OU - TU School of Community Medicine
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
(on-site)
Spotlight Preferred
21 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Function
Medical

Description

The School of Community Medicine, Department of Medical Informatics is seeking full time faculty candidates.  The School of Community Medicine is an integrated track within the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine, offering quality medical education in Tulsa.  In addition to a 4-year medical student program the SCM has 7 residency programs, 5 fellowships, and a physician assistant program.  The OU Health Physicians multi-specialty practice offers a full range of care through inpatient and outpatient settings.  You can read more about the School of Community Medicine at https://bit.ly/ouscm.

We are currently looking for experienced candidates in the area of Medical Informatics. Primary responsibilities will include patient care, resident and student teaching, and participation in scholarly activities. Other responsibilities include teaching, maintaining active independent and collaborative research, and participating in professional service. Successful candidates will have exceptional opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary research across the OU-Tulsa campus, the Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) in Oklahoma City, as well as programs affiliated with the main OU campus in Norman.

The Department of Medical Informatics is a leader in clinical informatics and delivery system innovation at the health system, community, and national levels. The Department exemplifies OU’s mission of academic excellence, cultivates a rich research environment, and delivers care and expertise to the community. The Department sponsors OU’s largest translational research projects and implements health IT interventions affecting nearly all individuals within the state. The Department led the development of and is providing ongoing support for the region’s largest Health Information Exchange, which facilitates the coordination of care for more than 3.5 million individuals. Department faculty are regularly consulted in the development of state and national policy regarding health IT, interoperability, information exchange, the use of data to improve population health and efficiencies in healthcare, and value-based payment models. A competitive salary and an excellent benefits package are offered.

Applicants must hold an MD, DO, PhD, or equivalent doctoral degree.  Clinical providers must be eligible to obtain a license to practice in Oklahoma, and eligible for credentialing under OU Health Physicians as well as area medical facilities. Teaching experience, evidence of independent and collaborative research, and a commitment to service in the community are highly desirable.

Tulsa is situated in northeast Oklahoma, a beautiful region of the state known as Green Country.   The metropolitan area boasts a low cost of living as well as a lively music scene, world-renowned art museums, ballet, outstanding entertainment venues.  Tulsa is also home to USA Today’s Best City Park, a unique recreation area known as the Gathering Place, located along the Arkansas River.

Interested applicants should apply online at: https://apply.interfolio.com/103343

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center seeks to recruit and retain a diverse community of health professionals and scholars.  We seek a community with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, and we provide equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, political beliefs, national origin, age (40 or older), sex (see Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination) sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or veteran status.



Job ID: 72900913

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