The Department of Family Medicine (DFM) in the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) at Augusta University is seeking clinician educators to support its teaching, scholarship, and service programs in response to anticipated growth in undergraduate medical education and its Family Medicine residency.
The DFM’s clinician educators provide academic support in all years of MCG’s curriculum. Faculty course involvement includes preclinical electives and interdisciplinary required courses and a six-week Family Medicine distributed clerkship. The department also sponsors hospital and ambulatory, research, public and population health, and vulnerable population electives.
The DFM has an ACGME accredited Allopathic Family Medicine Residency Program, an ACGME accredited 1+2 rural track residency program, and a concurrent AOA accredited Osteopathic Family Medicine residency component. The residency program is also supported by teaching affiliations with the local not-for-profit University Health Care System along with other regional partners.
Clinical teaching and services occur concurrently in the Family Medicine Center (FMC) and at Augusta University Medical Center within Augusta University Health as well as other affiliated local and regional clinical sites. The FMC is recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. Patient-and Family-Centered Care concepts are the guiding principles for new clinical program development in the university’s academic health center as exemplified by its Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
Nestled along the banks of the Savannah River, Augusta is the second oldest and second largest city in Georgia. The greater metropolitan area, home to half-a-million residents, offers a small-town feel with big-city flair – arts, culture, shopping, fine cuisine, sports, and a host of recreational pursuits are paired with low cost of living and picturesque friendly neighborhoods. Augusta is renowned internationally as home of the Masters Golf Tournament – drawing spectators from across the globe. Known as the Garden City, Augusta with its flower-studded beauty and grace has a well-earned reputation for tradition, hospitality, and heritage. A short 2-hour drive gives you access to the world’s busiest airport in Atlanta. You will also enjoy close proximity to the Atlantic coast, the Blue Ridge Mountains and other historic cities, including Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC.
If interested in learning more about available positions, please email a letter of interest and current CV to:
Arman Razavipour, MBA
Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University
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