We have a great faculty opportunity with our Family Medicine Residency program.
We are an ACGME-accredited, unopposed, 8/8/8 residency program, soon to be located in a state of the art ambulatory care center, and affiliated with a full service regional medical center in Bremerton, Washington, in the extraordinary Pacific Northwest. We offer unique educational opportunities, including: an embedded HIV clinic, a longitudinal, interest guided community medicine experience, enhanced mental health training, Medication Assisted Therapy training, training in a wide variety of office based procedural skills, global health rotation opportunities, and comprehensive practice management training.
The program is located is on the Olympic Peninsula in the city of Bremerton which is surrounded by water and mountains, and offers affordable housing, excellent schools and amazing outdoor recreation.
We train Family Physicians to:
I. Provide comprehensive care for patients with a broad range of medical conditions across the spectrum of acute illness, chronic illness and preventive health planning
II. Provide individualized, compassionate care for underserved populations within the Pacific Northwest
III. Lead multidisciplinary teams within the Patient Centered Medical Home in rural and underserved areas of the Pacific Northwest
IV. Communicate efficiently and compassionately during patient, family and community encounters
V. Use leading-edge technology for the benefit of their patients and their communities
VI. Be effective and efficient lifelong learners
VII. Assume medical leadership and community services roles in local communities, in the Pacific Northwest and in the nation
For more information contact:
Julie Johnson, Physician Recruiter at 253-779-6239 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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