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Orthopaedic Sports Medicine - Open Rank Academic Faculty Physician

Winston Salem, NC, United States
Job ID: 97164
Job Family: Faculty/Physicians
Status: Full Time
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 35521085033092-Orthopedic Surgery


Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist and the Wake Forest University School of Medicine is Seeking Faculty Within Orthopaedic Sports Medicine.


Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation is seeking a full time faculty partner joining an established practice in Winston-Salem and the Triad region of North Carolina.   


Wake Forest University School of Medicine offers a full array of benefits including health, dental and life insurance; occurrence insurance; a generous retirement program; college tuition assistance for dependents; and relocation assistance. 


The selected individual will be actively involved in the clinical, education, service, and research mission:


  • Candidate is able to treat comprehensively treat conditions within sports medicine, particularly those related to the knee, hip, and shoulder.   
  • Medical student, Orthopaedic resident & fellow teaching, clinical and laboratory research opportunities expected.  Serve as Liaison for rotating medical students and residents on service. 
  • Call expectations in alignment with other orthopaedic hand surgeons do not exceed 4-6 nights of general call at a Level One Trauma Center. 
  • 6 partners, 2 fellows with total 90 faculty in Department for seamless referrals and collaboration. 
  • APP and clinical support provided.
  • Eligible for NC Medical License.
  • Candidates should be board certified or board eligible in Orthopaedic Surgery with a fellowship training in Sports Medicine.
  • Strong background in clinical outcomes and translational research with track record of grant funding and peer-reviewed publication. Expect continued academic productivity with interdisciplinary collaboration with faculty and colleagues in rehabilitation services, biomechanics, and basic science. 
  • Head team physician with coverage of Winston-Salem State University Athletics, local Forsyth and Davie County Schools, and other emerging opportunities. Secondary Roles within in Wake Forest University Athletics. 



Wake Forest University School of Medicine’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of orthopedic problems, educating the next Orthopaedic and Podiatric surgeons and researching advanced treatments. With over 25 academic locations, 3 research laboratories, 90 faculty, 2 residencies and 8 fellowships we have a wide range of clinical, educational and research compliments. 


Our subspecialty Orthopaedic surgeons provided compassionate, high-quality medical care to patients. Interdepartmental consultation across 10 subspecialties and a strong commitment to research and teaching keep the department at the forefront of new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with orthopedic and rehabilitation problems.


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