Cleveland Clinic Akron General is seeking board certified/eligible physicians to join our Department ofMedicine Core Teaching Faculty in Akron. The Internal Medicine Residency Program Core Faculty at the Internal Medicine Center of Akron at Cleveland Clinic Akron General provides an opportunity to practice high quality medicine in both the inpatient and outpatient setting at a large teaching hospital. The Internal Medicine Center of Akron (IMCA) has trained our Internal Medicine residents for more than45 years.
IMCA faculty participate in resident selection, orientation, evaluation, and remediation; curriculum development; program evaluation, accreditation, and improvement; supervision and mentoring of our Internal Medicine Residents. Faculty members are a foundational element of graduate medical education – faculty members teach residents how to care for patients. They provide an important bridge allowing residents to grow and become practice-ready, ensuring their patients receive the highest quality of care. They are role models for future generations of physicians by demonstrating compassion, commitment to excellence in teaching and patient care, professionalism, and a dedication to lifelong learning. Faculty members experience the pride of fostering the growth and development of future colleagues. Our training focuses on clinical competence, career development and the wellbeing of our residents.
IMCA core faculty primarily see patients in the outpatient setting, but rotate in the inpatient setting alongside our hospitalist colleagues allowing for a “hybrid” role to provide continuity of care utilizing the Epic™ electronic health record and are focused on quality improvement, population health and innovation in care delivery. Our interprofessional care team within IMCA allow for collaboration with Geriatricians, Pharm Ds, Behavioral Health Social Workers, RN and LPNs. The care our faculty provides is enhanced by the opportunity to teach in a community teaching hospital setting with affiliation to Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) and Ohio University Heritage College of Medicine (OUHCOM). IMCA faculty can hold faculty appointments at both of our medical schools.
Outstanding benefits with minimal call. Robust resources for professional development including leadership, education, and management tracks as well as a formal coaching and mentoring program available for physicians. Tail coverage provided.
The practice is located on the campus of Cleveland Clinic Akron General, minutes from downtown, but allows for a short commute to many thriving neighborhoods offering amenities that allow you to live, work and play in your community. Akron is a 15 minute drive to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and is fortunate to have the Summit Metro Park system that consists of 12 metro parks throughout our City and surrounding neighborhoods. Akron is home to many golf courses, entertainment, cultural attractions and the thriving Portage Lakes area. Forty five minutes to Cleveland, Akron has easy access to Playhouse Square, Cleveland sports and lakefront activities. Akron/Canton Airport (less than 10 miles) from our campus provides an easy travel option to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Cleveland Clinic Akron General is a nonprofit healthcare organization that has been improving the health and lives of the people and communities it serves since 1914. Akron General includes: Akron General Medical Center, a 532-bed teaching and research medical center, and Edwin Shaw Rehabilitation, the area’s largest provider of rehabilitation services; Akron General Partners, which includes Partners Physician Group, the Akron General Health & Wellness Centers, Lodi Community Hospital, Community Health Centers and other companies; Akron General Visiting Nurse Service and Affiliates; and Akron General Foundation. Recently, U.S. News & World Report ranked Akron General Medical Center as the seventh best hospital in Ohio and Number 1 in the Akron Metro Area. For more information about Akron General, visit akrongeneral.org.
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