Thank you for your interest in Penn Division of Hospital Medicine’s Penn Medicine Clinician (PMC) position with Clinical track appointment.
Penn Medicine Clinicians are staff physicians with academic appointments commensurate with experience. The focus of this position is clinical excellence and the successful candidate will demonstrate a deep commitment to a clinically focused career. Penn Medicine Clinicians are expected to develop into clinical leaders at their practice sites with abundant opportunities to develop clinical expertise with a variety of specific conditions and populations. In addition, 5% of clinical effort is allocated to educational and academic work at Penn Medicine hospitals.
A successful applicant to PMC positions must have completed an internal medicine residency, have strong references that can attest to clinical skills and professionalism, seeks to practice advanced medicine in a complex environment and to is eager to benefit from Penn’s robust mentorship and faculty development programs. Further opportunities in quality/process improvement, informatics, medical education, and health care innovation are also available, however a PMC is not required to have a specific academic area of concentration. Given Penn Medicine’s constantly expanding clinical endeavors, a growing number of physicians in our Division and Penn Medicine are PMCs with Clinical track appointments at all ranks (Assistant, Associate and Full Professor).
PMC hospitalists will typically work 15-17 day shifts a month on a mix of services including frontline/collaborative care, consults/comanagement and start with 4-6 weeks of time with housestaff. Non-clinical days are flexible for professional development. All PMCs are assigned mentors.
We hope you will consider applying and look forward to hearing from you!
Emmanuel King, MD, FACP, SFHM