We are seeking a Director, Cardio Oncology to join the cardiology program at UT Health System, San Antonio. This role will report to Allen Anderson, MD, Chief of Cardiology and Director of the UT Health/University Health System Heart and Vascular Institute. Dr. Anderson recently joined the organization after serving as section chief for heart failure and cardiac transplantation at Northwestern University in Chicago.
University Health System (UHS) flagship facility, University Hospital (UH) includes a Level I Trauma center with over 700-beds, maintains Nursing Magnet Status, ACC Chest Pain Center accreditation, and Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention accreditation. UHS has committed to investing nearly $40M in a major expansion of cardiology clinical facilities at University Hospital (UH). Cardiology patients are housed in the new Sky Tower of UH with a capacity of some 84 total ICU and ACU beds. The planned construction of a new bed tower will facilitate even further expansion of Cardiology and HVI services.
The Mays Cancer Center at University Health System is one of only four NCI-designated cancer centers in Texas and the only one in South Texas. Ruben Mesa, MD, Executive Director of the Mays Cancer Center joined the organization in 2017, coming from Mayo Clinic with an esteemed research and publication record.
UT Health San Antonio, part of The University of Texas System, is the major source of health professions education and life sciences research in South Texas and is a major center for patient care in South Texas. The Health Science Center is composed of eight campuses across San Antonio and South Texas. It has 4.5 million square feet of owned and leased facilities for education, research, treatment and administration. The University employs approximately 5,400 full-time faculty and staff and has a budget of approximately $806 million.
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