The Spartanburg Family Medicine Residency Program in Spartanburg, South Carolina is a national leader in community family medicine education. We are seeking to add a Family Medicine Faculty Physician to our core faculty. The program is affiliated with both the Medical University of South Carolina and the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Carolinas Campus.
Highlights of the position include:
12 FM residents per year
First in the state to receive ACGME Osteopathic Recognition
Essentially unopposed program
Evidence Based Medicine
Largest program in the state
Substantial sign on bonus
PSLF affiliated hosptial
Paid interview expenses
Paid relocation expenses
Paid malpractice insurance
$6000 CME annually
30 days of time off per year
Premium retirement options
The successful candidate must have the ability to obtain a SC DO license, FM board certification, a love of teaching, and a background of practical experience or faculty development fellowship. Prior academic teaching and/or OB experience is not required, but is preferred.
Spartanburg Regional is an integrated healthcare delivery system anchored by Spartanburg Regional Medical Center, a 540-bed Level 1 Trauma Center. The system offers a range of specialized healthcare services that is unrivaled in its five-county service region, featuring world-class specialty centers making SRHS the region's preferred provider of comprehensive healthcare services.Located in the foothills of the Appalachians Mountains, Spartanburg offers a family oriented community with an affordable cost of living, excellent educational systems and a diverse employment base. Spartanburg is home to BMW as well as over 100 international companies located in the service area. Spartanburg offers a blend of the South with sophisticated restaurants, theatre, private schools and cultural amenities. There is excellent hiking, hunting, fishing and cycling available in close proximity. The beaches of South Carolina are only three hours away!
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