The Lead Faculty of the Academic Adult Medicine Residents Clinic is responsible for the administrative, educational and clinical oversight of the clinic. The successful applicant will dedicate an average of 12 hours per week to the administrative and educational aspects of the clinic and 28 hours per week for clinical care of patients in the Academic Adult Medicine Clinic (includes serving as preceptor to residents 20 hours and seeing patients on their own 8 hours).
Supervises the resident’s clinical care of patients in the Academic Adult Medicine Clinic. Provides direct patient care in the outpatient setting. Develop and maintain clinic preceptor schedule. Prepares and participates in lectures, curriculum development, resident evaluations, and when appropriate writing letters of recommendation. Oversee all aspects of clinical and administrative care within the clinic setting pertaining to residents’ training. Oversee quality improvement for cancer screening, cardiovascular risk management and chronic disease management. Collaborate with Carle Physician Group leadership to implement a successful transformation to more patient centered, high- value model of care at the resident continuity clinic (e.g. PCMH). Develop innovative schedules to balance inherent conflicts between inpatient and outpatient responsibilities (e.g. 4+ 2 model, firm system). Participate in the Adult Medicine call schedule (telephone call only)
With 400+ physicians comprising over 80 specialties/subspecialties and a service area of 1.5 million residents, Carle Physician Group is locally owned and physician led. Our group is part of a not-for-profit integrated network of healthcare services that includes Carle Foundation Hospital, a 393-bed Level I Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Center as well as 14 branch locations in 9 communities.
Globally connected, innovative and culturally rich, Champaign-Urbana is centrally located to Chicago, Indianapolis and St. Louis and is home to one of the world's great public research universities - the Big Ten University of Illinois. With ease of transportation, excellent schools and affordable housing options, our community features the friendliness and advantages of a smaller town while offering the dining, arts, sports, and entertainment options found in a much larger city.
Graduate of an ACGME-accredited residency program in Internal Medicine. Able to obtain medical license in the State of Illinois and medical staff privileges at Carle Foundation Hospital. Possess and maintain current certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Possess documented clinical and academic experience to ensure effective implementation of the program requirements of internal medicine residency programs. Must be a clinician with a broad knowledge of, experience with, and commitment to internal medicine as a discipline, and to the generalist training of residents.
At least 2-3 years’ experience in Primary care setting. Prior experience with working with residents in clinic setting with background in Research and QI strongly preferred. Experience/efficiency with working with EMR. Prior leadership experience/ training. Completed post graduate training from Preventive Medicine or Primary care track residency program desirable.
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Carle is the leading healthcare system in east central Illinois serving a patient base of more than 1.5 million.
The 393-bed regional hospital is home to a Primary Stroke Center, accredited Chest Pain Center, Level III Perinatal Services and the area's only Level I Trauma Center. Carle Physician Group, the outpatient practice serving nearly 170,000 unique patients annually, is comprised of more... than 400 physicians dedicated to providing patient-focused care in 80 specialties located in 14 communities across central Illinois. Carle Heart and Vascular Institute, Carle Neuroscience Institute (including Spine Institute), Digestive Health Institute, Carle Cancer Center and Mills Breast Cancer Institute, bring additional advanced diagnostic and treatment options.
Carle Foundation Hospital has achieved Magnet® designation, the nation's highest honor for nursing care and was the recipient of Healthgrades 'America's 100 Best' Award™ in 2015.
Join our team of experts in a family-friendly Big Ten university city centrally located to Chicago, Indianapolis and St. Louis.