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March, 2022 / Special Edition Newsletter
featuring Job Postings / Fellowships
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Department of Family Medicine & Community Health
UMass Memorial Health and the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School 

The Department of Family Medicine & Community Health seeks a talented physician leader dedicated to improving community health and aligned with our mission, emphasizing the relationship between clinical practice and community health, especially focused on health equity. The chosen candidate would join a core group of exceptional leaders and will serve on the Department’s Senior Leadership Team.
The Vice Chair provides leadership to develop and grow the department’s investment in population and community health, including practice, teaching, and scholarship. This includes mentorship of physicians and educators whose work focuses on community engagement and addressing determinants of health. The Vice Chair participates in interprofessional student, resident, fellow, and graduate student training, including oversight of the Population and Community Health Clerkship and several federal training grants. Supervision responsibilities include physicians contracted with local agencies to provide community based primary care for vulnerable populations and staff engaged in community health. The VC will be supported 30% for leadership responsibilities. Other work will include a combination of clinical and funded scholarly work (e.g., research, evaluation, or education.) Clinical work can be in a department-based practice or collaborating community-based organization. The Vice Chair serves on system and national organizations to promote Family Medicine and Community Health.
We are currently accepting applications and seek MD/DO candidates Board Certified in Family Medicine with additional formal training in public health desirable. Candidates should demonstrate success with clinical practice, project leadership, an area of expertise in community-engagement and proven capability to generate extramural funding. Experience in novel curriculum development and excellence as an educator are also highly desirable. Candidates should qualify for an academic appointment at the level of Associate Professor or above. Our leaders must portray personal attributes that inspire trust and respect including a commitment to fostering an environment of diversity and inclusion, excellent interpersonal skills, effective written and oral communication skills, and high standards of personal and professional behavior. Read More

To apply, please submit a Cover Letter, CV, and Diversity Statement to our search committee:
Linda Cragin
Associate Administrator, Interprofessional Collaborations
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
C/O Carolyn Jacobs
For confidential inquires please call 508.713.3156 
St. Luke’s University Health Network, the region’s largest, most established health system, a major teaching hospital, and one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals is seeking passionate BC/BE Family Medicine physicians to join our dedicated team of physicians providing excellent care at St. Luke’s University Health Network.

The St. Luke’s Family Medicine team enters an exciting phase of its evolution; we are shaping the future of Family Medicine services in the region. Due to this significant growth in our existing, newly built, and acquired practices we are expanding our team with Family Medicine physicians who strive for excellence and want to make an impact!

We are looking for providers who are seeking growth and new opportunities. This position will be serving the Berks Trust 13,000 members and their families who work within the eleven Berks County School Districts and Berks County Intermediate Unit. Berks Trust resides in two health centers in Exeter, PA and Wyomissing, PA. This position is built into the advanced primary care model which includes a care manager, social worker and clinical pharmacists within the practice.  Read More
The Jamaica Hospital Palliative Care Fellowship Program is an ACGME-accredited program designed to train physicians who are committed to improving comfort and quality of life for patients and families facing life-limiting illness.

The program places emphasis on providing culturally sensitive care to our diverse patient population, taking into account cultural and spiritual views on health, illness and the end-of-life. It is hoped that Fellows who have completed the program will remain within the hospital’s vicinity and that they will continue to provide personalized, comprehensive and culturally sensitive palliative care to our community’s patients.

The primary site of training is the Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. Fellows work as active members of the Inpatient and Ambulatory Palliative Care team. Other required training takes place with the VNSNY and St. Mary’s Hospital for Children. Fellows are exposed to the full spectrum of chronic complex life-limiting illnesses and End-of-Life care in patients of all ages and in all clinical settings.

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is located in Queens County of New York City and serves an urban, culturally diverse population.

Applicants should have:
  • Successfully completed training in an ACGME-accredited residency program in Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Psychiatry, Radiation Oncology or Surgery and be board-certified or board-eligible in one of the above-mentioned specialty areas.
  • Currently have, or be able to obtain, a license to practice medicine in New York prior to the date the fellowship is scheduled to begin.
  • A recent photograph
  • Curriculum Vitae (must be month/year specific)
  • A copy of your current state medical license (if applicable)
  • A copy of your current DEA certificate
  • A copy of your USMLE, Comlex and/or National Board Certificate
  • A notarized copy of your Medical Diploma
  • Certified medical school transcript
  • Copy of all board certification certificates
  • A personal statement, which outlines your reason for pursuing a career in palliative medicine, your experiences with palliative care, and your career goals.
  • Three letters of reference (One from your current or prior Program Director). These letters should be current and attest to personal qualifications, scholastic achievements, and clinical capabilities as related to palliative care.

Please email Program Director, Dr. Sally Mathew-Geevarughese at
and Program Coordinator, Shania Persaud at to apply.
AHN Primary Care
Physician Recruitment
Primary Care - Physician Opportunities
Allegheny Health Network’s Primary Care Institute is hiring Physicians to join our network! 

Current Openings:

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania area openings:
  • Outpatient Family Medicine
  • Outpatient Internal Medicine
  • Occupational Medicine
  • Geriatrics
  •  Allegheny Valley / Natrona Heights
  • Monroeville, PA 

Erie Pennsylvania area openings:
  • Outpatient Family Medicine
  • Outpatient Internal Medicine
  • Geriatrics
  • Faculty Family Medicine position with OB - Forbes Hospital, Monroeville, PA

Faculty Family Medicine Physician OB
Forbes Hospital - Monroeville, PA
AHN Physician Recruitment
Allegheny Health Network (AHN) is actively recruiting a Faculty Member for the Family Medicine Residency Program at Forbes Hospital in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.
  • Providing an active role in teaching and clinical practice.
  • Full spectrum Faculty duties including OB (prenatal care and deliveries)
  • Participate in formal didactic and scholarly activity
  • A Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy, and be board-certified.
  • Additional experience in health care education or GME is preferred but not required.
  • Licensed in the state of Pennsylvania prior to employment
  • DEA and CPR Certification required prior to employment

UPMC Central PA is seeking full-time Family Medicine Physicians to join our growing primary care team and play an integral role in helping to provide high-quality, compassionate care to all patients in our community. UPMC Central Pa offers a variety of primary care practice sizes and locations while at the same time maintaining a reliable practice infrastructure. These setting choices include both urban and rural options available throughout our 10-county service area.

About the Position:
  • Provides direct primary care within the office setting
  • Minimal Call- On-call coverage is mostly phone coverage, shared equally with partners. Most sites utilize the Nurse Advice Line (triage team handling/filtering initial calls)
  • Collaborates with and supervises Advanced Practice Providers
  • Epic EMR, online diagnostics including PACS imaging and laboratory results.


UPMC Central Pa is seeking a full-time Core Faculty member to join our Family Medicine
Residency Program in Lancaster County, Pa. The Family Medicine Residency is a three-year
community-based program, located in the College Avenue Family Medicine office, a newly
renovated suite within the Medical Arts Building, in Lancaster. Residency core rotations are
based out of UPMC Lititz hospital. Our program maintains Osteopathic recognition, is approved
to train 12 residents, and offers the highest quality clinical and academic training.
For more than a decade, 100% of UPMC Central Pa residents have passed their boards with
scores that exceed the national average. Our faculty members are dedicated to teaching and
creating a collaborative environment that encourages resident and physician peer relationships to
enhance clinical competency.

Required Qualifications:
  • Family Medicine Board Certification (AOBFP or ABFM)
  • Graduate of an accredited School of Medicine - Osteopathic or Allopathic
  • Completion of an accredited Family Medicine Residency
  • Possess or able to obtain an unrestricted Pennsylvania Medical License
  • Prenatal care (recent)
  • Qualified physician to assist with Osteopathic Recognition requirements including OMT
  • MAT waiver or willing to obtain within the first 90 days

The Department of Family & Community Medicine at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is currently recruiting for the following rewarding Faculty opportunities:

Family Medicine Physicians for faculty opportunities in Hershey/Harrisburg, PA

Faculty in these positions may participate in resident and medical student education and have opportunities for research and scholarship. The clinical opportunities include both outpatient and inpatient experiences tailored to the applicant’s professional interests.

Core Faculty Family Medicine Residency Physician-Reading, PA

Faculty in this position will join our team as a member in our 6-6-6 Family and Community Medicine program at Penn State Health St. Joseph in Berks County, PA. Priority will be given to candidates interested in inpatient medicine or obstetrical services. Duties include teaching, mentoring, advising, and supervising residents; engaging in scholarly activity; and providing patient care. Read More


We are recruiting physicians and other doctoral level aspiring clinical researchers for a HRSA funded T32 primary care research fellowship Addressing Community Health Needs, Eliminating Disparities. The position starts July 1, 2022.

Eligible candidates for this research fellowship must have an MD, DO, PhD or other equivalent doctoral degree and plan to become independent primary care researchers.

During the fellowship, fellows’ research can span primary care-relevant topics, with primary focus on substance use, mental health, and related disorders, and health disparities. Fellows participate in an actively mentored, individualized training program involving coursework, interactive seminars, and hands-on research experience, with an interdisciplinary, team-oriented approach toward translational science. Clinician-fellows may supplement research activity with clinical work.

Fellowship faculty are experienced mentors and successful researchers with mature portfolios from across Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State Health. Candidates with a background in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Pediatrics are strongly encouraged to apply. Read More
Position - Faculty Physician, Family Medicine
Job Location - NJ-Summit
Position Type – Full time
Medical Group - Overlook Family Medicine Residency Program

Atlantic Medical Group is seeking a Faculty Physician, to join our team at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ. Working with Atlantic Health System, physicians receive:

      Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package
      CME reimbursement
      Fantastic location; just a short drive to NYC, the Jersey Shore, & Philadelphia

The Physician shall work in partnership with the other faculty members to provide an educational
environment for the residents. This shall include, but not be limited to, preparing and presenting
didactic lectures, curriculum development and oversight, participating in faculty meetings, residency
committees and resident advisor responsibilities including evaluations.

Physician will spend approximately 50% of their time delivering inpatient care on the Overlook Family
Medicine residency teaching service.

Physician will spend approximately 50% of their time in the outpatient setting (precepting residents,
teaching medical students, SAR rounding).

Board certification (ACOFP or ABFM) with minimum of 2 years post residency experience. The candidate should have experience in hospital-based medicine, geriatrics and/or hospice/palliative care. Sub-acute rehab (SAR) experience is also preferred.