The Department of Family Medicine at East Carolina University, one of the founding departments of the Brody School of Medicine, is seeking full-time faculty for the following positions:
Position # 002474
Department of Family Medicine seeks a Clinical Operations Physician Faculty to serve as the Clinical Services Division Director and as the department’s Medical Director. This full time faculty position may be fixed-term or tenure-track; Clinical Associate Professor or Associate Professor rank. The position reports directly to the Chair. The position works closely with the ECU Physicians (ECUP) Medical Director and works collaboratively with the ECUP Associate Medical Director and Chief Operating Executive.
Key Roles and Responsibilities: Overall responsibility for the clinical operations of the department to include the ambulatory clinic sites. Leads planning and goal setting for ambulatory clinical practice transformation work for the department, in collaboration with the ECUP leadership team. Supervises the ambulatory practice of clinical providers, leading them in the consistent provision of high quality, customer-focused, efficient patient care. In alliance with the ECUP leadership team, coordinates the clinical operations of the department’s medical staff. Serves as a member of the ECUP Clinic Directors Committee. As part of ECUP’s leadership team, promotes quality, continuous improvement and patient safety. Works with ECUP and department administrator to manage the clinical services to meet or exceed budget targets. Provides care to patients in the ambulatory and in-patient setting. Precepts Family Medicine residents and students in both the ambulatory and in-patient setting.
Position # 000508
The Geriatric Division director is responsible for the leadership of the geriatric division and geriatric center, as well as the management of faculty, staff, and fellows. They are responsible for the management and growth of the geriatric fellowship, the geriatric clinic, the teaching nursing home as well as significant grant projects.
Our geriatric division is actively involved in the teaching of our medical students, family medicine residents, and geriatric fellows. Faculty are very active clinically, with responsibilities in the ambulatory geriatric clinic, the Family Medicine Center, inpatient hospice, and two teaching nursing homes.
Position # 000501 (2 vacancies)
Fixed-term or tenure track faculty position at the rank/title of Clinical Assistant Professor or higher. The selected candidate will also serve as an Assistant Residency Director.
This position is responsible for supervising and teaching the 8-12 residents assigned to one of the four Family Medicine Center (FMC) modules. Strong emphasis on teaching and patient care in both the ambulatory and inpatient setting, with opportunities to develop administrative and scholarship skills.
Position # 000485 (2 vacancies)
Fixed-term or tenure track faculty position (at the title or rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor) for a Board Certified Family Physician or Internal Medicine Physician with additional qualifications in Geriatrics for the primary purposes of teaching family medicine residents, geriatric fellows and medical students. Leadership opportunities exist in the geriatric fellowship, teaching nursing home project, and residency curriculum development.
Responsibilities will include teaching medical students, residents, fellows, and other learners. Opportunities are available for outpatient service only. There are substantial clinical responsibilities. Practice and teaching sites include an ambulatory geriatric clinic, the Family Medicine Center, inpatient hospice and two teaching nursing homes.
Position # 960621
This position will function as a member of the research team in the Center for Integrated Care Delivery in the implementation and conduct of several grant-funded projects, including:
As a part of these projects, this position will train and supervise graduate-level behavioral health trainees who are providing care to patients in an integrated primary care setting; contribute to the revision and restructure of a more unified, interdisciplinary curriculum across multiple professions in the primary care setting; and provide behavioral health services as a part of team-based care for underserved patients with diabetes and co-morbid disease/ behavioral challenges via a telehealth system directly into rural primary care practices at the time of the primary care visit.
Position # 960602
The Maternity and Women's Health Fellowship is designed to develop teachers of women's health, to provide fellows with the skills and knowledge to care for underserved women and to enhance the academic and service excellence within the Department of Family Medicine. The fellowship has a strong emphasis in clinical service and productivity.
During the fellowship, participation in faculty development, acting as a junior faculty member, initiation of a research project, teaching residents and students on the Family Medicine Inpatient Service and active care of pregnant and delivering patients is required.
In addition to a core curriculum in women's health, the schedule allows elective time to pursue areas of special interest.
The fellowship provides an exciting opportunity to train in primary care women's health. This program offers a 1-year clinical fellowship.
The clinical curriculum includes training across the continuum of care, including ambulatory, acute, inpatient, maternity care, and procedural skills for career development.
Minimum qualifications: MD or DO degree from an appropriately accredited institution, NC Board Certified or Board Eligible in Family Medicine, and completion of an Accredited US Residency Program
For additional information about any of these positions, call 252-744-2592 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brody School of Medicine is known nationally for its commitment to family medicine. ECU with approximately 22,000 students is the third largest university in the 16-member UNC system. Greenville, NC home of ECU, has consistently won awards for its quality of living. The ECU Brody School of Medicine is affiliated with Vidant Medical Center. Vidant Medical Center is an 861 bed facility and the flagship hospital for Vidant Health and serves as the teaching hospital for the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
Greenville, NC home of East Carolina University, has consistently won awards for its quality of living. Greenville is known for its wide variety of outdoors activities, as well as its proximity to many beaches. East Carolina University has approximately 22,000 students, which brings a plethora of cultural opportunities to the city, including sports, the arts, and opportunities for academic enrichment. The Affiliated teaching hospital, Vidant Medical Center is an 861 bed tertiary care center including a children's hospital and a level I trauma center.
East Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action university and accommodates individuals with disabilities. All applicants must comply with the immigration Reform and Control Act. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.