applicable regulatory and accreditation requirements.
This is a joint recruitment between NYPBMH and NYPQ campuses; the Assistant Medical director will be involved in harmonizing standard operating procedures between NYP different campuses. In addition, the duties will include direct on site (NYPBMH) and remote (NYPQ) oversight of Blood Bank; consultative services to clinicians on a rotating basis; performance of a variety of laboratory services, e.g.: protein electrophoresis; transfusion reaction investigations; and antibody identification reports, etc.
Applicants should be board certified in AP/CP or CP only, with subspecialty board certification in Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine and 1-2 years of experience in a Clinical Pathology service. The candidate must be qualified for a New York State Certificate of Qualification (COQ) in TM and other CP disciplines. Academic rank and compensation will be commensurate with the level of experience and scholarly accomplishments.
Please e-mail curriculum vitae, the names and contact information of three references to:
Tan A. Ince, MD, PhD
Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
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