Regional Director of Medical Education
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HealthPoint is looking for a dynamic educator to join our team as a Regional Director of Medical Education. We are seeking a physician clinician and medical educator for the AT Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine community campus located at HealthPoint Community Health Center in Renton, Washington.
This is a split clinical-administrative position with approximately 50% of time devoted to teaching 2nd year medical skills, advising 2nd, 3rd and 4th year osteopathic medical students, and recruiting and maintaining core preceptors through faculty development and networking. The position is connected to AT Stills University School of Osteopathic Medicine and would promote partnerships with other faculty working in community health centers nationwide. The remaining 20-50% is spent providing direct patient care at one of our community clinics.
HealthPoint has been providing full-spectrum outpatient family medicine in the suburban areas of Seattle, WA for over 48 years. Our progressive, mission-driven organization is dedicated to primary health care including: medical, dental, naturopathic medicine, OB/GYN care behavioral health.
HealthPoint is a non-profit, consumer-governed, Community Health Center network serving the needs of the uninsured and medically underserved populations in 10 medical clinics, 7 dental clinics, 3 school-based health centers, 2 health centers based in partner mental health offices, a family medicine residency clinic and a free-standing urgent care clinic.
We employ over 875 staff to deliver care to over 90,000 patients annually. Our supportive programs include behavioral health, substance use disorder treatment, nutrition counseling, acupuncture, urgent care, peer support, and case management. We are community leaders in initiating and developing collaborative relationships, as evidenced by our partnerships with educational institutions and many community agencies.
Some of the core and essential duties include:
- Mentoring and supervising 2nd-4th year osteopathic medical students (5 per class).
- Grading clinical medical skills course requirements.
- Facilitating and delivering lectures and workshops as needed for class room clinical learning for medical skills and grand rounds.
- Facilitating small group cases and bioethics class.
- Developing and maintaining relationships with HealthPoint and outside community providers, facilities, and institutions that deliver teaching.
- Working with ATSU / SOMA as part of a larger University community to improve processes, serve on committees and relate with other faculty across the country.
- Clinical, outpatient, direct patient care in community health setting.
Applicants must have:
- Graduated from an accredited school of medicine or osteopathy, as an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) or D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine).
- Board certified or board eligible.
- Licensed as a physician in the state of Washington