The Division of General Medicine & Geriatrics is actively building an integrated team practice model for delivering high quality medical care and service to the patients we serve, including transitional care of hospitalized patients. Our practice also includes innovative models for delivering structured care to populations of patients with chronic conditions. Our practice is recognized by the State of Oregon as a Patient Centered Primary Care Home clinic site.
This position will include continuity ambulatory practice and potentially interim care for the practice. Clinical care duties will be the equivalent of 7 half days per week. Evening clinic hours will be expected at a 1-2 days a week. Communication skills and the ability to collaborate with other clinicians in our practice is essential.
Faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine and 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 or DO. Internal Medicine Board Certified or Board Eligible.
Candidates with an interest in and experience with chronic care models of health care, coordination of care of complex patients in various settings, and continuous practice improvement will receive priority consideration
The successful candidate must have demonstrated ability to work with a team of health care providers and collaborate to achieve clinical care goals.
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