The Texas A&M University College of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position. The rank of apointment (Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, or Clinical Professor) will be determined by the candidate's credentials. The successful candidate will be appointed a faculty title within the Academic Department of Primary Care & Population Health. The Texas A&M University College of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents for a broad scope of practices that prepare them to practice in urban, suburban, and rural settings, or to consider a career in Academic Family Medicine. The responsibilities for the successful candidate include, but are not limited to, direct patient care; teaching clinical practice of Family Medicine to medical students and Family Medicine residents and fellows; supervision of residents and fellows in the Family Medicine Center, night and weekend call, and rotation with other faculty in the coverage of inpatient hospital services.
The area is a small city with extensive surrounding rural areas yet only 90 minutes from Austin or Houston. The university assures both cultural and sports entertainment and excellent schools and neighborhoods. Local healthcare infrastructure includes the College of Medicine, 3 general hospitals and over 400 clinicians of various medical specialties.