Family Medicine Faculty jobs in Portland, OR

Portland, Oregon
Oct 19, 2016
Robyn Pryor
Family Medicine
Position Type

Portland, Oregon - Seeking an excellent BC/BE Family Medicine physician with Obstetrics training to join the faculty of our Family Medicine Residency program. Full-time position; 0.7 FTE clinical and 0.3 FTE medical education, including teaching and administration. Competitive compensation; comprehensive benefits. Ideal candidate will have a passion for teaching, with experience and expertise in residency and medical student education, an interest in the evolving patient-centered medical home model and a desire to serve vulnerable populations. Additionally, candidate should have a background in Obstetrics and three to five years of experience in the clinical setting. At Providence Oregon Hospital Family Medicine Residency, we promote lifelong learning of the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to provide high-quality care, especially to those most in need. Our mission is to train family physicians to be the cornerstone of patient-centered, socially responsible and community-oriented medical care. Join a well-established faculty at Providence Medical Group's Department of Graduate Medical Education and teach in a community clinic setting while enjoying protected educational and clinical time. Experience all that the Northwest has to offer in Portland, a beautiful and welcoming city.

Facility: PMG Oregon

Providence Medical Group is our organization of employed physicians in Oregon, with more than 70 clinics across this diverse, expansive state. Our 550-plus providers in Oregon have a wide range of clinical expertise. We receive clinical and operational support from a number of centralized Providence programs such as Quality and Research, Pharmacy, Medical Management and Information Services.

Portland has a metro population over two million, but maintains strong local neighborhoods and a close connection to nature. Consequently, the city consistently ranks high in national “livability” contests. The New York Times describes Portland as a “bastion of good living” and “one of our national capitals of cool.” With easy access to mountains and beaches, coupled with a nationally recognized food culture, Portland is a large little city with an outsized and unique cultural footprint.