Rush University Medical Center is seeking additional Internal Medicine and Family Medicine physicians to join their outpatient clinics in the heart of downtown Chicago and Greater Chicagoland Area.
Responsibilities will include direct patient care and involvement with teaching of medical students and residents. These positions provide opportunities for career and academic growth and leadership development. Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and an academic appointment commensurate with experience are available.
The Division of Internal Medicine at Rush University Medical Center is academically active and growing. There are over 50 full-time faculty members who do research and provide a considerable amount of education to medical graduates, medical students and other health care trainees. We provide care at over 10 clinical sites across Chicago and its western suburbs including the recent openings of the South Loop and Oak Brook practices. We are constantly trying to expand our academic, educational and clinical footprint and eagerly collaborate within and outside of Rush Medical College.
The Department of Family Medicine at Rush has a well-established, diverse group with recognized specialty care relationships and office patterns. The team’s practice provides comprehensive medical care to patients of all ages and all stages of health including prevention, patient education, chronic disease self-management, and acute medical care. Physicians share 1:6 after-hours call and inpatient rounding responsibilities, maintain outpatient clinical practice, and teach Rush University medical students.
Rush’s South Loop clinic, located on Michigan Avenue at 14th Street, provides primary and specialty care services, and opened in Fall 2018. The 55,000-square-foot facility features an innovative exam room and work space layout, full imaging capabilities and a demonstration kitchen, among other features designed to enhance the patient and provider experience.
Rush’s Lincoln Park clinic, located at 2835 N Sheffield Ave, provides primary and specialty care services. The office boasts a neighborhood connection providing expert care to meet patient needs, lifestyle, and beliefs. The space is ideal for collaborating providers and staff and offers onsite full-service laboratory to meet patient needs.
Rush’s main campus locations provides primary care services with the opportunity to teach medical students and residents.
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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