Medical Director, Ambulatory Primary Care / Infectious Disease Clinic

University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria
Illinois, United States
$180,000.00 - $245,000.00
Apr 06, 2021
Employment Level
Non-Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time
The Department of Medicine at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria (UICOMP) seeks a full-time board-certified/board-eligible internal medicine / infectious disease / family medicine / medicine-pediatrics physician applicants for the position of Medical Director of the department's Positive Health Solutions (PHS) clinic as an Assistant/Associate/Professor of Clinical Medicine/Physician Surgeon. Serving 15 counties in central Illinois, PHS provides the highest quality of care in a patient-centered environment with a staff of physicians, mid-level providers, nurses, case managers, and mental health counselors. The Medical Director will be responsible for the overall clinical supervision and management of PHS patients, the maintenance and improvement of medical systems to deliver quality health care, the coordination of the educational and clinical experience of medical students and residents assigned to the clinic, providing comprehensive care for the patients, and assisting with grant writing to secure funding.

This position offers excellent personal and professional growth for the right candidate. Teaching opportunities with both medical students and residents are possible. The ideal candidate will be encouraged to pursue his/her academic interests. Physicians with experience working with the HIV/AIDS and LGBT communities and who are comfortable with PrEP counseling and training are preferred. Also preferred are candidates with experience as an ambulatory clinic medical director.

The position requires a medical doctorate (MD or DO) or foreign equivalent. Candidate must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Medicine-Pediatrics, current or eligible for licensure in Illinois, and current or eligible for medical staff appointment at a university-affiliated hospital.

The position is available to applicants with administrative and teaching experience. H-1B and J1 visa candidates are welcome to apply. In central Illinois on the Illinois River, Peoria has a small-town atmosphere in a larger city. The cost of living is low, and neighborhoods are safe and diverse. World class healthcare and educational facilities plus easy access to Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, Peoria is attractive to all ages and demographics.

For fullest consideration, interested applicants should upload a letter of interest and curriculum vitae please apply by April 16, 2021 at . Job descriptions are available by request at
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