Duke Seeks APD for Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program
Duke Pediatrics, in conjunction with the Department of Medicine, is in search of a dynamic educator to help lead our Med-Peds Residency Program in the role of Associate Program Director. Candidates should be board eligible or certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, and be able to demonstrate a history of educational leadership. Persons who identify as underrepresented in medicine are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Duke Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program has a long history of training successful residents who excel in clinical care, quality improvement, research, medical education, and advocacy. The APD works closely with the program director to support this mission.
Interested candidates should submit CV and Letter of Interest via https://pdc.dukehealth.org/physician-jobs
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