The Family Medicine Residency Program at Lancaster General Hospital is seeking an Associate Director for the Osteopathic Core Faculty Team. This position will serve as a core teaching faculty physician for the Family Medicine Residency program with a specific focus on Osteopathic practice, principles and curricular development in collaboration with the Director of Osteopathic Education.
The Associate Director will serve as a faculty advisor by conducting formal evaluations, counsel residents, and coordinate research audits of assigned team of residents. As a core faculty member, the incoming Associate Director will serve as an attending physician supervising residents on our Family Medicine Inpatient Service and/or Maternal Child Health Service (Obstetrics) several weeks per year. In addition, the Associate Director would also be expected to maintain a limited practice by providing quality patient care seeing patients from infant to geriatrics at one of Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health’s Academic Family Practice Centers.
For more than 50 years, the Lancaster General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program has attracted some of the country's most talented medical school graduates. We are honored to be ranked #4 overall among family medicine residency programs by U.S. News & World Report and Doximity. Lancaster General Hospital is proud to have offered one of the first Family Medicine Residency programs in America. It remains one of the most respected and exciting programs in the country.
Graduate of an accredited School of Medicine (Osteopathic)
Completion of an accredited Family Medicine Residency
Possess or able to obtain an unrestricted PA Medical License
Two years of clinical patient care experience desired
Two years or more of teaching experience preferred
Experience with community service, as integrated into the college and medical school experience
We integrate practices and policies that encourage diverse perspectives, experiences and cultures by showing an appreciation for the differences in ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, religion, education, disability, and sexual orientation in our workforce. We celebrate the diversity of our community, strive to have our residency reflect the diversity of our patients and community, work to reduce health disparities and eliminate social injustices.
Physicians at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health provide a coordinated and holistic approach to care through our patient centered medical home model. We believe that care must incorporate all needs of the patient. This includes medically necessary before and after care services, as well as access to socio-economic resources in the community, to ensure their wellbeing as the ultimate path to recovery. Our belief in this type of approach allows our physicians the opportunity to participate in clinical and organizational improvement huddles, committees and other initiatives, providing opportunities to innovate within their own practices as well as the overarching health system.
Competitive base salary with Quality Incentive Plan
Comprehensive health insurance
Paid professional liability insurance
Paid days off (vacation, holiday, sick, personal)
Continuing medical education (CME)
Optional dental and vision plans
Retirement plans including 403(b)
Lancaster is conveniently located within relatively close proximity
to several major east coast cities including: Philadelphia, PA,