Assistant/Associate Professor - Family Medicine, Chattanooga - 19000000CT
The University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga and Erlanger Health System are seeking a full-time, licensed, board certified/eligible Family Physician to serve as faculty and Program Director for its fully accredited, full spectrum 6-6-6 Family Medicine Residency. Academic rank is commensurate with experience. Competitive salary and benefits including health, dental, retirement, PTO, Holidays, CME, malpractice/tail insurance and relocation allowance are available.
This residency serves the 10th largest public hospital system in the US and is partnered with an urban mission clinic which serves the underserved Latino community. The Program Director is responsible for the overall administration of the residency program including recruitment, selection, instruction, supervision/advancement, and counseling, feedback/evaluation of residents and supervision/evaluation/development of program faculty.
Chattanooga is a vibrant, growing city that boasts being voted Outdoor Magazine's #1 Outdoor City 2 of the last 7 years. Tucked between the mountains of Southeast Tennessee, alongside the beautiful Tennessee River, Chattanooga is one of America's most breathtaking cities. It features unmatched outdoor adventures, amazing restaurants, live events, art, world-class attractions and the fastest internet on the planet. Chattanooga is located just 2 hours from Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham for large metropolitan amenities. An accessible regional airport with direct flights to major cities makes traveling easy.
Primary Location US-Tennessee-Chattanooga
Organization Chat Family Medicine
Job Posting Feb 28, 2019, 5:56:21 PM
Internal Number: 19000000CT
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