Medical Geneticist

Cleveland, Ohio, US
Feb 04, 2021
Internal Medicine
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The Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare at Cleveland Clinic is seeking a Medical Geneticist to join our growing department. Ideal candidates will be Board Certified in Medical Genetics or Board Eligible based on fellowship completion and have demonstrated outstanding clinical skills. The CPGH has several multidisciplinary clinics and strong working connections with the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and genetics laboratories provide state of the art diagnostics and clinical care to patients with a variety of genetic conditions. We currently have 11 medical geneticists and 22 genetic counselors on our team and our department's providers specialize in several areas, including general/pediatric, cancer, cardiovascular, prenatal, and ophthalmic genetics and pharmacogenomics. We also offer both traditional outpatient and inpatient services as well as several new modalities, including virtual visits and e-consults.

The successful candidate will participate in a variety of clinical activities including adult and pediatric patient care. The Department is integrated with over 26 clinical departments and divisions providing care to an interesting, challenging, and diverse group of patients. Practice opportunities range from developing a community based practice to international consultation. You will enjoy close clinical collaboration with pediatricians, neurologists, endocrinologists, surgeons and multiple other disciplines. Opportunities to conduct research and teach medical students, residents, fellows, visiting clinicians, and allied health professionals are additional components of the position.

Cleveland Clinic's Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare (chaired by Charis Eng, MD, PhD), the clinical component of the Genomic Medicine Institute (chaired by Dr Eng)and aligned with Cleveland Clinic Community Care and Population Health (chaired by Adam Myers, MD), is among the nation's leading authorities in Genetic and Genomic Medicine, and is recognized worldwide for excellence in patient care.

We are committed to offering patients the most comprehensive clinical genetics services. Our commitment to world-class patient care has led to innovative diagnostic risk assessments, clinical tools and improved quality of life for patients and at-risk family members.

In addition to providing clinical care, ourgeneticists and genetic counselorsare activelyengaged in clinical research, education & awareness, public policy and patient advocacy.

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