Available Faculty Opportunities

Emergency Medicine Faculty

  • Clinician-Educator
  • Clinical-Researcher
  • Toxicology
  • EMS
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Ultrasound

The Department of Emergency Medicine at East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine seeks BC/BP emergency physicians and pediatric emergency physicians for tenure or clinical track positions at the rank of assistant professor or above, depending on qualifications. We are expanding our faculty to increase our cadre of clinician-educators and further develop programs in toxicology, EMS, pediatric EM, ultrasound, and clinical research. Our current faculty members possess diverse interests and expertise leading to extensive state and national-level involvement. The emergency medicine residency is well-established and includes 12 EM and 2 EM/IM residents per year. We treat more than 130,000 patients per year in a state-of-the-art ED at ECU Health Medical Center. ECU Health Medical Center is a 960+ bed level 1 trauma center and regional referral center. Our tertiary care catchment area includes more than 1.5 million people in eastern North Carolina, many of whom arrive via our integrated mobile critical care and air medical service. Our new children’s ED opened in July 2012, and a new children’s hospital open in June 2013.Greenville, NC is a fast-growing university community located near beautiful North Carolina beaches. Cultural and recreational opportunities are abundant. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with qualifications; excellent fringe benefits are provided. Successful applicants will be board certified or prepared in Emergency Medicine or Pediatrics Emergency Medicine. They will possess outstanding clinical and teaching skills and qualify for appropriate privileges from ECU Physicians and ECU Health Medical Center.

Confidential inquiry may be made to:
Leigh Patterson, MD
Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine

ECU is an EEO/AA employer and accommodates individuals with disabilities. Applicants must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Proper documentation of identity and employability required at the time of employment. Current references must be provided upon request.