The Department of Medicine at the University of Illinois, College of Medicine at Peoria (UICOMP), located in a mid-size metropolitan area, is seeking applicants for multiple openings for the titles of Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine/Physician Surgeon and Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine/Physician Surgeon to assist the department teach medical students, residents and fellows in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. Other duties include assisting the department: provide clinical patient care in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases in the hospital and clinics; provide Grand Rounds and lectures; assist with curriculum development; participate in clinical medical science research; and perform administrative duties and University service as assigned. Requirements for the title of Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine are an MD degree or its foreign equivalent, plus 5 years of training (3 years in an Internal Medicine residency program, and 2 years in an Infectious Diseases fellowship program), eligible for medical licensure in Illinois, and board certification or eligibility for certification in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. Requirements for the title of Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine/Physician Surgeon are an MD degree or its foreign equivalent, plus 5 years of training (3 years in an Internal Medicine residency program, and 2 years in an Infectious Diseases fellowship program), at least 5 years experience as an Assistant Professor, eligible for medical licensure in Illinois, and board certification or eligibility for certification in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. Travel may be periodically required between healthcare facilities or for professional development. For fullest consideration, please apply online at https://jobs.uic.edu/peoria Complete job description is available via email at firstname.lastname@example.org The University of Illinois at Chicago is an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Teach infectious disease topics to medical students in lectures, seminars, clinics, and wards
Develop and deliver resident education in the subspecialty of Infectious Disease by providing rotations for residents on an infectious disease service, giving infectious disease core lectures, and attending morning report and other conferences
Serve on appropriate educational committees at the College of Medicine
Serve on appropriate hospital committees to improve the quality of patient care, for example, hospital formulary, infection control, or antimicrobial stewardship committees
Perform inpatient and outpatient care as a consulting and attending infectious disease physician specialist
Work 3-4 half-days per week in the ambulatory care of HIV-infected and/or infectious disease patients
Opportunity to participate as a general internal medicine hospitalist attending physician on the resident teaching service
Deliver 1-2 lectures per year during medicine grand rounds on topics of relevance to general internists
Support and develop the research and scholarly activities of the Department of Medicine and the Section of Infectious Disease
Function as a faculty person within the statutes of the University of Illinois
Function as staff member within the bylaws of the university-affiliated hospital(s)
Perform other duties as assigned by the Chair of the Department of Medicine
The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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