Position will be ranked at Assistant or Associate Professor in the Health Programs Faculty Appointment System based on experience and credentials. Salary will reflect rank. The position holds responsibilities for maintaining a clinical practice with participation in the MSU Health Care Group Practice. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to instruct pre and post doctoral students, fellows and residents in clinical and classroom settings. Position is primarily clinical, initially, with opportunities to increase teaching in future years.
Doctorate -Family Medicine
A DO/MD degree and Board Certified/eligible in Family Medicine. Graduating residents will be considered.
Demonstrated clinical, teaching, communication and team skills; successful record of leadership, demonstrated ability and willingness to collaborate with other clinical and academic units.
Required Application Materials
Cover Letter, CV, and contact information for 3 references required.
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Summary of Health Risks
work within 3 feet of humans
The Department of Family and Community Medicine is committed to excellence and innovation in the pre- and post-doctoral education of osteopathic family physicians. Guided by the osteopathic philosophy, principles and practices; and dedicated to community-integrated primary care, the department's mission is directed toward the promotion of:
An educational continuum fundamental to the interdisciplinary nature of osteopathic family practice.
Advancement in research.
Involvement in outreach and public service.
Partnerships with communities and institutions to improve the healthcare and health status of populations.
The prestige and professionalism of the specialty of osteopathic family practice.
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