The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic Florida is actively recruiting a Transfusion Medicine physician interested in developing a career at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. The successful candidate must have strong knowledge and skill sets in all aspects of Transfusion Medicine including apheresis, stem cell collection and processing, immunohematology, management of transfusion products, and regulatory compliance to join our growing practice and to make contributions to our patient care, and educational and scholarly activities.
The Transfusion Medicine service at Mayo Clinic in Florida supports a 300 bed tertiary care hospital, which includes general adult medicine and multiple complex specialty practices, including hematology/oncology, solid organ and stem cell transplantation, neurology, and cardiology. The Transfusion Medicine section is currently staffed by 2 full-time, board-certified Transfusion Medicine specialists who provide blood product transfusion support, supervise apheresis procedures, manage cellular therapy activities and offer clinical consultations. Approximately 24,000 blood products are transfused and over 7,050 apheresis procedures are performed annually. The Transfusion Medicine service supports stem cell processing, storage, and infusion for transplant as well as collection and processing of commercial and clinical trial immune effector cell products.
Mayo Clinic is nationally and internationally recognized for outstanding achievements in patient care, research, and education. Mayo Clinic Florida is ranked as the #1 hospital in Florida by US News and World Report. The Mayo Clinic Florida is currently a 2,000 plus physician integrated practice focused on delivering high quality, compassionate medical care in an academic environment and with the primary value of “the needs of the patient come first”. Our clinical programs offer expert patient care and research in several disciplines, and the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center (which includes the Mayo Clinic locations in Arizona, Florida, and Minnesota) is ranked by the NCI as one of the top 10 cancer centers in the nation, and is the only national, multi-site center with the NCI’s Comprehensive Cancer Center designation. The Mayo Clinic Florida campus is experiencing exciting growth and plans are in development to expand clinical practice space.
The successful candidate will have an MD, MD/PhD or equivalent degree, be board-certified in clinical pathology and transfusion medicine, and be eligible for Florida medical licensure and academic rank at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science. Candidates with strong experience in apheresis and cellular therapy are desired. At least three years of experience in clinical apheresis is preferred, although well-qualified candidates completing fellowships in transfusion medicine will also be considered. Applicants must have experience in all aspects of clinical transfusion medicine practice. Candidates will cover afterhours/weekend on-call activities for therapeutic apheresis and blood bank/transfusion. The selected candidate will participate in teaching residents and fellows, engage in scholarly activities, work in a team-oriented manner, and undertake leadership responsibilities as needed.
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