05 Jan Hematologist: Benign Hematology Program; Joint Community-Faculty Position – TOH and University of Ottawa, Ottawa
The Ottawa Hospital and University of Ottawa
Benign Hematology Program; Joint Community-Faculty Position
Division of Hematology, Department of Medicine,
The Ottawa Hospital and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa
The Division of Hematology (Ottawa Blood Disease Centre) at The Ottawa Hospital is experiencing significant clinical and academic growth. We are seeking a hematologist specializing in Benign Hematology to help us lead in clinical care, education and research by joining a community-based clinical practice with a part-time academic role. The position available is for a part-time academic appointment with the Department of Medicine and the Ottawa Hospital.
The Ottawa Blood Disease Centre is a large group of 41 faculty members, 11 specializing in benign hematology, 3 working in joint community-faculty positions. The Division has three well-defined and successful clinical and research programs: Malignant Hematology, Thrombosis and Benign Hematology. The benign hematology group includes dedicated programs in Apheresis, Hemostasis, Hemoglobinopathy, Transfusion Medicine, and General Hematology. The role of a joint community-faculty hematologist includes participation in hematology inpatient services, availability and supervision of hospital-based treatments and procedures through the three Ottawa Hospital Medical Daycare Units, plus shared central intake for benign hematology referrals. Joint community-faculty hematologists participate in medical education teaching, academic rounds and committee work of their interest. The successful applicant will also work in a community-based clinical hematology practice.
Academically, the division of hematology supports undergraduate and postgraduate training, including subspecialty fellowship trainees in all three of our programs. The Division of Hematology and the University of Ottawa Department of Medicine support research, education, and academic roles. The successful candidate would participate in part-time associate benefits through the competitive Department of Medicine Academic Incentive Program.
The City of Ottawa provides a thriving multicultural and bilingual environment. Ottawa boasts numerous cultural activities as well as readily accessible sporting and natural resources, making it an ideal family and healthy living environment.
- Eligible for licensure in Ontario.
- Bilingualism (French and English) is a strong asset but not required.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. The University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine is an equal-opportunity employer. While the ultimate selection of the successful candidate will be based on merit, we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage applications from women, members of visible (and non-visible) minorities, Indigenous peoples, and people with disabilities. As a bilingual institution in a francophone minority setting, we also encourage applications from French-speaking candidates. If you are invited to continue in the selection process, please notify us of any unique adaptive measures you may require. Any information you send us will be handled respectfully and in complete confidence.
The fee-for-service model (OHIP) is combined with the opportunity of time-protected awards for clinical teaching and part-time associate benefits within the Department of Medicine academic incentive program (time-protected awards based on academic productivity).
Please forward a letter outlining your interest in your position, your current CV and 3 references to:
Dr. Marc Carrier, Chief, TOH Division of Hematology and
Dr. Lisa Duffett, Program Lead Benign Hematology
The Ottawa Hospital / University of Ottawa
Box 201A, 501 Smyth Rd
Ottawa Ontario K1H 8L6
Application deadline: March 3, 2024
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