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The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a tertiary care referral facility for a population of 1.5 million people in East Tennessee, Southeastern Kentucky and Western North Carolina. The hospital is the only academic medical center in the area and has a long history of providing comprehensive healthcare to the southeast portion of the United States.

Having served the region since 1956, its roots are deep in the community, with its primary facility in Knoxville, and satellite medial plazas throughout the region. The Medical Center serves as a referral center for adults, infants, children and adolescents for the surrounding 21 counties. The hospital is designated as the region’s Level I Trauma Center for adults and children. We care for a diversity of patient illness and maintain a large inpatient general internal medicine admission rate. We have depth and expertise in all medical subspecialties and for all surgical case types.

Through the UT Graduate School of Medicine, education and research enrich patient care services and provide an unequaled measure of excellence. Volunteer and full-time faculty conduct residency-training programs in anesthesiology, family medicine, general dentistry, general surgery, internal medicine, nuclear medicine, obstetrics, oral surgery, pathology and radiology. Many of the physicians trained at UT Medical Center remain in the area and establish medical practices throughout East Tennessee. UT Medical Center has been recognized by HCIA and The Health Network as a recipient of the 1999 “100 Top Hospitals” award in the major Teaching Hospitals category. The medical center has also been judged by the University Health Consortium as a Top Performer among 50 Trauma Centers across the nation, and named in the top 10 Telemedicine programs in the United States by Telehealth magazine.

We understand that lifestyle and career options are important issues to physicians and their families. You will find that the Tennessee Valley provides a unique opportunity to have the best of both worlds. Some of the exceptional advantages of living and working in Knoxville include a variety of university events as well as many cultural and family activities. Knoxville has long been recognized as one of the nation’s most livable cities featuring an outstanding education system, a low cost of living and a stable economic climate bolstered by the operations of The University of Tennessee, Tennessee Valley Authority and Oak Ridge National Laboratories and other growing industries in the Tennessee Resource Valley.

We look forward to assisting you in obtaining your career goals.

For career opportunities and confidential consideration please send CV to the following contact:

Human Resources
UT Medical Center
1924 Alcoa Highway
Knoxville, TN 37920
865-305-9520 
Fax 865-305-9523

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The University of Tennessee Medical Center, as the region’s only academic medical center, recognizes the importance of continuing education and its integral role in the ability for our health professionals to provide outstanding health care and compassionate patient care.

In support of furthering our health professionals’ careers, the medical center offers the chance to learn more about the hospital, continuing education opportunities, resources and policies and procedures of the organization.

The pages in this section include information on educational services offered at the medical center, including nuclear medicine, pastoral, nursing, pharmacy and radiography. These services are necessary to develop and maintain knowledge, skills and professional performance for health care professionals.

Visit Education & Training for more information.

UT Graduate School of Medicine

The UT Graduate School of Medicine offers health care professionals a variety of opportunities for professional development, including residencies, fellowships, courses, Grand Rounds, Tumor Boards and more.

Office of Continuing Education and Professional Development

Residency Programs

Fellowships

 

Providers and nurses can review one to three minute videos on the key aspects of doing CPOE via this link:

CPOE Educational Resources

These videos are designed to work with PC and Apple video formats.  If you have problems viewing them or would like to suggest other topics please email us at CPOE@mc.utmck.edu.

The Emergency Blog was designed to allow the various command posts to communicate in real time during emergencies or disasters.

Only members who are part of the Emergency Blog response team have access to this section.

Log on to the Emergency Blog

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The University of Tennessee Medical Center and the UT Graduate School of Medicine offer team member access to the following on-campus libraries:

Health Information Center

Preston Medical Library

The Medical Staff Office is a liaison between medical staff clinicians and hospital administration.

Managed by University Physicians’ Association, Inc., the Medical Staff Office supports the medical staff by coordinating the clinical privileges and credentialing process; and sustaining the medical staff officers, medical staff committees and committee chairs in the fulfillment of their responsibilities.

Team Member Login

Team members can access Performance and eLearning tasks by using this system Halogen(TMS)/Talent Management System Link.

If you need assistance, please contact TMSAdministrator@utmck.edu or call HR at 865-305-9520 during normal business hours.

In the mid-1960s, Knoxville area physicians joined as a group to support medical education and research in the community.

This group of physicians chartered the Physicians’ Medical Education and Research Foundation PMERF. They believed that the future of health care in this region depended on the local education of aspiring healthcare providers, local research (basic science, translational and clinical) and the local control of funds raised to meet these aims.

Contact

Physicians’ Medical Education and Research Foundation
1924 Alcoa Highway
Knoxville, TN 37920
865-305-9003

To access email remotely, use this link to Office 365 web access:

https://portal.office.com

To access the intranet remotely outside the medical center, click http://insite.utmck.edu/ and log in using your network username and password.

To access clinical systems (Cerner Powerchart, Pacsweb, CPOE, etc.) or other secure sites like Onsite WebScheduler, you will have to go through the Citrix gateway.

Log on to Citrix

Solutions to Enhance Your Physician Practice

University Physicians’ Association, Inc. (UPA) offers the East Tennessee medical communities seamless, knowledge-based solutions by providing accountable services customized to meet each client’s specific needs and challenges. Partnering with UPA provides relief to the physicians and their staff from the administrative pressures that can interfere with patient care through a variety of services such as Practice Management, Co-Employee Services, Revenue Cycle Management, and Compliance Solutions.

UPA’s alliance with The University of Tennessee Medical Center, University Health System, Inc., and The Graduate School of Medicine remains a strong and versatile relationship positioned to move in any direction that health care leads.

UPA is physician established, physician owned and physician trusted since 1995.

Visit UPA’s website for career opportunities, membership directory and locations at www.upasolutions.com

To access applications remotely (Cerner Powerchart, Pacsweb, CPOE, etc.), click on this link and log in using your network username and password.

If this is the first time you have used this link, you will be prompted to download a Citrix plug-in from the Citrix Access Gateway.

The UT Center for Advanced Medical Simulation, established in early 2007, is a state of the art 6500 square foot simulation center offering medical teams at the UT Graduate School of Medicine (UTGSM), UT Medical Center (UTMC), and healthcare professionals across the region opportunities to master medical skills using life-size human patient simulators, laparoscopic and endoscopic simulators, and other skills-building models.

Visit the UT Center for Advanced Medical Simulation

UT Hospitalists is a group of board certified internal medicine physicians who specialize in providing services to inpatients at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee. As hospitalists, they direct your overall care in the hospital and support a safe transfer of care back to your primary care physician, who is their partner in the outpatient setting.

UT Hospitalists provides year-round 24 hours a day, 7 days a week coverage at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, serving the East Tennessee area. The hospitalists’ special skills include an evaluation of all body systems as well as an understanding of how much support is available to you at home, which services home health can provide and other transitional services from the hospital to home. UT Hospitalists will consult specialist physicians to assist in your care when necessary.

UT Hospitalists strives to assign the same physician to each patient during their hospital stay. When this is not possible, you should have confidence that each physician in the group will provide the same quality care and ensure a complete update on your progress is given to their partners.

Contact UT Hospitalists

1924 Alcoa Highway, Box 56
Knoxville, TN 37920
865-305-9081 
Fax 865-305-8769

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