Internal Medicine GME Core Faculty

Employer
HCA Healthcare
Location
Lake Worth, Florida
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
Apr 09, 2024
Closes
Apr 23, 2024
Ref
2744506998
Role Type
Administration
Position Type
Faculty
Hours
Full Time
Work Mode
On-site
Employment Type
Permanent
Organization Type
Academic, Hospital / Health System
Description

Specialization:
Internal Medicine

Job Summary:
HCA Florida Healthcare East Florida Division, is seeking a dynamic physician leader interested in medical education to be part of our Internal Medicine residency program at HCA Florida JFK Hospital as Core Faculty. Our East Florida Graduate Medical Education Division currently encompasses 44 high-quality residency and fellowship programs across 9 teaching hospitals, and continues to grow its UME and GME footprint. Our vision and mission are to become a driver of quality and positive change in medical education, to provide our learners with the highest quality training experience and maintain excellent outcomes, to systematically engage our learners and faculty in research and scholarship, and to retain our graduates as future practicing physicians and teachers within HCA.

Our Core Faculty constitute the foundation of our Graduate Medical Education Programs as they teach our residents and fellows, provide high-quality care to our communities, and assure that our learners graduate as practice-ready, high-quality physicians. As essential part of our program our Core faculty have the responsibilities to:
  • Be role models for future generations of physicians by demonstrating compassion, a commitment to excellence in teaching and patient care, evidence-based medicine, professionalism, the advancement of the field of medicine by engaging in scholarship, and by demonstrating a dedication to lifelong learning.
  • Provide residents with level and skill appropriate supervision and promote patient safety, cost effective care, as well as progressive resident responsibility and independence.
  • Create an effective learning environment, with open communication, free of fear of incrimination or retribution, and attend to resident well-being.
  • Demonstrate a strong interest in resident education; regularly participate in organized clinical discussions, didactics, rounds, journal clubs, conferences, and other educational activities as assigned by the Program Director
  • On an annual basis, pursue development of their teaching, mentoring and administrative skills related to education, well-being, practice-based learning and improvement and other areas applicable to GME.
  • By joining HCA Florida Healthcare, the Core Faculty will become part of the largest Graduate Medical Education provider in the US, and will have the opportunity to help shape the direction and goals of medical education at the program and division level.
    This role also gives the Core Faculty the opportunity to practice in the his/her desired specialty at the primary and/or closely affiliated sites, under employment by HCA or one of its area specialty partners.

    The Core Faculty will also have the opportunity to join the academic faculty of one of our partner medical schools, namely the Nova Southeastern University Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine, and engage in the education of medical students, as well as collaborative research and scholarship. The academic rank will depend on the candidate s experience.

    Requirements: It will be required that the Core Faculty is certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in his/her specialty, will obtain a License to practice medicine in Florida, and be credentialed at the facilities of his/her clinical engagement. The ideal candidate has some clinical experience in an academic/teaching environment, and has demonstrated involvement and/or a strong interest in medical education, as well as some involvement in research and scholarship over the past couple of years. Candidates that have recently graduated will be considered.

    Responsibilities: The Core Faculty will be responsible for day-to-day involvement in the education of the residents and/or fellows, as well as the education of medical students, and devote a significant portion of their overall effort to the education of residents and fellows. As assigned by the Program Director, the Core faculty may be asked to take on the administration or implementation of key components of the program and will support program leadership in the development, implementation, assessment and improvement of parts of the curriculum, resident assessment and mentorship, resident engagement in scholarship and other important tasks. For a detailed description of Core Faculty responsibilities, please review the ACGME common Program Requirements at Common Program Requirements (acgme.org) or the ACGME website Specialty Program requirements for the specialty Specialties (acgme.org)
    • Salary will be dependent upon experience
    • Full comprehensive benefits; medical/dental/vision/retirement plan
    • Incentives/bonuss
    • CME allowance
    • Malpractice coverage
    • Relocation assistance
    Florida is the third most populated state in the United States with a population of 21 million people - our hospitals and programs are located along the East coast of the state, in close proximity to gorgeous beaches, warm weather, and popular destinations for tourists and residents alike. Of course, one of the top reasons to move to Florida is for the gorgeous warm weather and sunny days. With an average daily temperature of 70 degrees, Florida offers comfortable living year-round.

    Florida has the fourth strongest economy in the country and has enjoyed continued growth in the technology, healthcare and education sectors that continue to attract diverse groups of professionals and learners.

    Florida is one of the only states with no state income tax and while one of the top vacation destinations in the country, living in South Florida can also be affordable, with the average cost of living in Florida being 1% lower than the national average according to the cost of living index.

    For more information check out 19 Things to Know BEFORE Moving to Florida Living in Florida () or one of the many other sources of information on our state online.

    About HCA Florida JFK Hospital:
    • 527-bed acute care medical and surgical facility
    • Over 900 physicians, 2200 healthcare professionals and 300 volunteers
    • 3 Xi Da Vinci Robots
    • 24-hour Emergency Services, Orthopedic Care, Wound Management, Cancer Care and Cardiovascular Care
    • Two off-site Emergency Rooms in Palm Beach Gardens and Boynton Beach
    Built in 1959, the City of Atlantis, Florida, is in Palm Beach County. Palm Beach County is bigger than whole states (Rhode Island and Delaware), so we have lots of room to play. From wild animal encounters to water slides to epic mini-golf courses, you don t have to be a kid to enjoy the seemingly endless activities and attractions in The Palm Beaches. The Palm Beaches are a favorite destination for PGA champions, with over 160 golf courses, including The Champion, Breakers Ocean Course, and the PGA National Resort and Spa.

    The award-winning 527-bed hospital is affiliated with over 900 physicians representing a wide range of medical specialties. In addition to our hospital locations, we also offer two off-site Emergency Rooms in Palm Beach Gardens and West Boynton Beach. We are committed to providing high-quality, cost-effective healthcare to South Florida, continuing to bring breakthroughs in cardiac and cancer care. HCA Florida JFK Hospital is the largest Cardiovascular Services Program in Palm Beach County and first to perform TAVR, TMVR, and LAAC Procedures. Providing the latest technology, diagnostic tools and procedures to patients in the communities we serve.