Hillsboro Medical Center, an Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Partner, is starting a new community-based primary care residency in Hillsboro, OR and we are seeking a clinician-educator to support this new program, provide exceptional patient care, and further the educational mission. This position is a full-time academic position in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, Department of Internal Medicine at OHSU School of Medicine.
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the universitys missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
The overall mission of the Hillsboro Medical Center Internal Medicine Primary Care Residency is to train physicians who are:
Well-rounded primary care physicians with excellent clinical skills
Resilient providers equipped to meet the needs of the diverse community of the Hillsboro, OR and greater Portland, OR areas;
Advocates for the underrepresented and underserved;
Stewards of the ideals of inclusion and equity;
Intellectually curious life-long learners;
Thoughtfully engaged in quality improvement and research;
Transformative leaders who guide primary care change and growth
Strong collaborators within interprofessional teams
The duties of this position include:
Serve as a Primary care clinician in the Faculty Practice with OHSU at Hillsboro Medical Center (to include continuity care, as well as interim or same day care)
Participate in clinical based teaching of OHSU students and in the future Hillsboro Medical Center based Internal Medicine residents, such as resident continuity clinic precepting
Potential for inpatient general medicine teaching attending
This position will include continuity ambulatory practice and potentially interim care for the practice. Clinical care duties will be the equivalent of 8half days per week. When trainees start in the future, clinical work will include 1 full day of precepting residents or students. Evening clinic hours will be expected at a 1 day per week. Communication skills and the ability to collaborate with other clinicians in our practice is essential.
Faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics participate actively in teaching medical students, residents, fellows, and each other. Opportunities for teaching abound and participation is encouraged and valued. The faculty member will be expected to participate in continuing education, professional and faculty development and scholarship, as directed by his or her department.
MD/DO; Internal Medicine Board Certified or Board Eligible.
Please include a cover letter and CV with your online application
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