Do you have a personal mission to make an impact in an underserved community and improve access to quality primary care?
Are you a patient advocate who is passionate about promoting health and wellbeing?
Do you have the ability to listen and communicate with patients from a variety of backgrounds, social and family situations, helping them to face the challenges they have dealing with their illnesses?
The Institute for Family Health may be a great fit for you!
Join our team and work with an organization that supports a healthy work life balance while making a great impact on the lives of many we serve. Numerous opportunities for professional growth in developing new clinical skills, clinical research, education, training and advocacy for social justice in health care. We are seeking faculty for our innovative, well-established program, based at the Institute for Family Health's Walton Family Health Center, which provides outstanding primary care, behavioral health care and dental care.
Our strengths include a fully integrated behavioral health fellowship, comprehensive training in population health with a dynamic care management team, well developed training in treating Hepatitis C and opiate addiction, group prenatal and diabetes visits, a strong commitment to advocacy, and dedicated efforts to impact policies on health care reform..The program offers multiple opportunities with collaboration with our NYC programs and academic affiliation with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine. It boast 30 positions, 12 of which are funded through the Federal Teaching Health Centers Programs,
Faculty: Responsible for supervising, precepting, and advising with residents; Responsible for supervising and managing curriculum; Responsible for scholarly activity and participating in research activity; Responsible for hospital based (inpatient or obstetrics) service and training
Clinical: Responsible for the care of patients at all clinical sites and programs as assigned by their supervisor. Responsible for ensuring the care of their patients meets the organization's productivity goals, quality performance measures, regulatory compliance, training needs, and research initiatives.
Maintains a minimum of 24 hours of faculty time exclusive of patient care
Precepts in the ambulatory training site as assigned
Supervises hospital based rotations (inpatient or obstetrics) as assigned*
Supervises specific rotations as assigned
Supervises elements of the program curriculum as assigned
Supervises resident advisees as assigned
Supervises medical student rotators as assigned
Produces scholarly activity and participates in research efforts in collaboration with residents, faculty, and other Institute staff.
Graduate of an accredited medical school and an accredited residency program in Family Medicine
NY State Medical License
Board Certified in a relevant specialty board
in Family Medicine by ABFM and /or ACOFP
Current BCLS Certificate
Current DEA Certificate
Effective interpersonal, communication, organizational, and management skills
Familiarity with Microsoft Suite and electronic health records ( Epic knowledge a plus)
Bi-lingual English/Spanish a plus
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action:
The Institute for Family Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. This job summary is intended to be brief and may not list all the duties and functions required, however, it does highlight the essential requirements. Nothing outlined in this job summary is to be construed as an express or implied contract of employment.
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