To serve as a physician in an Academic General OB/Gyn Division. Duties will include clinical care and training/supervision of both residents and medical students.
1. M.D. or D.O. degree; 2. Able to obtain an unrestricted Medical License and practice in Ohio; 3. DEA Registration Number; 4. Completed 4-year OB/Gyn residency by start date.
Instructor rank must meet the REQUIREDPROFESSIONALLICENSE OR CERTIFICATES prior to the start date of employment and also be: 1. American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology candidate.
Assistant Professor rank must meet the REQUIREDPROFESSIONALLICENSE OR CERTIFICATES prior to the start date of employment and also be 1. American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology certified and 2. have 2-5 years of experience in an academic environment and 2-5 years clinical experience.
1. Candidate possesses interest and ability in clinical and classroom education; 2. Interest in clinical/translational research; 3. Desire to pursue administrative role within the department.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
60%-Participating in education/supervision of medical students/residents in various settings including inpatient work, Labor & Delivery, OR and outpatient clinic sites; 30%-Participation in direct patient care activities; 10%-Other including research & administration
Outpatient care at Five Rivers Health Center for Women’s Healthcare & Wright State Physicians Faculty Practice sites; inpatient and ambulatory care primarily at Miami Valley Hospital and may also include other local hospitals (Miami Valley Hospital South, Kettering Medical Center & Dayton Children’s Hospital).
Special Contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
Day/night/weekend/holiday In-House coverage of staff/private patients and supervision of medical students & resident physicians is required.
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