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The Infectious Disease Transplant Physician maintains ultimate responsibility for the medical care of patients with infectious diseases in the transplant, advanced heart failure and advanced lung disease populations.
Provide expertise to develop guidelines for the prevention and management of infections for each transplant program to minimize infection-related morbidity and mortality
Provide education support for each transplant program to ensure that clinical protocols are standard of care and that physicians are well trained
Collaborate with community infectious disease partners to build and engage a robust network of providers knowledgeable and competent in managing transplant infectious disease-related issues.
Provides expertise in prevention, diagnosis and management of infectious diseases related to transplant/Advanced Heart Failure/Advanced Lung Disease.
Assures quality care to patients with infectious diseases within the heart, lung and kidney transplant populations and the advanced heart failure and advanced lung disease population.
The position offers additional incentives of education, research, and administrative work to support the overall mission, vision, and values at Inova Health System.
Licensure, Education, and Certifications * Virginia License * Valid DEA * Current BLS/ALCS * Board Certification in Transplant and Infectious Disease
Inova Medical Group is a team of talented and experienced physicians employed by Inova, providing world-class healthcare for the Northern Virginia and greater Washington, DC metro area. More than 400 physicians – experts in primary care medicine and adult specialties – are located throughout the region. Our physicians work together with Inova's extensive network of hospitals and outpatient facilities.