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Employment Opportunities

As part of the Anticoagulation Forum’s commitment to our membership to provide a community of professionals in the field of anticoagulant therapy, we are happy to post job openings for relevant positions. Listings will be posted for three months unless notified by the submitting organization that the position has been filled. Please forward them to [email protected]

Nurse Practitioner, Anticoagulation Management Services

Location: Allentown, PA

This is truly an extraordinary time to join the Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN). Join LVHN in providing care that is patient centered, progressive and committed to quality outcomes. You’ll be working closely with our Medical Director and perform heavily based education, counseling patients on warfarin and other anticoagulants. With excellent team dynamic, you’ll be welcomed and supported right away!

View the job description and how to apply here.

Clinical Pharmacist, Anticoagulation Clinic, Mission Hospital

Location: Asheville NC

Full-time anticoagulation position. DOAC and warfarin initiation and management, perioperative management. Committee involvement (medication safety, anticoagulation stewardship, protocol development).

View the job description here.

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Nurse Practitioner, Anticoagulation Clinic, Enloe Medical Center

Location: Chico, CA

View the job description here.

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Division Chief, Blood and Vascular Disorders
Penn State Health – Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Location: USA – Hershey, PA
Work Type: Full Time
FTE: 1.0
Shift: Day
Hours: primarily 8-5 with some evenings and weekends
Recruiter: Please contact Heather Peffley at [email protected] for additional information.

The Chief will lead a division that currently consists of 6 faculty members with significant plans for growth in programs related to inherited disorders of hemostasis, thrombosis and sickle cell disease. The successful candidate will have an MD (+/- PhD degree), subspecialty board certification in Hematology, and leadership experience in an academic setting. Bringing a record of extramural support in research as a physician/scientist, they will qualify for the rank of Full Professor in the tenure track in the Penn State University College of Medicine. In addition, they will possess outstanding clinical, teaching and communication skills, with a commitment to excellence, diversity and mentorship. Strong knowledge of and competence in the area of hemostasis and thrombosis is required. An exceptional support package will include an appointment to a named Hematology professorship. The Chief of the Division of Blood and Vascular Disorders will have access to 340B Program income from the HRSA grant to the Hemophilia Treatment Center. The Chief will report to the Director of the Penn State Cancer Institute and partner closely with the Chair of the Department of Medicine. Programs that focus on bleeding and clotting disorders and Sickle Cell Disease will be prioritized. The Chief oversees the Division’s teaching, research and clinical activities, and as such will have hiring authority and will manage the Division’s financial resources. Division Chiefs are given considerable autonomy to advance an overarching strategy for their division.

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