Nephrology Job In Detroit, Michigan
Kidney Transplant Program Director Opportunity with Detroit Medical CenterNext Steps... Apply Now Register Now Call Melanie Yenchai: Sign in to view
Detroit Medical Center is actively seeking a Transplant Nephrologist for an excellent hospital-based leadership opportunity as the Program Director for the longstanding Kidney Transplant Program. This position includes clinic responsibilities, inpatient rounds, and additional duties as UNOS designated program director. Night and weekend on call as per nephrology schedule.
Additionally, this position will have an academic appointment as you will work with nephrology fellows, residents, and medical students. Clinical research opportunities also available.
The Detroit Medical Center’s (DMC) record of service has provided medical excellence throughout the history of the Metropolitan Detroit area. Our medical experts are nationally recognized and each year, hundreds of DMC doctors are included in the list of America’s Best Doctors™. We are a leading academically integrated system in Metropolitan Detroit and the largest healthcare provider in Southeast Michigan.
All interested candidates are encouraged to submit their current CV for immediate consideration. All inquiries are kept strictly confidential and no personal information is shared outside the DMC/Tenet network.
Welcome to Harper University Hospital
The DMC’s Harper University Hospital is one of the nation’s premier hospitals — consistently ranking near the top of the U.S. News & World Report "America’s Best Hospitals" list.
The Future of Medicine is Happening Now at Harper
We’re one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in the nation with fully-implemented Electronic Medical Records, 100 percent medication scanning and advanced robotic surgery technology. Located in Detroit, we serve patients from across the country and around the world. We offer a broad range of clinical services, including the neurosciences, cardiovascular care, minimally invasive surgery and organ transplants.
One of America’s Oldest Teaching Hospitals
Established in 1863, Harper is among America’s oldest and most highly regarded teaching institutions. As part of the Wayne State University School of Medicine, we’re staffed by leading medical experts and educators — many of whom rank among the top in the nation. These exceptional doctors are engaged in pioneering medical research and clinical trials, often giving patients access to innovative treatments and advanced diagnostic services before they are widely available. This includes remarkable techniques such as non-invasive brain surgery and computer-guided endoscopic sinus surgery.