Medical Genetics Physician

Cleveland Clinic
Job Location
9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44195
Job Description

The Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare, the clinical arm of the Genomic Medicine Institute, at the Cleveland Clinic is seeking an academic Medical Geneticist with an interest in general and prenatal genetics. The Medical Geneticist will work closely with a variety of Cleveland Clinic physicians and providers to identify and assess patients with a potential risk for inheritable diseases. The Geneticist will work with patients’ primary care providers and other clinicians to incorporate the genetic assessment and management into overall patient care plans.

We seek a passionate clinician to evaluate children and adults for suspected general genetic disorders. Duties will also include supervision of the prenatal genetics program. The geneticist will also share inpatient consults and after-hours calls. In addition, we seek an individual who is interested in educating rotating medical students, genetic counseling students, and residents. Our position is flexible and could fit a pure clinician with an interest in clinical investigation or a physician-scientist.



Applicant should be board-certified or eligible in Clinical Genetics.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit an application online by going to and go to Cleveland Clinic Careers and search under Physician Opportunities.

About Our Organization

Cleveland Clinic has been delivering innovative healthcare since 1921. In over 90 years we have done some remarkable things. From performing the world’s first coronary artery bypass in the 1950s to assisting in America’s first facial transplant a few short years ago, we are proud that our remarkable care has always been reflected by monumental firsts.
For your career, this means more opportunities to grow at the frontlines of medicine and working with colleagues that consistently push beyond boundaries to achieve better outcomes for all patients around the globe. As we begin our next 90 years of outstanding care, we invite you to consider the impact you can have on our groundbreaking work when you choose to make your first day at Cleveland Clinic the next in an astounding line of firsts.

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