UW Neighborhood Clinics in conjunction with the Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and Department of Family Medicine is seeking Primary Care Physicians/Clinical Instructors for a primary care practice in Woodinville, north-east of Seattle.
The UW Neighborhood Clinics is recruiting a primary care physician to practice full time at the UW Neighborhood Woodinville Clinic in Seattle. Clinical Instructors have an annual service period of 12 months (July 1-June 30). Anticipated start date would be summer 2021. In addition to providing primary care, this role will include some clinical teaching responsibilities.
UW Neighborhood Clinics offer a complete spectrum of primary care services and is committed to improving the health of the public. The providers are actively engaged in teaching and provide care using the medical home model, creating a friendly and stimulating atmosphere for providers, staff and patients.
We prioritize unique and comprehensive care delivery to serve the needs of our patients, including behavioral health, care management, lab and radiology, and a fully integrated electronic medical record. Through our affiliation with the world-class University of Washington School of Medicine and the top ranked primary care training program in the United States, our employees have the distinct advantage to provide our patients with an exceptionally high level of innovative care.
Candidates must have earned an MD or DO, or foreign equivalent, completed residency, and should be board certified or board eligible in Internal Medicine. Candidates will need to posses or obtain a valid Washington State medical license and DEA cert.
Apply here by uploading your CV and cover letter. If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact: Deirdre Kayne Mimura, Physician Recruiter for UW Neighborhood Clinics email@example.com
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