Join New Mexico’s leading Level I Trauma Center and Academic Medical Center as the new Director of Pulmonary Services
- The Director of Pulmonary Services will oversee all inpatient pulmonary needs for the Medical Center.
- The Director will be responsible for up to 90 FTEs within the Level 1 trauma center.
- This position will require hands-on as needed, as well as creating open communication with staff.
- The ideal candidate will be a visible leader with excel knowledge and direct leadership experience.
- Master’s degree required.
- Respiratory Care Practitioner license for State of New Mexico.
- Department leadership experience required.
- Level 1 trauma center experience preferred.
- University of New Mexico Hospital (UNMH) is home to the best and brightest health care providers in the state. UNMH is the state’s only Level 1 Trauma Center.
- Primarily a teaching hospital for UNM School of Medicine, which means your care team is on the cutting edge of medical research, technology, clinical trials, and specialty patient care.
- As the only academic health center in New Mexico, they care for patients with the most complex health needs in the Southwest.
- New Mexico's only dedicated children's hospital and academic health center providing prevention and specialized services for childhood diseases and conditions.
- Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest city, sitting just an hour southwest of the state’s capital Santa Fe.
- Albuquerque enjoys blue skies and sunshine 310 days out of the year, making the city an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise and a magnificent place to enjoy outdoor sporting events, concerts, festivals and more.
- Recognized as one of the one of the most culturally diverse cities in the country, Albuquerque’s ethnic tapestry is reflected in its architecture, artwork, cultural centers and cuisine.
- As the “Hot Air Ballooning Capital of the World”, Albuquerque presents the unique opportunity to create unforgettable memories through year-round balloon rides, events, and festivities.
- The oldest natural landscape within the city is the forested waterfront alongside the Rio Grande, in what locals call the Bosque (Spanish for “forest”), a green area of gnarled old cottonwood and graceful coyote willow trees and small urban farms. It’s now a 4,300-acre state park with a 16-mile bike trail.
- Forbes and Popular Science magazines have recognized Albuquerque as one of the greenest cities in the country. The city also has one of the highest percentages of open space in the country. Albuquerque is committed to “green” initiatives.