Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo, Department of Family and Community Medicine, is seeking a board-certified family physician to join our full-time faculty. We offer required clerkship and elective rotation experiences to third and fourth year medical students, and have a strong, fully accredited family and community medicine residency program. Responsibilities include direct patient care in our modern clinical facility; attending on our adult and pediatric teaching services at our local community hospitals; resident and medical student teaching and mentoring; and mid-level oversight. Opportunities for collaborative practice, teaching, research, and joint appointment with our School of Pharmacy are also available. Salary is commensurate with experience; opportunities for additional compensation. Sign-on bonus and moving allowance will be considered.
Ideal candidate will be passionate about Family Medicine, seeking to provide excellent Primary Care to our patients and Education to our medical students and residents. Comfort and confidence in the inpatient setting are important, and procedural skills and experience are desirable.
Qualifications: Eligible for full unrestricted Texas Medical license, full federal DEA, Board C/E in FM, State Medical license record showing no disciplinary actions in past 10 years.
Interested candidates should apply to Requisition 29021BR using the following link:
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Terminal degree of MD, DO or equivalent. Eligibility for full unrestricted Texas Medical License, full federal DEA, Board certified or Board eligible in Family Medicine. State Medical license record showing no disciplinary actions in past 10 years. Demonstrated record of effectiveness as a teacher, a record of peer reviewed publication and/or peer-reviewed creative activity which has contributed to the discipline or field of study, to the candidate’s intellectual and artistic development, and to the quality of the academic enterprise; a record of professional service appropriate to the discipline; promise of growth in teaching and research or artistic and creative activity
The Texas Tech University Health Science Center School of Medicine at Amarillo trains medical students and residents with particular emphasis in clinical care. Over 70 medical students and over 75 residents receive training on our campus every year. Our student and resident educational experiences are highly rated due to superior bed-side teaching, a high faculty-to-student ratio, and a wide range of clinical facilities. Fellowships in geriatrics, women's health, and rural obstetrics add to our student and resident training program