AdventHealth Graduate Medical Education in Orlando, Florida is looking for a dynamic, hardworking, and broadly skilled Family Medicine physician with a passion for teaching. This doctor would serve as one of the key faculty members in an academic role within the Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency Program. He or she would focus on outpatient medicine while teaching our residents and medical students. The physician's duties will include his or her own personal family medicine clinic, precepting residents and medical students, giving didactic lectures, constructing curricula and evaluating residents and medical students. There is an opportunity to incorporate OMM into both clinical care and teaching. There is also an opportunity to become the Associate Program Director and/or the Osteopathic Recognition Director.
The ideal candidate would have experience in academic medicine, demonstrate leadership capabilities, strong communication skills, and fit within the mission and vision of AdventHealth, formerly Florida Hospital. Bilingual in Spanish is preferred, but not necessary.
This well-established ACGME Accredited Family Medicine Residency with Osteopathic Recognition is based at AdventHealth East Orlando, a 293 bed facility that is part of one of the largest healthcare systems in the country. The Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency at AdventHealth East Orlando, which has been training residents for over 30 years, is among the most progressive training programs in the osteopathic profession. The foundation for our family medicine residency is derived from the dedication of our faculty, continuity family medicine and pediatric clinics, didactic programs and innovative technology. We teach twenty four residents each academic year, ONMM3 residents, and osteopathic medical students. We are a core site for third year students from the Kansas City University College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine at Nova Southeastern University.
Board Certification in Family Medicine (AOA or ABMS) is required.
AOA certification or ABMS certification with OMM skills is preferred.
NOTE: Not a J1 or H1 Opportunity
The residency program is located at AdventHealth East Orlando. AdventHealth East Orlando is part of a network of 30 hospitals across the state of Florida. We are a non-profit, faith-based organization owned and operated by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. AdventHealth is the largest healthcare system in the state.
AdventHealth East Orlando, a 293-bed full service community hospital became part of the Adventist Health System in 1991. We are proud to serve approximately 180,000 patients annually, which include more than 16,700 inpatients and 79,330 outpatients at AdventHealth East Orlando.
Orlando is known as the City Beautiful. There is much more than theme parks here! Our community is culturally diverse and a great place to raise a family. We have excellent public and private schools. Orlando is also the setting for several colleges and Universities, including the University of Central Florida. We are home to multiple theaters, art museums, art festivals and film festivals. We are well known for our excellent restaurants. We have a vibrant sports community with national teams like the Orlando Magic Basketball and Orlando City Soccer Club. We offer year round pleasant weather for outdoor fun and are only an hour away from some of the most scenic beaches in the Southeast.
Internal Number: PCP-50 PCP-51
About AdventHealth Orlando
AdventHealth Graduate Medical Education Department is committed to serving the community, the sponsoring institution, the faculty, staff, resident physicians and medical students. The mission of Florida Hospital, and of the residency and fellowship programs, is "To extend the healing ministry of Christ." We do so by preparing compassionate and competent physicians, who, we hope, will plan to practice in Central Florida when they complete their training.