Transfusion Medicine Division The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT The Transfusion Medicine Division at the University of Utah is seeking an academically oriented Transfusion Medicine Specialist at the Assistant/Associate Professor level to serve as Associate Medical Director of Transfusion Services. Candidates must be board-certified AP/CP or CP only pathologists with board certification/eligibility in Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine.
Expertise in the field of transfusion medicine is required. Duties will include clinical practice at a hospital-based Transfusion Service, teaching pathology residents, and research activities that together serve the academic mission of the Department of Pathology. Interest in quality management, immunohematology, and/or patient blood management is desirable. The relative distribution of research / teaching / administrative duties / patient care responsibilities will be tailored to the successful applicant’s experience and career goals.
The Transfusion Medicine Division at the University of Utah and ARUP Laboratories includes an FDA-registered hospital-based Transfusion Service (Blood Bank), an AABB accredited Immunohematology Reference Laboratory (IRL) serving clients throughout the United States, and an FDA-registered Donor Center. The primary clinical/administrative role of the successful applicant will involve the Transfusion Service and IRL.
University of Utah Health is a national leader in value-based healthcare and, as such, fosters a collaborative, multi-disciplinary environment to continuously improve quality. ARUP Laboratories is an internationally renowned academic reference laboratory with 4000+ employees that processes 55,000+ samples each day. The University of Utah Hospital is a 481-bed tertiary care hospital and Huntsman Cancer Center is a 100-bed National Cancer Care Network hospital. Approximately 16,000 red blood cells and 30,000 total blood component transfusions occur annually at both centers. Clinical services include level 1 trauma, hematopoietic stem cell transplant, solid organ transplant, complex cardiac surgery, high-risk obstetrics, critical care, and more.
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