Owensboro Health/The University of Louisville, Department of Family/Geriatric Medicine is seeking 3 full-time core Family Medicine physician faculty and one PhD Behavioral Health faculty for the new Family Medicine Residency program located at Owensboro Kentucky. These positions' rank will be determined based on applicants previous qualifications.
Job responsibilities: Clinical Duties, Resident teaching and scholarly activities. The core faculty will have a significant role in the education and supervision of residents and will devote a significant portion of their entire effort to resident education and/or administration. The faculty will teach residents and care for patients in all settings. Administrative responsibilities will include evaluation and providing mentorship and formative feedback to residents.
General duty of all core faculty includes:
Participate on the In-Patient Family Medicine Teaching Service at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital for our assigned patients. Supervise admissions, daily care & notes, teaching rounds, charges, etc.
Precept Family Medicine Clinic: Ensure quality care to their patients while teaching continuity family medicine
Personal practice in FMC and scholarly activities
Teach technical skills needed for comprehensive practice and procedures
Family Medicine with Maternity care in addition to above:
Faculty with OB interest will join 1 other FM/OB physician as a role model for maternity care with the goal of educating residents to become competent in providing care for normal pregnancies. This faculty will have the opportunity to provide normal and surgical deliveries at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital in Owensboro, KY
Board Certified or Board Eligible (with 5 years of training)
Preferred: faculty development fellowship, certification, or provided within scope of residency training program; or experience in lieu of certification
FM/OB; must have experience, or OB fellowship
Additional Salary Information: Compensation based on academic rank; guaranteed base compensation, plus bonuses and additional benefits
Internal Number: 001
About Owensboro Health-University of Louisville
Residents will undertake a robust curriculum of classroom studies and clinical rotations, working alongside expert instructors and physicians from a variety of specialties. Owensboro Health Medical Group physicians enthusiastically support this effort and will be actively involved with resident training. Our residents will be trained to deliver compassionate multidisciplinary team care utilizing our NCQA recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model.
The Owensboro Health / University of Louisville Family Medicine Residency clinic and headquarters are located at the East Parrish Campus, which is a 10-minute commute to Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, where most of the clinical rotations will take place. Newly opened in 2013, our flagship facility is licensed for 477 beds and is nationally recognized for its design, architecture and engineering.
On average each year, we have 16,000 inpatient admissions, deliver 2,000 babies and provide the region’s only Level III NICU. Owensboro Health physicians perform nearly 24,000 surgical procedures. Our physicians and staff have 70,000 Emergency Department visits and more than a million outpatient visits annually....
Resident rotations also include outpatient facilities and physician offices, nursing homes, and our Health Department, as well as an out-of-town inpatient pediatric rotation in Louisville at Norton Children’s Hospital. Most rotations are four weeks in length with longitudinal requirements of in-home visits, maternity care and nursing home.
Owensboro Health is a nonprofit health system with a mission to heal the sick and to improve the health of the communities it serves in Kentucky and Indiana. The system includes Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, nationally recognized for design, architecture and engineering; Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital; the Owensboro Health Medical Group comprised of over 200 providers at more than 20 locations; three outpatient Healthplex facilities, a certified medical fitness facility, the Healthpark; a surgical weight loss center and program, and the Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center.
On average each year, we have 16,000 inpatient admissions, deliver 2,000 babies and provide the region’s only Level III NICU. Owensboro Health physicians perform nearly 24,000 surgical procedures, including nearly 200 open-heart surgeries. Our physicians and staff have 70,000 Emergency Department visits, more than a million outpatient visits annually. Visit our home page for more information.
University of Louisville School of Medicine in Louisville, Kentucky, opened as the Louisville Medical Institute in 1837. It is one of the oldest medical schools in North America and the 9th oldest in the United States.
The School of Medicine has built a reputation as a community of scholars who are dedicated to helping the next generation of physicians translate new discoveries and leading-edge knowledge into excellent, compassionate care that enhances and preserves quality of life. The School of Medicine is home to a state-of-the-art facility where pioneering research faculty lead the way with innovative medical research. Notable alumni include Samuel D. Gross, the patriarch of America’s trauma surgeons, and Abraham Flexner, whose work reshaped medical education in the United States.
The Graduate Medical Education Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
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