Open faculty positions (if any) are listed below. You may also visit Human Resources for other career opportunities at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Faculty Physician, Clinician
The Department of Family and Community Medicine seeks a faculty physician (Assistant Professor) with excellent clinical skills. Duties include direct patient care. Position requires an M.D. or D.O. degree, certification by the American Board of Family Medicine or equivalent qualifications in family medicine, and Texas medical licensure. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Clinical Behavioral Psychologist
The Department of Family and Community Medicine seeks a full-time Clinical Behavioral Psychologist for its Family Medicine Residency Program at the rank of Assistant Professor. Join a vibrant growing program to develop and implement teaching in the behavioral science aspects of Family Medicine.
The position would be approximately 30 percent working with residents, 20 percent working with a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team member, and 50 percent working with students. The ideal candidate would feel comfortable co-precepting in the Family Medicine residency clinic, teaching in a classroom setting, rounding weekly with the inpatient team, and assisting with resident assessments.
The successful candidate will work with a Residency Director and Pre-doc Director who consider Behavioral Science training in Family Medicine to be central to a strong program and will have the opportunity to develop and implement new curricula. Candidate must hold current licensure for providing counseling services in Texas at a level equivalent to a clinical psychologist. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Fellowship, Community Medicine
The Department of Family and Community Medicine at UT Southwestern seeks a graduating primary care resident to join our leadership team.
The Community Medicine Fellowship prepares primary care physicians for leadership roles in the community and in academic medicine. Fellows gain the experience needed to teach medical students and residents multiple aspects of community medicine, and participate in faculty development lectures provided by the department. The fellowship is comprised of teaching and community-based research activities (50 percent) as well as direct patient care (50 percent).
Fellows serve in a clinic that mainly concentrates on the underserved population in Dallas County, and participate in innovative community-based research experiences. Fellows will also be required to enroll in a Certificate of Public Health and/or Faculty Development Academic Fellowship (one required, may enroll in both).
Qualified candidates should send CV and letter of intent electronically to Tiffany Kindratt, M.P.H., Community Medicine Fellowship Coordinator, at email@example.com or to Tiffany Kindratt, M.P.H., Department of Family and Community Medicine, UT Southwestern Medical Center, 5920 Forest Park Road, Suite 650, Dallas, Texas 75390-9165.
Details about the Community Medicine Fellowship
For more information, please contact the program director, Nora Gimpel, M.D., Assistant Professor and Chief of the Division of Community Medicine, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Core Residency Faculty Position with OB
The Department of Family and Community Medicine seeks a core residency faculty physician (Assistant/Associate Professor rank) for residency education and training, including obstetrics. Duties include direct patient care and clinical supervision of medical students and residents. Inpatient care skills are required. Demonstrated track record required in residency education, clinical scholarship/research. Position requires an M.D. or D.O. degree, certification by the American Board of Family Medicine or equivalent qualifications in family medicine, and eligibility for Texas medical licensure. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
UT Southwestern Medical Center is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.