Division Chief, Gastroenterologist

    Division Chief, Gastroenterologist


    Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is recruiting for a Division Chief of Gastroenterology.  CHA provides innovative primary, specialty and emergency care to our diverse patient population through an established network of outpatient clinics and two full service hospitals.  

    The incoming Division Chief will have oversight of the delivery of care for CHA’s gastroenterology services and provide clinical and administrative leadership for our team of 8 MDs and 3 PAs.  

    • Full time position with protected administrative time.
    • CHA is a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School. Candidates should possess an interest in academics, as this position will include resident and medical student teaching.  The position carries a Harvard Medical School appointment of Instructor, Assistant or Associate Professor, commensurate to HMS appointment criteria, candidate qualifications, and commitment to teaching responsibilities.
    • CHA offers competitive compensation and benefits packages including guaranteed base salary and production incentives. 
    • Generous paid time off benefit of 37 days annually.

    Ideal candidates will have leadership experience and the ability to implement department wide protocols, identify clinical process improvement areas and opportunities for quality initiatives.  

    Qualified candidates will also possess a strong commitment to CHA’s underserved, multi cultural patient population.  Previous employment in an academic safety net system is a plus.

    For more information on CHA and to apply, please visit www.CHAproviders.org. Qualified candidates may also submit their CV and cover letter to the CHA Provider Recruitment Department via email at providerrecruitment@challiance.org

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.