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FAMILY MEDICINE FACULTY POSITION
The Lincoln Family Medicine Residency Program of the Lincoln Medical Education Partnership is looking for a Board Certified Family Medicine physician interested in becoming a full-time faculty member. No previous faculty experience is necessary, simply a desire to teach. Compensation and benefits are very competitive. Workload, call schedule, and hours are also very reasonable.
We are a highly competitive community-based 8-8-8 program affiliated with the University of Nebraska Medical Center. We house a full-service family medicine clinic and behavioral health center.
Teaching duties include supervising resident physicians in the delivery of the full range of family medicine services.
If you have an interest in academic medicine, send or email your CV to our HR director, Kathy Harper to the address below:
Lincoln Medical Education Partnership
Attn: Kathy Harper
4600 Valley Road, Lincoln, NE. 68510
The Lincoln Medical Education Partnership is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
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