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Primary Care and Population Health– Associate or Professor of Medicine – Clinical Educator Line

Community Partner Site Chief Medical Officer

The Division of Primary Care and Population Health in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University in partnership with St. Anthony’s Medical Clinic, is seeking to fill a leadership position of Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of St. Anthony’s Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). This position will hold a faculty appointment at Stanford School of Medicine and will work as a contracted CMO for St. Anthony’s, a local FQHC in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. A successful candidate should be an accomplished clinician-administrator, clinician-educator-administrator, or clinician-investigator-administrator who would fulfill criteria for appointment at the level of Associate or Full Professor in the University Medical Line or as Clinical Associate or Clinical Professor in the Clinician Educator Line. The position entails a combination of clinical practice, fiscal management, program implementation and evaluation, and medical education. Applicants must have an MD or DO degree with Board Certification in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Addiction Medicine and preferably at least five years of management experience in a clinical or outpatient setting. Fluency in Spanish, Cantonese, Vietnamese, or Arabic, prior experience working in a FQHC, prior experience working with community-based organizations, prior experience addressing the social determinants of health in low-income, multicultural, and housing insecure populations, and demonstrated experience working with substance use disorders (SUD) are also preferred qualifications.

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Primary Care and Population Health – Assistant or Associate Professor of Medicine – Clinical Educator Line

Stanford University’s Department of Medicine, Division of Primary Care and Population Health, is seeking entry and mid-level faculty to join the General Primary Care Faculty practices.  We’re looking for a well-rounded physician who enjoys caring for patients and takes their passion to lead and inspire the next generation of primary care providers. Successful candidates would have an interest in medical education, clinical quality improvement, technology/system integration or leadership development. New faculty will have a limited primary care panel and time for exploration of their area of interest.

Primary Care & Population Health - Women’s Health - Assistant or Associate Professor - University Medical Line

Stanford University’s Department of Medicine (Division of Primary Care and Population Health) and Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology seek a new junior or mid-career faculty member with a clinical or health services research focus in Women’s Health (defined broadly, to include individuals with diverse gender identities). Successful candidates should be physicians who have specific training in women’s health (e.g., women’s health postdoctoral fellowship training or obstetrics/gynecology training) or demonstrated experience and reputation in a women’s health field, as well as research training, and strong potential for influential publication and impact on health care delivery systems.

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Primary Care & Population Health - Medical Director, Adult LGBTQ+ Program - Associate Professor or Professor - University Medical Line, Clinician Educator Line

The Division of Primary Care and Population Health in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University is seeking to fill a leadership position in LGBTQ+ Health. The inaugural Director of the Adult LGBTQ+ Health program  should be an accomplished clinician-administrator or clinician-investigator-administrator who would fulfill criteria for appointment at the level of Associate or Full Professor in the University Medical Line or as Clinical Associate or Clinical Professor in the Clinician Educator Line. The position entails a combination of clinical practice, clinical research, education, and program administration depending on the qualifications of the successful candidate. Applicants must have an MD or DO degree with Board Certification in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine. 

Primary Care and Population Health-Academic Palliative Physician

The Division of Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford University School of Medicine is seeking a full-time palliative medicine clinician-educator with advanced training in palliative medicine to join our Palliative CareSection. Primary clinical responsibilities include working in our outpatient palliative medicine clinic which cares for patients with a wide range of life-limiting illness, oncologic disease being the most prominent.Our outpatient programfunctions asa multidisciplinary team consisting of physicians, advance practice providers, nurses, social workers, chaplains and full-time clinic support staff at each clinic site. Clinics are currently located at three different locations in the Bay Area, with majority of visits being completed via telemedicine. If interested, there is also opportunity to attendon our dynamichospital-based, multidisciplinary consult service.Educational responsibilities include teaching atmultiple physician training levels, from medical students to palliative medicine fellows as well as additional opportunities to teach in other structured settings for medical trainees and other disciplines. Board certification in one’s primary discipline is required, and candidates must also be board eligible/board certified in palliative medicine.Potential leadership opportunities exist fromthis position.

The outpatient Palliative Care team isa rapidly growing service, having grown by over 60% in the past four years. We projectto complete over 7000 patient visits this fiscal year. The Palliative Care Service at Stanford Hospital also consists of physicians, advanced practice nurses, social workers, a chaplain fellow and a full-time administrative assistants the core team is dedicated to Stanford University Medical Center, a 450+ bed university hospital. The inpatient service sees over 1000new patients each year with diverse diseasesandis the major training site for the Stanford Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship. The qualified candidate will possess broad clinical knowledge and demonstrated experience in palliative care, evidence-based practice, and excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue untilthe position is filled.Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae, a brief letter of interest and the names of three references to Danielle Saenz, 1265 Welch Road, Stanford, CA 94305, or email danisaenz@stanford.edu. Starting Date is flexible.

Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women, members of minority groups, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities, as well as from others who would bring additional dimensions to the university’s research, teaching, and clinical missions.

For inquiries and consideration, please submit your CV and statement of interest/cover letter by completing the Position Inquiry form.

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