Faculty opportunity available with Carilion Clinic - Virginia Tech Carilion Family Medicine Residency, a well-established, dually accredited AOA/ACGME 10/10/10 family medicine residency program with plans to transition to ACGME with Osteopathic Recognition. Excellent opportunities to teach osteopathic/allopathic residents and medical students in one residency practice with two designated sites. Faculty member will see patients in Roanoke Salem practice and precept in both sites. Faculty appointments are available with both Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, part of the Osteopathic Medical Network of Excellence in Education (OMNEE) OPTI. Inpatient required. Will provide retraining if necessary. Inpatient Obstetric work optional.
Graduate of AOA or AMA Successful completion of Family Medicine Residency Board eligible or Board certified Evidence of strong organizational, leadership, and communications skills Eligible for unrestricted medical licensure in Commonwealth of Virginia and possess DEA
Carilion Clinic is the largest not-for-profit integrated health system serving nearly one million people in Western Virginia, with seven hospitals, 220+ physician practice locations, and 25 GME programs. This network of 700+ multi-specialty physicians in over 70 specialties offers Carilion physicians faster access to patient information and history with a sophisticated, fully integrated electronic medical record system (EPIC) and excellent access to subspecialty consultation. Our medical home approach to primary care lets you focus your energy on the highest risk patients while the electronic medical record enables seamless coordination with Carilion’s specialist.
The Roanoke Valley is a metropolitan area of more than 300,000, nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Roanoke has amenities that you'd expect from a dynamic urban center, without losing the charming feeling of a smaller place. Expansion Management named Roanoke Valley one of its Five-Start Communities for quality of life. The ranking is based on a reasonable cost of living, affordable housing, low crime, excellent transportation access, good public schools, proximity to community colleges and universities, and educated workforce and low taxes.