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We are currently recruiting for the following positions:

Clinical Faculty Position at Sequoia Hospital - Redwood City

Formed in 2024, the Stanford Sequoia unit utilizes a “hospital within-a-hospital” model to provide excellent direct care to patients by Stanford faculty hospitalists. Housed in Redwood City, the patients are transported from the Main Campus ED and inpatients units, and have purely Internal Medicine diagnoses. Hospitalists work with in-house ancillary staff as well as tele-consulting services to provide excellent, compassionate, high-quality, cost-efficient care.

The Sequoia section is the Division’s newest section, and provides significant opportunities for workflow development, QI, informatics, and leadership opportunities.

Clinical Faculty Positions at Stanford Health Care - Palo Alto

Surgical Co-Management (SCM) Clinical faculty

The Division of Hospital Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine seeks candidates for a Clinical Educator Faculty position in the Surgical Co-management (SCM) Section at Stanford Health Care (Palo Alto, CA). The SCM hospitalist will provide collaborative care to surgical patients in the inpatient non-ICU setting in the Departments of Orthopedic Surgery, Neurosurgery, and ENT. The SCM hospitalist will be assigned to see surgical patients only and not be required to round on General Medicine services.

Our team of SCM hospitalists is committed to exemplary patient care, interdisciplinary collaboration, medical education, quality improvement, and research. All SCM hospitalists work together to create an environment for wellness and a safe space for learning and long-term professional growth. Our group of SCM Hospitalists has earned an international, national, and regional reputation in the field of SCM and Perioperative Medicine.

Nocturnist Clinical Faculty

The Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine is currently seeking Internal Medicine board-certified physicians in for a Nocturnist Clinical Faculty position. This position will be located at Stanford Health Care (Palo Alto, CA).

Nocturnists will provide after-hours cross-coverage and support for several subspecialty services across the Department of Medicine. Come enjoy all the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer and be a part of a world-class institution that combines clinical care, research, and education to advance the understanding and practice of medicine.

Clinical Faculty Positions at Stanford Health Care - Tri-Valley (Formerly ValleyCare)

General Medicine Hospitalist

The Division of Hospital Medicine of Stanford University School of Medicine is currently seeking a General Medicine Hospitalist at Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley (Pleasanton, CA).  

Candidates should have strong clinical skills, commitment to excellence in patient care and quality improvement, as well as a desire to advance medical education.  Some responsibilities include managing teaching teams with advanced Stanford Internal Medicine Residency residents, teaching teams with Stanford physician assistant students, and non-teaching inpatient medicine teams.

Nocturnist Clinical Faculty

The Division of Hospital medicine in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine is currently seeking Internal Medicine board-certified physicians for a Nocturnist Clinical Faculty position at Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley (Pleasanton, CA).
 

Nocturnists will provide after-hours cross-coverage for Hospital Medicine services. Come enjoy all the Tri-Valley of the Bay Area has to offer and be a part of a world-class institution that combines clinical care, quality improvement, research, and education to advance the understanding and practice of medicine.


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For inquiries and consideration, please submit your CV and statement of interest/cover letter by completing the Career Inquiry form.

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