Thank you for your interest in Penn Hospital Medicine's Penn Medicine Clinican (PMC) positions.
Penn Medicine Clinicians are non-tenured faculty with a secondary academic appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor level and above, who focus primarily on clinical care but have opportunities to explore other areas such as quality, safety and education, including the possibility of pursuing leadership in these domains. Research is not required in this track and academic promotion is based on a faculty member's clinical excellence and professionalism.
A successful applicant to PMC positions must have completed an Internal Medicine or Family Medicine Residency, have strong references that can attest to clinical skills and professionalism, and seeks to practice full-time clinically in an academic environment, but is not required to have a specific academic area of concentration. A growing number of faculty are PMC at all ranks (Assistant, Associate and Full Professor).
PMC hospitalists will typically work 15-17 shifts a month on daytime frontline, collaborative care, consult and comanagement services, and up to 4-6 weeks of housestaff service. Non-clinical days are flexible for professional development. All faculty are assigned mentors in their area of interest.
We hope you will consider applying and look forward to hearing from you!
Emmanuel King, MD, SFHM, FACP
Director, Recruiting/On-Boarding, Penn Hospital Medicine
Professor of Clinical Medicine