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Duke’s Department of Family Medicine and Community Health is seeking a full-time, board-certified family physician (MD or DO) to join a thriving and highly innovative faculty practice which is testing new models of care and innovations in education and research. The physician will see a diverse population of patients and provide direct clinical care in addition to teaching residents and students, and participating in care redesign and engagement in research. Ideal applicants would have experience in a teaching family medicine practice that includes physician assistants, nurse midwives and/or nurse practitioners. Preference will be given to candidates with an expressed interest, experience and/or credentials in centering prenatal care and labor and delivery/full term nursery care. Currently, our Family Medicine/OB’s have privileges to first assist C-Sections.
The Duke Family Medicine Division is dedicated to improving the health of populations and communities in Durham and surrounding counties. As one of the first certified Patient Centered Medical Homes in the US, and one of the development sites for the early concepts, the Division houses the Duke Family Medicine Center, the Family Medicine Residency Program, the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, family medicine student programs, and faculty development programs. The Division is involved in many initiatives with other Departments, Divisions, and units within Duke Medicine, including Duke Primary Care, the Physician Assistant and Physical Therapy Programs, the Primary Care Leadership Track of the School of Medicine.
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