Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UR Medicine: The Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center seek a board eligible Internal Medicine-Pediatrics physician with an interest in evidence-based clinical service and research in the area of care for adults with diagnoses that originate in childhood (i.e. “Transition”) including autism spectrum disorder, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), congenital heart disease, metabolic disorders, spina bifida, sickle cell disease and cystic fibrosis for a full-time faculty-appointed clinical fellowship training position in transition (i.e. “fellow”). This physician will be an integral member of the UR primary care team at the Complex Care Center, an innovative interdisciplinary primary care setting targeting adults with pediatric onset conditions.
As a part of their training they will have dedicated educational time and supervision from core Complex Care Center faculty. The Complex Care Center services currently include primary care, nutrition, respiratory therapy, behavioral health, care management, and dental services. The Complex Care Center offers numerous opportunities for clinical and health system research, regional engagement in health system reform, and teaching opportunities.
This role offers the opportunity for protected time to learn from our core faculty, allied professionals (e.g. psychiatry, psychology, respiratory therapy, care management), and subspecialists to promote a career as an outpatient primary care, hospital-based care, inpatient consultation support, and workforce development for this patient population.
The position includes direct clinical services (0.45 FTE), educational time (0.5 FTE), and administrative time for program development and clinical supports at the Complex Care Center (0.05 FTE).
Salary competitive for similar trainees and benefits package is available. The University of Rochester Medical Center is located in a culturally diverse and vibrant community in upstate New York. There is a long history and strong partnership between the Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics, with rich opportunities for professional growth.
Applicants must be board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and be immediately eligible for licensure in New York. Interest and previous experience working with the targeted “transitional” patient population is preferred. Interest in working in an evolving fully integrated program is required.
Applicants must apply on line and should submit a current Curriculum Vitae, along with 3 referee letters to: email@example.com
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