Director, Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Tulane University School of Medicine seeks to recruit a Director of Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy to join the Division of Gastroenterology.
- Director, Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
- Gastroenterology, Hepatology
- New Orleans, LA
Position Overview – Director of Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy, Division of Gastroenterology
The Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Tulane University School of Medicine is recruiting for a Director, Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy to develop our advanced therapeutic endoscopy program in pursuit of our goal to providing a wide array of exceptional clinical programs and to enhance our clinical research endeavors. The successful candidate will provide evaluation and treatment for hepatobiliary and pancreatic conditions. Additionally, clinical responsibilities include inpatient consults and outpatient clinics at Tulane Medical Center, University Medical Center, and New Orleans VA Medical Center. This position will be responsible for the instruction and teaching of gastroenterology fellows.
- M.D. or D.O.
- Gastroenterology Fellowship and an Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy subspecialty fellowship
- Board Certified or Board Eligible in Gastroenterology
- Eligible of licensure in Louisiana
The Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
The Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatology has a tradition of major contributions in clinical and basic science research, training the next generation of gastroenterology fellows for academic and clinical careers, and providing personal care for patients with complex gastrointestinal and liver diseases.
Tulane Gastroenterology is staffed with expert gastroenterologists who care for all forms of gastrointestinal disease including cancer screening, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), motility disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatic disease, biliary disease, nutritional disorders, and liver disease.
Our endoscopy center is a state-of-the-art facility staffed with dedicated professional nurses and endoscopic technologists. We utilize the most up-to-date techniques to screen for colon cancer, assess acid reflux, screen for Barrett’s esophagus, evaluate anemia, dysphagia, and abdominal pain, detect gastrointestinal motility disorders, and endoscopically manage pancreaticobiliary disorders.
Adjacent to the Tulane Gastroenterology clinic is the Tulane Abdominal Transplant Institute clinic. In the transplant clinic, patients with liver disease are managed and evaluated for optimal therapy, including liver transplant when applicable. The abdominal transplant clinic is also the site of many ongoing clinical trials for new medications to treat liver diseases of all types.
Gastroenterology Fellowship Program
The Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Program at Tulane is a three year ACGME-approved subspecialty program leading to competence in the independent practice of general gastroenterology. The curriculum follows guidelines for GI training set down by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Trainees will rotate among three main sites, all of which serve patients from New Orleans, south Louisiana and beyond: Tulane University Hospital and Clinic, University Medical Center New Orleans (UMCNO), and Southeast Louisiana Veterens Health Care System (SLVHCS).
Faculty include individuals with expertise in general gastroenterology, hepatology (especially liver transplant), advanced therapeutic endoscopy, and inflammatory bowel disease. The diverse faculty also include those with many years of practice in both private and academic settings. Fellows will have an opportunity for exposure to all of these disciplines. They will also have the opportunity to be involved with clinical and basic research.
Tulane Medical Center
Tulane Medical Center is an acclaimed teaching, research and medical center serving the greater New Orleans area. Tulane physicians provide leading-edge care ranging from primary to tertiary to quaternary in a vast number of specialties.
With 235+ beds and 600+ physicians, Tulane Medical Center continues to grow to reflect the changing needs of the community. In addition to the downtown campus, Tulane Medical Center includes the Tulane Hospital for Women and Children campus in Metarie and the Lakeview Regional Medical Center campus in Covington.
New Orleans VA Medical Center
In 2005 Hurricane Katrina devastated the downtown New Orleans VA Medical Clinic built in 1951. The Southeast Louisiana VA Medical Center’s $1 billion complex opened in 2016 and sets a new standard for the VA’s patient-centered care and was designed to honor veteran’s service and reflect the culture of New Orleans.
The 1.6 million sf facilities spans 12 city blocks and 29 acres is designed to set a new benchmark for storm preparedness. In the event of an emergency, the medical center has 100% backup power that can last up to 5 days to keep patients safe. All mission-critical functions are located at least 20 feet above ground to protect them from flood damage.
The New Orleans VA Medical Center has teaching and research affiliations with Tulane University School of Medicine and Louisiana State University School of Medicine. The state-of-the-art facilities include 120 medical and surgery beds, 20 acute psychiatric beds, 40 rehabilitation beds, 20 hospice beds, and 23 exam rooms. The outpatient clinical space is 400,000 square feet, enough to accommodate a projected 500,000 outpatient visits each year.
University Medical Center New Orleans
University Medical Center New Orleans is the academic medical center of the LCMC Health and ultimate expression of a 275-year legacy of serving the people of New Orleans and South Louisiana. The $1.2 billion state-of-the-art hospital is academically partnered with Louisiana State University and Tulane University to train the next generation of healthcare professionals and is the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center.
The 2.3 million sf hospital features three patient towers with 446-acute care beds including 60 behavioral health beds, 19 operating rooms, 76 pre-op and post-op bays, 56 emergency department exam rooms, nine acute treatment rooms and five trauma rooms.
Tulane University School of Medicine
The Tulane University School of Medicine has established itself as a vital component in the renewal of one of America’s greatest cities. We train the most qualified students to be capable, compassionate physicians who will provide high quality primary or specialty care locally, nationally, and globally. We improve human health and foster healthy communities through discovery and translation of the best science into clinical practice and education; to deliver the highest quality patient care and prepare the next generation of distinguished clinical and scientific leaders. Our vision is to be a distinctive, preeminent research-intensive medical school, transforming health through discovery, lifelong learning, and patient-centered health care.
At Tulane we are strengthening our core – the shared values, both current and aspirational, that embody our university, support our mission, drive our decisions, and inspire us to do more and be more. These values were developed from surveys and focus groups made up of students, faculty, and staff from throughout our university. They are described and illustrated on the pages below through words, photos, and real-life stories. More importantly, they are put into practice daily by the members of the Tulane community for the benefit of the global neighborhood we serve.
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans is one of the world’s most fascinating cities – home to an utterly unique melting pot of culture, food, and music. Come down and experience New Orleans, one of America’s most culturally and historically rich destinations. New Orleans is also home to some of the most unique neighborhoods in the country. From the historic French Quarter to the beautiful homes uptown, there are no shortage of amazing neighborhoods to explore in the city.
With some of the most noteworthy and recognized restaurants in the nation, NOLA is a foodie’s paradise. From legendary and long-established Commander’s Palace to new, award-winning Israeli restaurant Shaya, there is never a shortage of incredible restaurants to enjoy around town.
Take in a view of the Mississippi River while eating beignets from Café du Monde, listen to incredible music in the French Quarter, visit an alligator hatchery or take a haunted history tour. At Tulane, one thing is for sure – you will never have a shortage of incredible things to do!
Learn more about some of the ongoing recruitment efforts at Tulane University School fo Medicine by visiting the job post links below: