Placement By Specialty Academic
Family Medicine residency in south center Alabama is currently seeking a Family Medicine physician, OB optional to join their faculty. Program currently has three physicians and consists of 18 residents. Daily average of patients varies off of PGY Level. Physician must also be willing to participate in the management of an exclusive hospitalist agreement with admitting hospital. Wonderful opportunity to influence the next generation of family physicians.
Christian based family practice residency program in south Texas searching for FP, OB optional to join faculty to practice the full spectrum of family medicine. Seeking physician who loves peopleand desires to teach the next generation of Family Physicians. Our clinic is state of the art with 16 rooms available for patient care. Each room contains a computer which is equipped for electronic charting and is also linked to the hospital network. The capabilities of our clinic and staff allow each resident to be trained in: OB ultrasound, Colposcopy, Treadmill Stress Testing, RPLS, skin biopsies, suturing, and Flex Sigmoidscopy.
School of osteopathic medicine is currently seeking physicians for academic and clinical positions. Faith-based institution where opportunities are flexible and may be a combination of academic and clinical or academic only. Prior academic experienced preferred and would consider either D.O. or M.D. Compensation and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience.
Currently seeking the following faculty positions:
Pediatrics Faculty Family Medicine Faculty
OMM Faculty Psychiatry Faculty
Specialty Medicine Faculty Administrative Director of Medical Education
Microbiology Faculty Psychology Faculty
Pharmacology Faculty Pathology Faculty
Anatomy Faculty Physiology Faculty
Family Medicine Residency Program in beautiful southwestern Virginia is seeking a Family Medicine Residency Program Director. The qualified candidate will be a highly valued physician leader whose primary responsibility is ensuring that residents receive the best possible training and education, accomplished through organizing, implementing, directing and evaluating all activities and components of the core program of responsibility. A successful Program Director promotes a creative and productive teaching environment for both residents and medical students, and builds and manages a strong faculty to maximize program outcomes. Position is highly visible and responsible for the reputation of the program as well as for the effective and efficient development of residents and medical students. Acts as a resource and liaison between residents, faculty, health authorities, accrediting colleges and licensing bodies, as well as leadership, physicians and aligned external organizations. Acts as a leader in terms of human resource and financial responsibilities. Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of life span professional growth and development and assesses data reflective of the faculty’s status. Interprets the appropriate information needed to identify each faculty members requirements relative to his or her age specific needs and provides mentoring and evaluation according to departmental policies and procedures.