The University of Washington's Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine is seeking a board-eligible/certified internist to be based at Harborview Medical Center (HMC). The open positions are 12-month, annual appointments and will be at the Acting/Clinical Instructor or Acting/Clinical Assistant Professor level. Rank will be determined based on experience, and track determined by the candidate's long-term goals. The positions will include clinical care responsibilities in the Pioneer Square Clinics (multiple locations), After Care Clinic, and/or the Adult Medicine Clinic. Available clinical FTE for this role is 0.5 to 1.0 FTE. This search is approved to hire up to two positions. Approximate start date would be July 1, 2021 or sooner.
The ambulatory care duties for this position will include primary patient care and resident and student supervision, and up to four weeks of inpatient attending on the medicine ward teaching service.
HMC is a county-owned hospital that is managed by the UW, and is an Academic Center of Excellence. HMC is also the only Level I trauma center for the broader Pacific Northwest region and its mission is to provide and teach exemplary patient care for the regions' most vulnerable population.
Applicants must have an MD or DO degree (or foreign equivalent) and board certification* in Internal Medicine (or foreign equivalent). Eligible candidates must have formal fellowship training, experience, and scholarship related to addiction medicine and/or care of vulnerable patient populations.
*Note: Board certification in Internal Medicine must be completed within two years after residency.
For consideration, please submit a brief letter of interest to Thomas Rea, MD, MPH, and a copy of your CV.
If you have any questions, please send an email to Rebekah Zaharia at email@example.com.
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