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Division Chair, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

first_imgDiversity Statement Information Mission or Goal of Unit Tenure StatusNon-Tenure Eligible Required Qualifications RankOpen School/UnitSchool of Medicine Posted SalaryCommensurate Position NumberF66530 Type of SearchNational Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Grant funded position?No This position will fulfill several urgent needs of thisdivision:ClinicalThe faculty member will have clinical responsibilities in the careof the Plastic and Reconstructive patients on the MCV campus of VCUas well as community facilities. The incumbent will be responsiblefor the development of an active surgical practice, with thesupport of the Division and Department’s leadership.TeachingThe faculty member will have teaching responsibilities in all areasof Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with direct oversight to theresident clinics both at the VCU Medical Center and the McGuireVAMC .ResearchThe faculty member will establish clinical research projects withmedical students and residents to establish evidence based practiceoutcomes in the areas of complex wounds and surgicaleducation.ServiceThe faculty member will serve on departmental and hospitalcommittees as assigned and participate in regional and nationalprofessional organizations. Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal Number of Months12 We are seeking an energetic and dynamic individual to head theDivision of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at VCU Health. Thisperson will be responsible for setting the vision and transformingpractice, research and education with an integrated plastic surgeryresidency in a premier program with active programs in microsurgery, reconstruction, comprehensive burn care, hand surgery,pediatric craniofacial and cosmetic surgery. This division isstaffed by 7 surgeons and 8 nurse practitioners and physicianassistants dedicated to providing the highest quality health careservices. It is also home to the Evans-Haynes Burn Center, theoldest civilian burn center in the country. Verified as the onlyLevel 1 adult and pediatric burn center in the region, theEvans-Haynes Burn Center provides interdisciplinary and holisticcare for acute burns and the reconstructive needs of burnsurvivors. The division supports the very active level 1 traumacenter and the Massey Cancer Center.This position is a collateral, non-tenure track faculty position inthe area of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The faculty membershould have clinical interests in microsurgery, complex woundmanagement, burn care and general plastic surgery. In addition tochairman responsibilities, the faculty member will support thedivision in teaching responsibilities at the VCU Medical Center andthe McGuire VAMC . Position Responsibilities Working TitleDivision Chair, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgerycenter_img Preferred Qualifications • Must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in Plastic andReconstructive Surgery• Must be committed to resident education and teaching• Must be committed to clinical research and innovation• Must have demonstrated experience working in and fostering adiverse faculty, staff, and student environment or a commitment todo so as a faculty member at VCU The mission of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeryof the Department of Surgery is the advancement of science throughresearch and the training of undergraduate and graduate students inour discipline. The Department fosters a level of research andprofessional activity essential to the graduate and to theprofessional growth of the faculty. The Division provides juniorfaculty with clinical and research experiences that prepare themfor their professional careers. The Division is committed toenhance diversity among its faculty, staff, and students. Finally,faculty have a responsibility to provide service to theirprofession and to the university community. A strong interest in microsurgical reconstruction desired Date Posted06/16/2020 Open Until FilledYes DepartmentSurgery Inquiries may be directed to Jessica Carey, HR Administrator, VCUDepartment of Surgery at [email protected] or(804)828-9662 Proposed Hire Date10/01/2020 Application Process/Additional Information Quick Linkhttps://www.vcujobs.com/postings/99254 Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go tohttp://greatplace.vcu.edu. Application Deadline Date Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum Vitae (CV)Optional DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationOther DocumentReference Letter – 1Reference Letter – 2Reference Letter – 3 Position TypeTeaching and Research Facultylast_img read more

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Lakers to consider Ronnie Price’s hope to re-sign with the Lakers

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error OAKLAND >> The 2014-15 season already ended for Lakers guard Ronnie Price. After having surgery to remove bone spurs in his right elbow, it has not healed enough for Price to shoot a basketball with his dominant hand, let alone play. Yet, Price still remained present around the Lakers this week, beginning running drills both at the practice facility and at Staples Center in hopes of expediting his rehabilitation.After all, Price said he “absolutely” wants to re-sign with the Lakers once he becomes an unrestricted free agent in July. Price fully understands the Lakers will prioritize the NBA draft and marquee free agents before assessing his future. But Price wants to ensure he has fully recovered from his elbow surgery so the Lakers solely evaluate him on his performance. The nine-year veteran averaged only 5.1 points on 34.5 percent shooting and 3.8 assists. But Price still started 20 of 43 games because Lakers coach Byron Scott liked his toughness, defensive presence and locker room leadership. Something else seems more definitive. Although Scott believed Price could coach whenever he retires, Price said he would only do so at the high school or AAU level. “Coaches have more (working) hours than players,” Price said. “I want to know my kids and I want them to know me.”Injury updateLakers forward Nick Young received a CT scan Monday in Los Angeles on his swollen left knee. The Lakers expect to know the results sometime on Tuesday. Young has missed the past 10 games because of his injury.center_img “I don’t consider my season to be great at all,” said Price, who believes his elbow injury limited his follow-through in recent seasons. “But as far as showing I can still be productive and show the Lakers what I can do every day in practice, hopefully they see some value.”Price added he “absolutely” would remain interested in staying with the Lakers even as a third-string point guard. The Lakers appear invested in developing rookie guard Jordan Clarkson and could also upgrade the position through free agency (Rajon Rondo, Goran Dragic) or through the NBA Draft. Price also added he would like more stability after having various stops in Sacramento (2005-07), Utah (2007-11), Phoenix (2011-12), Portland (2012-13) and Orlando (2013-14). “I would love to have a chance to play for Byron Scott again. I respect him as a coach and respect his leadership,” said Price, who joined the Lakers this season on a one-year, non-guaranteed deal worth $1.3 million. “Byron stayed consistent throughout the entire year as far as what he expects from us, what he wants us to do on the floor and how we’re supposed to approach the game.”Consider the feeling mutual.“He’s definitely a guy we’ll consider,” Scott said of Price before the Lakers played the Golden State Warriors on Monday night at Oracle Arena. “He showed he can play and he is a type of guy you want on a team. But we have to see what we do in the draft and free agent market.”last_img read more

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