Renton: HealthPoint is currently seeking a Regional Director of Medical Education
Our progressive, mission driven organization is dedicated to serving a diverse patient population in the urban underserved areas of King County. Our primary health care teams include: medical, dental, complementary and alternative medicine, OB/GYN care and behavioral health.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities for the Regional Director of Medical Education-
Mentoring and supervising 15- 2nd-4th year osteopathic medical students (5 per class)
Grading clinical medical skills course requirements for five 2nd year medical students.
Facilitating and delivering lectures and workshops as needed for class room clinical learning for medical skills and grand rounds, .
Facilitating small group cases and bioethics class delivered by ATSU.
Developing and maintaining relationships with HealthPoint and outside community providers, facilities, and institutions that deliver teaching.
Working with ATSU / SOMA as part of a larger University community to improve processes, serve on committees and relate with other faculty across the country.
Visit our website at: www.healthpointchc.org
Please send CV to Deanna Ward at email@example.com or call 425.203.0415
Seattle: University of Washington Familiy Medicine Residency Associate Program Director
The University of Washington Department of Family Medicine seeks applicants for a 1.0 FTE Associate Program Director family physician with a passion for resident and student teaching and excellence in patient care. This non-tenured appointment will be a clinical residency teaching faculty position at the level of assistant or associate professor, depending on qualifications and experience. The successful applicant will be a significant member of the residency leadership team and will need demonstrated skills in faculty development, resident evaluation, clinical teaching, residency leadership, provider wellness, and resident skill development and assessment.
The Associate Program Director position will be a faculty position in our Family Medicine Residency section based primarily in the UW Neighborhood Family Medicine Clinic at Northgate but will also coordinate training with our Harborview Medical Center Family Medicine Clinic site. This position is a critical member of our core residency faculty and will be working collaboratively with others to continue a tradition of educational excellence, while evolving the practice and educational models needed for the future of our specialty. The APD is responsible for resident orientation, teaching, advising and mentorship, curriculum development, residency scholarly activity, leadership of the residency Clinical Competency Committee, maintenance and development of training sites in collaboration with other residency faculty and staff and other duties as assigned by the program director or department chair. The APD will spend 0.4 FTE in delivering patient care in our UWNC-Northgate clinic as well as being a member of the team covering inpatient medicine and obstetrical care at UW Medical Center. A working knowledge of the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Council for Graduate Medical Education Residency Committee – Family Medicine requirements for residency training is desirable.
This position is expected to participate in the full-spectrum of clinical family medicine including obstetrics, a majority of family medicine procedures and inpatient attending. At least two years experience in a family medicine residency program is preferred in addition to a strong direct practice-based patient care experience. Applicants are required to have an MD or DO or equivalent with current certification by the American Board of Family Medicine or equivalent certification. Demonstrated interest or desire to further academic scholarship would be a benefit to the successful applicant. Appointment is at a non-tenured assistant or associate professor level with commensurate salary; advanced appointment and salary are dependent upon experience and qualifications.
University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research, and service. The University of Washington is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
Applicants should apply with a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to J. Mark Beard, MD, Program Director, UW Family Medicine Residency Program, 331 NE Thornton Place, Seattle, WA 98125, 206-520-2400, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Pocatello, ID: The Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency (ISU FMR) seeks a full-time, board-certiﬁed, clinically experienced, OB-active family physician to assume the job of director. The position qualiﬁes for full professorship at both ISU and the aﬃliate pathway of the University of Washington.
The director leads a creative and collegial faculty in a thriving, unopposed, 7-7-7 residency oriented towards rural practice. Includes a fully-computerized, CHC-funded clinic; a pharmacotherapy residency; a UW integrated HIV/Hepatitis C clinic; on-site University IT staﬀ and NIH research grants.
The residency hospital site, Portneuf Medical Center, is a new, 187 bed facility sponsored by Legacy Health Partners, a forward looking, supportive and well-funded corporation.
ISU beneﬁts include 24 days paid vacation, CME, generous retirement matching, tuition waivers, sabbaticals, interdisciplinary teaching opportunities and international medicine. Pocatello is a safe, aﬀordable, family-oriented university community. Within a three hour drive are Sun Valley, Jackson Hole, Salt Lake City, Yellowstone NP and Grand Teton NP.
For further program details visit our website http://www.fmed.isu.edu or contact William M. Woodhouse, MD, Director of External Relations and Search Committee Chair email@example.com , 208-282-4508