Assistant Professor | Int Med-Rheumatology
Job Title: Assistant Professor
Job ID: 1431
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Category: FAC
MD/DO - Rheumatology Fellowship Training
Successful record of clinical and service excellence, and interest in graduate medical education (clinical research interest a plus, but not required)
North Carolina licensure or eligible
Rank commensurate with credentials and experience
This position offers an exciting opportunity to establish a stimulating clinical practice in Rheumatology. Depending on interest, the candidate may also play a key role in medical student, resident, and fellow teaching and/or participate in our active research programs. The selected candidate will join an esteemed team of professionals at our Clemmons Clinic in Clemmons, NC 15 minutes West from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
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