The Division of Infectious Diseases at the UNC School of Medicine is recruiting for an Advanced Practice Provider to be hired at the faculty rank of Research Instructor. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Clinical Expectations: You will be expected to provide clinical care for HIV-positive patients in the Wake County Human Services Infectious Diseases Clinic (Clinic B), including primary care, preventive health services, and urgent or walk-in care. In addition, you will be asked to provide decision support to extended role nurses in the adjacent sexually transmitted infection (STI) clinic when necessary. Clinical responsibilities will include four clinic days per week (including one monthly evening clinic) with one day for administrative work. Availability for walk-in appointments on the administrative weekday & expected. When the Clinical Director is unavailable, you will act as Assistant Clinical Director. This position also requires participation in monthly clinic quality assurance meetings and support of related initiatives. You will provide at least forty (40) hours, per week, of clinical time and that you will work at least forty-eight (48) weeks per year. It is also required that you will accept assignment for Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Teaching Expectations: You will be expected to participate in educational activities and mentorship to trainees. This will include supervising and training fellows, students, or other trainees who rotate through the Wake County Human Services Infectious Diseases Clinic. In addition, whenever possible, you will be expected to participate in divisional conferences, departmental conferences, and continuing medical education activities.
Research Expectations: You will be expected to provide clinical consultation and patient referrals for UNCACTG and other UNC research projects, as well as any approved research specific to the Wake County Human Services Infectious Diseases Clinic.
Education and Experience:
Experienced in providing care to people with HIV disease. They must be able to work with a diverse population, understand their differing needs and be able to respond to them in a way that is culturally competent, sensitive and caring, including people in both rural and urban areas, and people with significant life-challenges in addition to HIV-infection. They must be committed advocates for the health and general welfare of the patients.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
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