Family Medicine Physician-Core Faculty
- Sanford Health
- Salary Not Disclosed
- Faculty, Family Physician
- North Dakota
- Job type
- Salary commensurate with experience
Description: Sanford Health is currently seeking BC/BE Family Medicine physicians for core faculty positions in our new and expanding residency program in Fargo, North Dakota. The Family Medicine Residency program was established in July 2017 and supports 5 residents.
- OB and/or Adult inpatient privileges preferred
- Phone call is shared with physician members of the entire family medicine department
- Brand new $494 million state-of-the-art hospital
- Opportunity to help develop our new and growing Family Medicine Residency (we welcomed our first residents July 2017)
- Help train the 5 residents in each year of our 3-year residency
- Work in collaboration with our Internal Medicine and Psychiatry residency programs
- Noncompetitive, very supportive environment
- Residency has had 2 site visits and is fully accredited
- Precept residents regularly in our busy resident clinic
- Perform and precept many office procedures
- Friendly and hardworking staff to help make day-to-day tasks much easier!
- Excellent compensation, relocation allowance and benefits
Sanford Health is the largest rural, not-for-profit health care system in the Nation and the largest employer in the Dakotas. Our family is 25,000 strong and our care stretches across 220,000 square miles.
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To learn more about these excellent practice opportunities, contact:
Martty Trout, Physician Recruiter