Assistant Residency Program Director and Clinical Ast/Aso/Full
The University of Florida's Department of Emergency Medicine is
seeking a board certified/board eligible emergency medicine or
pediatric emergency physician to join our residency leadership
team. We are looking for an energetic medical educator with a
passion for developing future leaders in emergency medicine. The UF
emergency medicine residency is a 3-year program, matching 14
residents per year. Residency graduates go on to take positions as
academic faculty, community physicians, and academic fellows.
Education faculty receive career development funds and are eligible
for intramural and extramural training opportunities to develop
In addition to a thriving residency, the Department of Emergency
Medicine supports 9 clinical fellowship programs. Our faculty are
academically productive, with research interests in multiple areas
including global health, medical education, resuscitation medicine,
and ultrasound. Faculty hold leadership positions within the
institution and serve in national leadership positions.
The University of Florida, the nation’s fifth-ranked public
university, is in beautiful Gainesville. Enjoy the benefits of
small-town living within a short drive to either coast and to
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The successful candidate will be excited to join our growing
Department of Emergency Medicine in a non-tenure accruing position
at the rank of Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor. The
successful candidate will hold a University of Florida appointment
and become part of our current group of 40 general EM faculty and 9
full time PEM faculty. Rank will be based on experience and
Roles and responsibilities include:
- Develops and implements policies and procedures for the
- Meaningfully contributes to program evaluation committee and
clinical competency meetings.
- Works with the residency leadership team to align residency
practices with ACGME accreditation standards.
- Participates in the recruitment, interviewing and selection of
- Meaningfully participates in all program site reviews and
annual program reviews.
- Orients residents to program expectations.
- Conducts semi-annual reviews with the residents.
- Works with the residency team to develop novel curricula and
ensure alignment between training and national requirements /
- Meets ACGME scholarly activity requirements and works with
residency team to oversee resident research projects and
- Attends resident conferences and actively participates in
- Takes on additional duties as directed.
Salary is negotiable and commensurate with education and
All physicians must be Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency
Medicine ABEM/ABOEM Board Certified/Board-Eligible.
All physicians must be Emergency Medicine or Pediatric
Emergency Medicine ABEM/ABOEM Board Certified/Board-Eligible.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter and
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The Search Committee will accept applications through May 20, 2022.
Applications will be reviewed starting as soon as possible after
the posting date.
Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end
Health Assessment Required: