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Support the Department of Family Medicine and its activities to include pre-clinical and clinical teaching, patient care in the Academic Health Centers, research/scholarly activities as required and called upon by the department chairperson, and college service (including, but not limited to, attendance at departmental and school-wide meetings, and on committees). Perform other duties as assigned.
D.O. degree from a school of osteopathic medicine. Completion of an AOA or ACGME- approved residency in Family Medicine. Board Certified in Family Medicine, New York State License, DEA # and hospital appointment/privileges (or pending application) for active medical staff privileges, and participation in medical insurance plans.
We offer a competitive benefits package, including tuition remission, along with a professional environment designed to enhance your career development.
NYIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity