Family Medicine Faculty Position - Western Suburbs of Chicago
Non-Faculty Physician | Rush Copley Medical Center | Family Medicine

The Rush Copley Family Medicine Residency Program seeks a full time, board certified family medicine faculty member to join our unopposed (4-4-4), fully accredited ACGME family medicine program affiliated with Rush University.

Our program is housed at Rush Copley Medical Center, a 210-bed community hospital located in Aurora, Illinois. Our Family Medicine Center emphasizes education and team-based care in partnership with our patients. Our learners are diverse in experience and background.  We teach residents, medical students, pharmacy students and pre-professional students. Our multidisciplinary care team includes a psychologist and an ambulatory care pharmacist.

We're looking for a candidate with strong interpersonal, teaching and inpatient/outpatient skills. Faculty inpatient call averages one week every 4.5 weeks with the residents. Previous academic experience and Spanish language skills are a plus, but not required. You’ll supervise residents in the clinical setting, oversee one or more core curriculum areas, as assigned by the Program Director, participates in program and curriculum quality improvement, complete quality improvement and scholarly activity to meet accreditation requirements to advance the science of family medicine and to serve as a role model for residents.  Candidate will also have the opportunity to Join the faculty of the Rush University Department of Family Medicine.

The position offers work-life balance, excellent academic ties and opportunities for curriculum development in the faculty’s area of interest.  Offering a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package including malpractice insurance. Position is available immediately. We are surrounded by excellent suburbs including Naperville, which ranked number one among the 228 cities rated for the Best Cities to Raise a Family in America and Cities with the Best Public Schools in America by   The area offers top-notch schools, shopping, dining and overall quality of life just 40 miles west of Chicago.

Interested candidates can contact for additional information.

Rush University Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or Protected Veteran status.

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Mandy Bolander
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