We are looking for a dynamic faculty member to join the Florida State University (FSU) College of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program operated in partnership with Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) in Tallahassee, Florida. The program was accredited in 2012 and is accredited with the ACGME. Our faculty members are committed to providing a solid, yet engaging education to our residents. Our program provides exposure to a wide array of clinical scenarios and quality improvement opportunities. We have a dedicated director of research to mentor residents with a desire to pursue research projects and an array of medical subspecialists support our training program. In addition to clinical care and teaching, some of our faculty have important administrative roles within the FSU College of Medicine.
We are developing a unique, collaborative group of clinician educators focused on training the next generation of physicians. We offer a balance of didactic experiences through morning report, noon lecture, journal club, etc., With an emphasis on hands-on learning and evidence-based practice. Additionally, we have caps on ward rotations so that you can enjoy medicine with a manageable patient load.
We're currently searching for a faculty member with a passion for teaching, and who loves education and enjoys working with residents and students. A successful candidate is a hard worker, a team player, and adaptable. You will work with dedicated colleagues who are committed to providing a diverse patient population with excellent, high quality care in a collegial work environment.
Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Founded in 1948, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) is a private, not-for-profit community healthcare system committed to transforming care, advancing health, and improving lives with an ultimate vision of leading the community to be the healthiest in the nation. Serving a 17-county region in North Florida and South Georgia, TMH is comprised of a 772-bed acute care hospital, a psychiatric hospital, multiple specialty care centers, three residency programs, 34-affiliated physician practices and partnerships with Doctors' Memorial Hospital, Florida State University College of Medicine, University of Florida Health, Weems Memorial Hospital and Wolfson Children's Hospital.
Our physicians enjoy competitive salaries and a generous benefits package. An academic appointment with the FSU College of Medicine will be commensurate with credentials and experience. Current board certification by the ABIM is required.
TMH "Your Hospital for Life"
Tallahassee is the state capitol of Florida and has a fascinating past with a diverse population. It is often described as the “other Florida" with its deeply rooted history, rolling hills, mild climate, Southern-style hospitality and canopy roads of moss-draped oaks. Home to two major universities (FSU and FAMU) and a large community college (Tallahassee Community College), the Tallahassee community provides a rich variety of offerings in the performing arts, entertainment, and collegiate sports. The downtown area is alive and thriving and welcomed the new Cascades Park in 2013. The surrounding area is known for Wakulla Springs, the world's largest fresh water spring, and several other crystal-clear spring fed rivers. Salt water fishing is 45 minutes away, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world (St. George Island, Cape San Blas, Destin, Fort Walton Beach) stretch to the west as close as 90 minutes away. Outdoor activities are abundant and available year-round. This magical location in the Sunshine State lies only four hours from the castles and crowds of Disney. Tallahassee is a great place to live and an even better place to teach residents and raise a family. Expect to fall in love with Tallahassee, the area and us.
Please contact Justin Sharpe, Physician Recruiter to learn further details. 850-431-5865, Justin.Sharpe@tmh.org
2-3 Years of post Training experience
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About Florida State University College of Medicine/ Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
Early one morning on April 23, 1948, six people gathered in a small room in a wooden barrack at Dale Mabry Field on the outskirts of Tallahassee. They were somewhat apprehensive as they took their seats, for the task at hand would be difficult but the decisions made would benefit the community for many years to come. They were creating Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (TMH).
From the beginning, Tallahassee Memorial was created because of community need, and, over the years, it has grown and changed along with the community. Today, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare is a private, not-for-profit community regional healthcare system serving 17 counties in North Florida and South Georgia. It includes a 772-bed acute care hospital and a variety of other services to meet the healthcare needs of the region it serves