Clinical duties will primarily consist of operating as part of a non-teaching inpatient medicine care team, and include admitting, managing, and discharging patients, performing medical consultation, and engaging in co- management with other specialties. In addition to your clinical duties, you will participate in relevant efforts to control hospital costs, quality review, length-of-stay, re-admission, efficiency analysis, and process improvement. The reduction of this time commitment is desirable in the future, and is negotiable for subsequent years, dependent on the identification of alternative means of scholarly, education, or service funding.
- MD degree (or equivalent) and ABIM certification (or eligibility) is required
- Board certification or board eligibility is required
- Demonstrated commitment to educational excellence in clinical setting is required
- Advanced training in medical education is highly desirable
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