To support and enhance the Geriatric Medicine services that include a broad spectrum of patient care needs, clinical research initiatives, and undergraduate and graduate medical education for the Departments of Geriatrics, Family Medicine and Internal Medicine residencies, and the Boonshoft School of Medicine. Both positions include clinical and teaching activities across settings of care; one position focusing on hospital consults and ambulatory clinic care, and the other focusing on transitions of care for patients being discharged from the hospital to home, assisted living, or a nursing facility.
MD or DO degree; Certified in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine; Completed or currently enrolled in a Geriatric Medicine Fellowship; Ability to take the examination for certification in Geriatric Medicine no later than 2018. Assistant Professor Rank: Record of accomplishments in residency and fellowship in the areas of education and service. Associate Professor Rank: Strong skills in education and service; Demonstrates superior and sustained accomplishments in medical education and the scholarship of the integration of knowledge with significant contributions to medical education; Outstanding accomplishments in health services, such as innovative clinical programs and regional and national recognition for excellence in health care delivery.
Already certified in Geriatric Medicine.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Provide direct patient care in inpatient and community-based settings to patients with a variety of medical needs, from diagnosis to management of complex disease processes. Patient documentation requires skill in electronic medical record system. (50%) Provide didactic and direct patient care teaching and supervision of fellows, Internal Medicine and Family Medicine residents, and medical students in inpatient and community-based settings. Provide academic leadership in quality patient care; utilize strong interpersonal skills. (30%) Scholarly activities such as submission to peer reviewed journals, presentations at local, regional, and national discipline-related professional societies as well as membership in discipline-related professional organizations. (10%) Administrative duties and other service activities as determined by the Department Chairs and/or the Residency Program Directors. (10%)
Special contract position with continuation dependent on funding. Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
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