To provide the vision and leadership necessary for the Department of Family Medicine to deliver exemplary primary care, to educate and train medical students and residents, to build strong strategic engagements with community partners, and to develop new research and practice initiatives.
1. MD or DO degree from an accredited school
2. Board Certification in Family Medicine
3. Eligibility for Ohio Licensure
4. Eligibility for medical liability coverage through Wright State Physicians, Inc.
5. Eligibility for appointment as Associate or Full Professor in the Boonshoft School of Medicine
6. Candidate must be a strong advocate for Family Medicine locally, regionally, and nationally.
7. Candidate must possess excellent interpersonal skills, strategic, financial, community and government relations skills, and fundraising skills.
Longevity of at least five years in the applicant’s current institution or organization is highly desirable.
Essential Functions and percent of time:
1. Overall administrative leadership of the Department of Family Medicine (20%)
2. Oversight of the provision of education and training for medical students, residents, and community physicians (15%)
3. Clinical care in the field of Family Medicine (10%)
4. Oversight of research and practice innovation (15%)
5. Liaison with multiple hospitals, health care organizations, and community groups, organizations, and agencies to coordinate and expand family medicine services (20%)
6. Recruitment and mentoring of faculty members in the Department of Family Medicine (20%)
Essential Functions and percent of time (cont'd):
Non-Essential Functions and percent of time:
Wright State University - 17 months ago