University of Kentucky seeks Assistant Professor of Medicine (Multiple Positions) in Lexington, KY to provide hospital-based clinical services for patients at UK Chandler Medical Center and UK Good Samaritan Hospital. Clinical responsibilities will be devoted to hospital inpatient medicine, working a combination of day, evening, and night shifts on the Hospital Medicine Service. Clinical responsibilities include efforts as attending physician on the Internal Medicine inpatient or consult service; attending physician in hospitalist-staffed outpatient clinics such as discharge, follow-up or pre-operative evaluation clinics. Perform didactic lectures in classroom setting and hands-on clinical bedside teaching in hospital and/or ambulatory settings, for medical students, interns, residents and fellows. Participate in the University of Kentucky’s professional development programs, such as participation or membership in professional organizations, continuing medical education activities and quality improvement projects. Schedule of 25 weeks of rounding blocks and 2 week blocks of jeopardy (backup) out of a total of 52 blocks per year (approx. 15-16 days per month). This position requires a M.D., D.O. or foreign equivalent, completion of Residency in Internal Medicine, board eligible/board certified in Internal Medicine, eligible for Kentucky State Medical License. National background check and/or drug screen may be required. Travel to multiple worksites in Fayette County, KY. Qualified candidates submit resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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