Continuity Clinic Director, Pediatrics Residency at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

Johns Hopkins University
Florida, United States
Salary Not Specified
Posted date
Oct 16, 2021

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Position Type
Faculty Positions, Health & Medicine, Medicine, Other Health & Medicine, Pediatrics, Administrative, Academic Affairs, Faculty Affairs, Student Affairs, Health Services
Salary Band
Not specified
Employment Type
Full Time

Located in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida, the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital (JHACH) Pediatrics Residency Program prioritizes educationally-driven, individualized clinical training and incorporates innovative curricula focused on leadership, health systems science, healthcare disparities and more.

We are looking for a Continuity Clinic Director for our Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine practice. The Continuity Clinical Director will be responsible for the teaching and supervision of the JHACH residents in continuity clinic, provide leadership and direction related to the residency curriculum, and report to the Program Director. The Continuity Clinical Director will also partner with the practice’s Medical Director to provide administrative leadership in the continuity clinic.

We are looking for a board-certified pediatrician with a record of academic scholarship and experience in a resident continuity clinic. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years of clinical experience and be enthusiastic to lead innovations in medical education and healthcare delivery in a continuity clinic setting. This is a faculty appointment with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Specific responsibilities:
  • Education and clinical oversight of residents in continuity clinic.
    • Teaches and supervises residents in continuity clinic.
    • Performs resident assessments, provides formative feedback, and completes written evaluations.
    • Provides oversight of quality improvement activities and residency and clinic performance metrics.
    • Maintains an educational environment conducive to educating residents in the ACGME competency areas.
    • Leads faculty development activities for the continuity clinic faculty preceptors.
  • Oversees, prepares and presents ambulatory didactic curriculum.
  • Administrative, strategic and operational planning for continuity clinic in collaboration with residency and clinical leadership.
  • Member and Faculty Advisor, Clinical Competency Committee
  • Core Faculty and Advisor, Pediatric Academic Colleagues and Communities (PACC) and other residency program curricula
  • Opportunities to collaborate and/or lead efforts related to community health and advocacy training within the residency program.
  • Clinical time in general pediatrics
The Continuity Clinic Director must be a board-certified pediatrician with a record of academic scholarship and experience in a resident continuity clinic. 3-5 years of experience is preferred.

Include CV and letter of interest in the application.

Additional inquiries should be directed to Kristine Kirstein at

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