Physician - Pulmonary Disease - Critical Care

University of Minnesota Physicians
Lauderdale, MN
Nov 24, 2022
Nov 28, 2022
Specialty / Focus
Critical Care
Position Type
Practice Type
Medical Education
Faculty Physician - Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine

University of Minnesota Physicians

The University of Minnesota, Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine (PACCS) seeks an Assistant Professor faculty on the Clinician or Academic Track.

Position Highlights:

This clinician scholar faculty member will devote 100% effort to providing high quality clinical activities including pulmonary (80%) and sleep medicine (20%) with some concurrent education of trainees.

The clinical effort will be at University of Minnesota Medical Center and Clinics and Surgery and Center but may also include some outreach pulmonary clinics.

The faculty will participate actively and contribute to PACCS Division and Department of Medicine academic and clinical programs in pulmonary and sleep medicine. It is encouraged that the faculty develop an area of focus and expertise, developing a regional (or larger) reputation. Current areas of Division need are in the management of chronic lung diseases, including interstitial lung diseases, airways disease (COPD, asthma, CF), and lung transplantation. Faculty would participate actively in the relevant multi-disciplinary programs.

Faculty will be expected to assist in multi-investigator studies in pulmonary and sleep medicine.

Participation in the Division's clinical and research conferences, Fellow's Journal Club and core curriculum lectures and teaching of students, residents and fellows is expected. Clinical effort may be reduced with participation in salary-supported activities (program leadership, educational roles, etc.).

This position is ideal for recently trained, clinically adept pulmonologist-intensivists who are interested in building a high quality clinical practice with a significant educational component across both academic and community settings.


Applicants must have an M.D. or DO degree.

Graduate of an accredited ACGME internal medicine residency and Pulmonary, Critical Care Medicine fellowship-training program.

Demonstrated high-level qualifications and in-depth knowledge in the area of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine.

An interest in sleep medicine in an academic oriented setting is desired, but not required.

Board eligible/certified in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.

Licensed or ability to obtain medical license and DEA in the State of Minnesota, and meet threshold criteria/qualifications for credentialing and privileges.

Ability to receive work authorization in the United States from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and maintain legal status according to the requirements of VISA category while in the United States.