The Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of Missouri-Columbia seeks a faculty member to contribute to its mission of improving the health of Missourians while creating exemplary care environments for effective teaching of medical students and resident physicians.
Clinical Faculty – Clinical Faculty – Primary responsibilities are clinical practice with opportunities for medical student and residency teaching, including inpatient adult and pediatric care and/or obstetrical care.
The Department of Family & Community Medicine is nationally recognized and ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the top ten family medicine programs for the past fifteen years. Comprehensive benefits package and incentive plan. For more information about our department, please visit fcm.missouri.edu.
Steven Zweig, MD, MSPH c/o Rebecca Wehrman Curtis W. and Ann H. Long Department of Family and Community Medicine University of Missouri-Columbia M228 Medical Sciences Building; DC032.00 Columbia, MO 65212 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (573) 882-6970 or fax (573) 882-9096
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