Internal Medicine Core Faculty for Resident Clinic
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Blake Medical Center, Bradenton, FL
A 383-bed tertiary hospital serving Manatee county communities since 1973, Blake’s specialty programs include a Verified Level II Trauma Center and one of only six Burn Centers in Florida. In 2016, Blake treated close to 100,000 patients, with services including cardiovascular surgery with TAVR, cancer care, joint replacement, back surgery and rehabilitation.
Blake is located in Bradenton, on the southern tip of Tampa Bay and adjacent to some of Florida’s most popular beaches including Bradenton Beach and Anna Maria Island. In addition to great fishing, dining, golfing and beautiful sunsets, the area boasts one of the largest discount shopping outlets in nearby Ellenton.
Blake is an accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, Advanced Primary Stroke Center and boasts several Joint Commission disease specific certifications. The hospital is also accredited as a Community Cancer Program (CoC) and Inpatient Rehabilitation Center (CARF). In July 2017, the hospital welcomed its inaugural class of Internal Medicine residents, becoming HCA West Florida’s seventh hospital sponsoring GME. For more information, visit www.BlakeMedicalCenter.com.
Job SummaryHCA West Florida is seeking an Internal Medicine physician to serve as a Core Faculty member of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Blake Medical Center in Bradenton, Florida. Position combines clinical and administrative duties. Physician will work in the residency's Continuity Clinic on an Outpatient basis teaching residents. Administrative time will be reserved for the non-clinical GME duties required for Core Faculty appointment. This is an HCA Employed position and offers a competitive compensation structure and excellent benefits package including PTO, CME, 401K, Stock Purchase Plan, etc.
We are looking for physicians with a passion for teaching and academics! Previous experience teaching in an ACGME-Accredited residency program is preferred. Qualified Candidates must be Board Certified or Board Eligible in Internal Medicine and have or are able to obtain a Florida Medical License. Candidates with recent scholarly activity such as peer reviewed funding, publication of original research or review articles in peer-reviewed journals, chapters in textbooks, publication or presentation of case reports or clinical series at scientific society meetings, or participation in national committees or educations organizations highly encouraged to apply.
For more information, please contact Katie Terranova.