Research Family Medicine Residency at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri is seeking a full-time MD/DO faculty member for its 36-resident, unopposed, community-based residency program in 2020. The Residency has graduated over 400 physicians in its 42-year history. The Residency's Family Medicine Center, Goppert-Trinity Family Care, has achieved NCQA Level III PCMH designation and sees 27,000 patient visits annually with a diverse patient population. The Residency is known for the strength of its hospital inpatient training. Family Medicine Faculty and Residents manage care in all clinical areas, including the 36-bed Med/Surg ICU. The Residency has optional training tracks in Obstetrics, Integrative Medicine and OMT. Research Medical Center is a tertiary care hospital serving urban Kansas City - including a Level I Trauma Center, Accredited Chest Pain and Stroke Centers, high-risk Obstetrics, and Level III NICU.
The applicant will join a dynamic faculty including 16 full or part-time physicians, 2 clinical psychologists, an education specialist, and 2 Pharm-D's. The faculty teach residents, medical students and Pharm-D students in a variety of innovative styles and settings that value an evidence-based and scholarly approach to medical education.
The ideal applicant will have the ability to practice the full scope of family medicine. Internal Medicine/Pediatrics physicians are welcome to apply. Previous teaching experience is desired but not required. Obstetrics experience is preferred but not required.
By joining the Family Medicine faculty, you are joining HCA, the nation's top-performing health system and largest provider of graduate medical education. HCA Graduate Medical Education is one of the largest providers of residency and fellowship training programs across the nation. With more than 200 programs across 21 specialties, 43 hospitals, and 14 states, HCA GME is building the leading network of innovative, patient-centered graduate medical education communities. HCA hospitals currently train more than 3,100 residents and fellows, and will increase that number to over 6,800 by 2022.