Job ID: 289456496  |  Last Updated: 5/2/2017

Full Time Faculty MD-DO-KINGSTON, New York

Institute for Family Health
Kingston, NY
Applicant Contact
Roger Ross
Vice President For Talent Acquisition
(845) 418-9064
(212) 620-0688
Accepts J-1 Visas

Job Description


The Institute for Family Health is seeking to expand the Family Medicine Faculty for our well established 10-10-10 combined MD/DO program. In partnership with the Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley, the Residency Program is an integral part of the hospital and the Hudson Valley medical community, touching the lives of both urban and rural populations.

The Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency Program is a participant in the HRSA Teaching Health Centers Programs, with residents training in 3 distinct community health centers located in urban, small college towns, and rural settings. One of three residency programs operated by The Institute for Family Health, there are multiple opportunities for collaboration with our sister programs in NYC. Faculty are eligible for academic appointment at our affiliate medical schools- The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a dynamic Family Medicine Physician Educator who wishes to have an impact upon the next generation of Family Physicians. Responsibilities include direct patient care (Obstetrics is optional), teaching and supervising residents/medical students, curriculum development, and scholarly activities.

Education :
-Graduate of an accredited medical school and an accredited residency program
-NY State Medical License
-BOARD Admissible to respective specialty board
-Current BCLS
-Current DEA Certificate

About Us:
The Institute for Family Health is a not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center network (FQHC) with locations in Manhattan, the Bronx and the Mid-Hudson Valley region of New York State. The Institutes mission is to provide high quality primary care, behavioral health services and dental care to medically underserved communities, and to train health care professionals to care for vulnerable populations. Established in 1983, the Institute is now one of the largest FQHCs in New York, with 26 locations and were still growing! With our state-of-the-art electronic health record and award-winning staff, we are always innovating to help our patients and the communities we serve stay healthy. Join us we look forward to meeting you.

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