This position is a senior-level, term track Associate Professor or Professor faculty position in General Medicine and Primary Care. Must lead and direct a vigorous academic program of 15+ faculty encompassing research, teaching and patient care. The Division of General Medicine and Primary Care incorporates Ambulatory Care Medicine, Women's Health, and the Division of General Internal Medicine at the affiliated Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
1.Teaching The faculty member will have teaching responsibilities in the area of General Medicine and Primary Care, which will include, but not be limited to, the education of medical students, housestaff and fellows. In addition, the faculty member will promote scholarship and the academic mission of the division. 2.Research Faculty member should be familiar with research areas germane to education and general internal medicine. 3.Service Faculty member will provide administrative leadership of the clinical, teaching and research activities of the division. In addition, the faculty member will serve on departmental, College, and/or University committees as necessary.
M.D, or M.D., Ph.D. degree.
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Administrative leadership experience in an academic environment
Demonstrated leadership experience managing clinical operations of a clinically active academic division
Demonstrated administrative leadership experience in undergraduate and graduate medical education
Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.
National recognition for teaching
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