Director of Podiatry | APMA
Director of Podiatry

Location: Boston, Massachusetts
posted October 12, 2021

Job Type: Full-Time Faculty

Summary: Massachusetts General Hospital Service Director-Podiatry Overview The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is seeking a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine to serve as Director of Podiatric Services. The Podiatry Service at MGH is a section of the Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Division in the Department of Orthopaedics. This position represents a unique opportunity for the right individual to help build a highly resourced, surgical and non-surgical Podiatry service at one of the world’s leading academic health care institutions. Since 1811, Massachusetts General Hospital has been committed to delivering standard-setting medical care through clinical excellence, pioneering research, and world-class education. The successful candidate will work closely with the Chief of Foot and Ankle Orthopaedics, to continue building a world class Podiatric service as part of our Foot and Ankle Center of Excellence. As a member of our renowned Foot and Ankle Center team, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading all aspects of the Podiatry Service. This includes general oversight of the service’s clinical operations, teaching, research, finances, personnel, quality and safety, and program development. The service director, in collaboration with the Division Chief of Foot and Ankle will be responsible for strategic planning for the service. The service director will be responsible for serving as a role model and mentor for faculty and scientists on the service. He or she will represent the service in department leadership meetings as well as MGH/MGPO/MGB activities at the request of the Division Chief of Foot and Ankle and/or the Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery. The successful candidate will have: • A minimum of 10 years practicing Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in an academic medical center. • A minimum of 5 years in a leadership position within a Podiatry Department. • Demonstrated ability to navigate and be successful in a complex clinical enterprise. • Published at least 3 research articles as first author in peer-reviewed journals. • Demonstrated experience lecturing on Podiatric topics at regional and/or national conferences. • Demonstrated experience, and expertise in the evaluation and treatment of a wide variety of foot and ankle pathologies. • Board certification in Podiatric Surgery is required. • Familiarity with Orthobiologics and advanced technology, including ultra-sound, shockwave and Tekscan preferred. Contact Interested applications should submit their cover letter and CV directly to Jeremy Banchiere, Administrative manager for Foot & Ankle/Podiatry:

Practice Arrangement Type: Large Group (6+ Practitioners)

Post Graduate Training: More than three years

Surgery Options: Forefoot Surgery

Is practice affiliated with a residency-training program? -- No

Required to work in a nursing home or LTC Facility? -- No

Position Post will expire: November 11, 2021

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