Medical Director Opportunities

Becoming a DaVita medical director puts you in a position to impact patient care and quality of life on a large scale as the leader of a dialysis facility or a chronic diseases/renal specialty hospital. As a medical director, you are accountable for the clinical outcomes, quality of care, safety, staff training and education, policies and procedures at your facility.

DaVita believes that strong, quality leadership can improve the lives of patients by facilitating better patient care. Medical directors can stimulate superior clinical outcomes through effective leadership and high standards. You will have access to DaVita’s clinical leadership team and the support of the national medical director and the group medical directors in your area. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to network with other physician leaders and key opinion leaders in clinical medicine and research.

As a medical director, it is important that you have practice autonomy but also the support to drive growth and clinical outcomes. Improve the lives of patients with kidney and related chronic diseases by partnering with a team that has more than 12 years of industry-leading outcomes in the United States.

Learn more about the benefits and responsibilities of becoming a medical director with DaVita. Please email Caney Cheng at YuChieh.Cheng@davita.com.

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