The Department of Community Health and Family Medicine at the University of Florida is seeking a full-time assistant/associate/full professor. The ideal candidate will have experience in sports/musculoskeletal medicine to join our core residency faculty in Gainesville, Florida. This individual will provide direct patient care with teaching responsibilities for family medicine residents, UF medical students, and UF Primary Care Sports Medicine fellows at our family medicine practice site. In addition, this position will participate in educational conferences, musculoskeletal clinics, and weekly didactics. Rank will be commensurate with qualifications. Full-time preferred, however, part-time will be considered depending upon the needs of the clinic and applicant. Clinical and Educational Duties: The faculty member will be responsible for the delivery of primary health care to a diverse and underserved patient population. Other job responsibilities include the customary faculty duties such as precepting residents and students, direct patient care, didactic education, and possibly providing care on the inpatient service depending on the applicant’s qualifications and desire. Training in sports and musculoskeletal medicine is strongly preferred. Applicants who have training in sports and musculoskeletal medicine will direct the dedicated sports medicine clinic weekly and have access to an ultrasound machine. He/she will oversee our popular sports medicine area of concentration for the residency program and have the potential to serve as Team Physician for a local community college based on qualifications. This position will also be working with ARNP/PAs in a supervisory role providing team-based care using innovative models. Our program and department encourages scholarly activity and professional development as to advance our faculty, department and discipline. Experienced and accomplished mentors are available to assist as well as departmental support to present and publish your work as well as provide experiences for you professional development. Educational Activities: Teaching residents during patient care activities at Main Street Clinic - Family Medicine Residency Program To be considered for this position, you are required to apply online https://jobs.ufl.edu requisition number 39540. Final candidate will be required to provide official transcript to the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not be considered "official" if a designation of "Issued to Student" is visible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside of the United States are required to be evaluated by a professional credentialing service provider approved by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at http://www.naces.org/ The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff.
M.D. or D.O. degree or equivalent, board Certification or eligibility in Family Medicine and current Florida medical license or eligibility is required.
Additional Salary Information: The University of Florida provides broad and comprehensive benefit program. Annual salaries are aligned with the AAMC salary reports, benefits packages are at 17.8% and earning annual incentives. Clinical faculty (appointed at any FTE level) participate in a 403(b) retirement plan, receiving a 5.14% employer contribution on top of their base salary. (Salary limits apply). Optional contributions may be made into both the 403(b) plan and the 457 plan.
Internal Number: 00033864
About The University of Florida
The Department of Community Health and Family Medicine (CHFM) at the University of Florida College of Medicine was founded over 40 years ago. From our beginnings to current mission, CHFM has sought “To develop an outstanding academic environment for education, research, and clinical practice in family medicine.” As such, we provide the highest quality of care to the diverse population we serve and educate learners of all types and levels. We actively study, critically review, and research our efforts in these activities to insure we are providing the highest quality medical education in an environment of the highest quality patient care.
At present, our 55 faculty members provide patient care to over 157,796 outpatient visits and approximately 9,000 inpatient visits, teach medical students in all areas of the Medical School Curriculum, and train 29 Family Medicine residents as well as Sports Medicine fellows. Our faculty and residents are involved in expanding the scholarly foundation for Family Medicine through active participation in research and quality improvement activities.
Our Family Medicine centers located throughout Gainesville and the surrounding area offer a full ra...nge of primary care services. Clinical sites in Gainesville are located at Springhill, Haile Plantation, Main Street (also housing the Family Medicine residency program), Eastside Community Practice and Jonesville. We also have a rural family medical practice in Old Town. Additionally, faculty members in our Department provide primary care for students at the University of Florida Student Health Care Center and are an integral part of the sports medicine team caring for our student-athletes.
In addition to direct patient care and education, our department is involved in numerous programs and activities throughout the University of Florida campus and surrounding regions. These programs include Medical Education, Research and Grants, Clinical Trials, Rural Health, UF Student Health Care Center, UF Family Medicine Residency Program, and Bioethics, Law, and Medical Professionalism.
At the University of Florida, our department is an integral aspect of the Health Sciences Center and we routinely partner with colleagues from a wide range of specialties. We also seek to utilize the vast array of resources available on the University of Florida campus to enhance the quality of care of our patients and the quality of education we provide to our learners.