Cleveland Clinic PA-Post-Grad-Fellowship-Reconstructive-MicrosurgeryPlastic-Surgery in Cleveland, Ohio

Job Summary:

Location:

Cleveland Clinic

Department of Plastic Surgery

Dermatology & Plastic Surgery Institute

Cleveland, OH

Date Available: Aug 1, 2017

Term: Aug 1, 2017 - July 31, 2018

Requirements:

Competitive candidates will have successfully completed applicable (at least) master's degree program. Additionally, they must hold active unrestricted board certification and all applicable Ohio licensure to practice and prescribe as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. We will offer completion of the Ohio certificate to prescribe externship as part of this fellowship opportunity for mid-level providers.

Position Description:

A one-year post graduate fellowship in reconstructive microsurgery is available beginning Aug 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018, at Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio. The training is one full year of clinical activity concentrated in reconstructive plastic surgery using microsurgical techniques. It gives the trainee the opportunity to combine clinical activities in operative microsurgery, patient care, clinical research, and optional laboratory activities when desired. Candidates will acquire extensive clinical and didactic expertise in inpatient and outpatient plastic surgery to include: surgical first assisting, perioperative management (plastic, vascular, orthopedic, colorectal, and general surgery), diagnostic evaluation (internal medicine, infectious disease, dermatology, physical and rehabilitation medicine, and hyperbaric oxygen), and multidisciplinary management (physical therapy, and nutrition). The fellowship training in reconstructive microsurgery is a specialized training opportunity for those who have interest in the practice of complex and state of the art reconstruction. At the conclusion of this program, the candidate will be prepared to independently organize, develop and run an advanced specialty service.

Along with their clinical and surgical training, candidates will participate in and plan research initiatives in the Department of Plastic Surgery; candidates will be supported to submit abstracts, articles for publication, and attend major meeting(s).

Candidates will be exposed to emerging technologies to include: tele-health modalities, EMR based data analytics and informatics, ancillary therapies, point-ofcare diagnostics, and advanced surgical/microsurgical reconstruction. Additional direct experience to include: face transplantation, hand transplantation, transgender surgery, hyperbaric oxygen, skin/soft tissue substitutes, and negative pressure wound therapy systems.

The position is offered through the Department of Plastic Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic.

Compensation and Benefits:

The fellow will be hired in a full-time, salary exempt position not to exceed one full year of employment. The fellow will be eligible for the full-time benefits as described in the Total Rewards Brochure. The salary will be paid to the employee on a semi-monthly basis.

If the fellow is successful in the role, upon completion of the termed program the fellow will have the option to apply for an open position within the department or within the Cleveland Clinic enterprise. If the fellow does not secure employment within the Cleveland Clinic, their employment will be terminated per the terms of this fellowship.

Applying:

Please send required application material to:

Evan Minior, MSN, FNP-BC

miniore@ccf.org

  1. Completed application (http://jobs.clevelandclinic.org/).

  2. Cover letter- discuss interest in, and goals surrounding fellowship completion.

  3. Letters of recommendations (3)

a. Clinical preceptor with minimum 100 hours direct clinical practicum.

b. Academic faculty/program director.

c. Most recent supervisor/manager (who you directly report to) from employment in APN; may substitute with additional clinical faculty.

Contact:

Evan Minior, MSN, FNP-BC

Director, APN/PA.

Dermatology & Plastic Surgery Institute

Cleveland Clinic

9500 Euclid Ave; A60

Cleveland, OH 44195

p: 216.444.8542

f: 216.444.9419

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