Academic General Internal Medicine - International FocusJob ID 190086BR Date posted 04/05/2023
- Rochester, MN
- Full Time
- General Internal Medicine
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Mayo Clinic is seeking a full-time Internal Medicine physician to build a clinical and research career with a focus in International Medicine with the Division of General Internal Medicine in Rochester, MN.
As an International Medicine physician at Mayo Clinic, you’ll care for patients from nearly 150 countries across the world who come with a variety of health conditions. You’ll serve as these patients’ coordinating provider, connecting them with needed specialists and testing, and ensuring they return home with a comprehensive care plan. You’ll work in partnership with colleagues who specialize in caring for patients from outside the United States, including nursing, patient coordinators, and interpreters – all focused on putting the needs of the patient first
In addition to an unparalleled patient care experience, other advantages include:
- Professional development opportunities to enhance skills in medical education, research, and administration.
- Patient schedule allows adequate time for rewarding patient-care interactions.
- Access to prompt consults from world-renowned subspecialists, laboratory and radiology experts.
- A collegial atmosphere and ample support from allied health professionals to enhance the practice experience
The Division of General Internal Medicine is one of the largest academic general internal medicine divisions in the nation providing consultative and referral care to a rich patient mix involving regional, national, and international patients.
A career at Mayo Clinic offers:
Connections with world-renowned subspecialists,laboratory and radiology experts to solve complex medical challenges.
• Leadership and teaching opportunities.
• A team-focused approach to patient care.
• A highly competitive compensation package
• Comprehensive benefits, including relocation assistance and generous vacation time.
• Mayo Clinic funded pension and 403(b) with match.
• Funded CME and travel days
• Mayo Clinic malpractice coverage
Qualified candidates should be board-certified/board-eligible in internal medicine with a desire for scholarly activity. Preference will be given to those candidates with additional year(s) of training in advanced General Internal Medicine (Chief Residency or fellowship) or internal medicine practice experience. Research training through fellowship or a Master’s Degree program is desirable, but not a prerequisite for application.
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