Current Job Openings
Clinical Chief of General Primary Care [INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY]
Primary Care and Population Health- Clinical Associate or Clinical Professor
The Division of Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford University School of Medicine is recruiting for a Chief of General Primary Care, to lead Stanford General Primary Care into the future – one that provides more compassionate and effective health care for patients, improves the professional life of physicians and clinical faculty, and that lowers the cost of health care to our community through more coordinated early care and prevention.
Clinical Chief of Geriatrics
Primary Care and Population Health-Clinical Associate or Clinical Professor
The Division of Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford University School of Medicine is recruiting for a Clinical Chief of Geriatrics to lead Stanford Geriatrics into the future- one that provides more compassionate and more effective health care for seniors, one that keeps healthy seniors thriving, and that protects and cares for the frailest and most vulnerable members of our society.
Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley Family Medicine Residency Program Director
Primary Care and Population Health– Clinical Assistant, Clinical Associate, or Full Clinical Professor
A physician leader with expertise and board certification in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine, to join the faculty of the Division of Primary Care and Population Health (PCPH) within the Department of Medicine, in the Clinical Educator line, at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor as appropriate, in the role of Medical Director of Employer-Based Primary Care, to lead the clinical operations of a key client site along with additional programs to support the health and safety of the corporate employee community through various preventive, wellness, and injury response measures.
Occupational Health Physician
Primary Care & Population Health-Clinical Assistant Professor or Clinical Associate Professor
The Stanford University Occupational Health Center is seeking a physician with Occupational Medicine experience and expertise in musculoskeletal care to join a diverse group of patient-centric clinicians in the Occupational Health Program at the Stanford University and SLAC Occupational Health Centers, advancing total worker health to maintain a safe and healthy work environment on Stanford campus.
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.
Medical Director, Adult LGBTQ+ Program
Primary Care & Population Health - 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.
For inquiries and consideration, please submit your CV and statement of interest/cover letter by completing the Position Inquiry form.
Thank you for your interest in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health!
Virtual Hiring Event Primary Care at Stanford
Learn more about Stanford Primary Care and Population Health! We have several of our general primary care faculty discussing their experience working at Stanford and answering questions you may have.