Faculty PositionFamily Medicine PhysicianThe Cone Health Family Medicine Residency Program
in Greensboro, North Carolina, is recruiting a full-time Faculty Family Medicine physician.
The successful candidate will be a board-certified or board eligible Allopathic or Osteopathic Family Medicine physician with interest in both inpatient and outpatient care and clinical teaching of both residents and medical students. The position also requires an academic skillset that includes curriculum development, evaluation, advising, and scholarly activity. Leadership opportunities are available within the residency as well. Interest in osteopathic manipulative medicine, global health, and care of the medically underserved are desirable but not required. Salary and academic rank commensurate with experience.
One of the first 16 Family Medicine residency programs in the nation, ours is a highly successful 8/8/8 program well known for excellence in preparing well-rounded residents for clinical practice. Members of the Cone Health Faculty receive academic appointments in the Department of Family Medicine of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the program plays an active role in the education of UNC medical students on our campus. The residency also benefits from the presence of a nationally renowned Sports Medicine Fellowship and an OB Fellowship program affiliated with the residency. Our Family Medicine Center sits on the campus of the flagship hospital of the Health System and is the home of our resident/faculty clinical practice. It has embedded pharmacy, psychology, and nutrition services.
Greensboro is a welcoming mid-sized city with a diverse international community nestled in central North Carolina's Piedmont foothills. The "Gate City" has a hometown feel with excellent schools, five colleges and universities, numerous parks, multi-cultural and sporting events and a vibrant arts and food scene.
Interested candidates should submit their letter of interest and CV.
Donna TalbertCONE HEALTH |
Medical Group Development