The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is a leader in providing a patient-centered, clinically integrated medical education continuum, from pre-medical education to undergraduate medical education, and on through residency training, with an emphasis on primary care. Our focused research and community health programs speak to our commitment to improving health and well-being in our communities and quality of life for our patients. The state’s only osteopathic medical school, our college was founded in 1975 and is located at Ohio University’s Athens, Ohio campus. We are recruiting for a primary care faculty position. For the purpose of this position, primary care is defined as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics.
The successful applicant should possess a strong desire to teach and advise osteopathic medical students within our curriculum and contribute to the development of the College through leadership, teaching and service. Candidates must have outstanding leadership, management, and interpersonal skills to relate to a wide diversity of faculty, staff, students and community members.
We are seeking to fill one primary care physician half-time (0.5 FTE) faculty teaching position at the HCOM-Cleveland campus and one at the HCOM-Dublin campus, with responsibilities to include:
• Prepare and perform didactic instruction for and evaluation of osteopathic medical students, including small group facilitation and clinical skills laboratory sessions, and serve as a clinical liaison/facilitator for long-distance learning.
• Serve as advisor and mentor to osteopathic medical students.
• Collaborate and participate in departmental/OU-HCOM activities.
• Serve on OU-HCOM committees as assigned.
Must be residency-trained D.O. or M.D., hold Ohio licensure and appropriate Board certification or eligibility.
Preference given to candidates with prior undergraduate or graduate level medical education teaching experience. Preference given to individuals who are clinically active.
We pride ourselves on our strong focus on our mission: training osteopathic primary care physicians to serve Ohio.
Our medical school educates physicians committed to practice in Ohio, emphasizes primary care, engages in focused research, and embraces both Appalachian and urban communities. Integral to this mission, our college community commits itself to: provide a clinically integrated, learning-centered, osteopathic medical education continuum for students, interns, residents and primary care associates; embrace diversity and public service; and improve the health and well-being of underserved populations.