Duke Palliative Care seeks physicians with advanced training in palliative medicine to join our rapidly growing program. Selected candidates will have a faculty appointment, frequent teaching opportunities, and be a part of a dynamic interdisciplinary team. Practice areas and locations include inpatient and outpatient palliative care services in both academic and community teaching hospitals, inpatient and outpatient hospice, and the community. Positions are open for adult, pediatric, and mixed roles.
Additional highlights of this position include:
A palliative care program that spans inpatient/outpatient/home/hospice for both pediatric and adult patients
Opportunity to contribute to a health system-wide population-based palliative care initiative that includes innovation, quality improvement, and primary palliative care education
Supervision of a variety of learners including medical students, residents, and Hospice & Palliative Medicine fellows.
World-class academic environment with opportunities for mentorship and both local and national research.
Competitive salary and benefits including block scheduling, paid time off, CME allowance, children’s tuition benefit, and exceptional 403b match plan.
*Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Requirements include Board certification in Internal Medicine or one of its sub-specialties and Board Certification/ Eligibility in Hospice and Palliative Medicine (fellowship training strongly preferred). Academic rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications.
Internal Number: 01132020
About Duke University Health System
The Duke Palliative Care program is a growing clinical enterprise providing inpatient and outpatient (both clinic and community) care. We currently employ 15 physicians, 9 Advanced Practice Providers, 3 Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and a Nurse Navigator. With clinical programs at the three hospitals comprising the Duke University Health System, providers are afforded the opportunity to practice in both academic and community teaching hospital settings as well as the Duke hospice program.