Cook County Health is seeking a Primary Care physician (Family Medicine or Internal Medicine) to join an exceptional team serving patients from across the greater Chicago area. This position provides general medical ambulatory and inpatient care to adults, educates medical trainees including medical students, residents and fellows, and participates in the quality improvement and program development activities of the Division of General Internal Medicine. This position also follows the direction of the head of each clinical area or service of work, participates in clinical activities and must be able to work varied hours including nights, weekends, and holidays. Join Cook County Health and become a key member of a high performing Primary Care team that's changing lives throughout Chicago.
Where You'll Work
- Competitive salary and benefit package
- Must be able to work varied hours including nights, weekends, and holidays
- Must be able to travel to worksites throughout Cook County Health & Hospitals System (CCHHS)
- Must be a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy Medicine (DO) from an accredited college or university.
- Must have Board-Eligibility or be Board-Certified in Internal Medicine prior to starting employment; or must have completed Family Medicine Board Certification with board certification or board eligibility in Geriatrics and/or Palliative Medicine prior to starting employment
- Must be licensed as a physician in the State of Illinois or be able to obtain licensure prior to starting employment
- Must have Illinois and Federal controlled substance license or ability to obtain license prior to starting employment
- Providing a record of scholarly achievement is preferred
As the flagship facility for Cook County Health, the John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital is an award-winning 450-bed teaching hospital located in the heart of Chicago. The hospital offers a comprehensive range of specialty and sub-specialty care services and is home to one of the busiest and most advanced Level 1 trauma centers in the nation. Its commitment to providing state-of-the-art and high-quality care has made this hospital one of the best in the country.Where You'll Live
The third largest city in the country, Chicago has a vibrant energy and a rich cultural tapestry. Its iconic skyline, diverse and renown culinary options, deep-rooted blues and jazz scene and world-class museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago, are just a few of the things that make this city so iconic. With thriving industries and a strong sense of community, Chicago stands as a dynamic and inviting urban haven.Who You'll Work For
For more than 180 years, Cook County Health has provided high-quality care to patients across the greater Chicago area. Today, Cook County Health serves more than 600,000 individuals through a broad network of award-winning facilities consisting of two hospitals and dozens of health centers. By innovating care and modernizing its facilities, Cook County Health not only offers patients access to state-of-the-art care services, but access to some of the best healthcare professionals in the nation.
Equal Opportunity Employer including disability/veteran
Job ID Number: 24644