Locum Clinical Preceptor/Major Clinical - Family Medicine Locum Tenens Job2 years ago Doctor / Physician Calgary 82 views
Locum Tenens for primarily at the South Health Campus Family Medicine Teaching Clinic from Aug 25, 2021 to Dec 3, 2021.
Clinical Teaching and Service Responsibilities:
- Provide medical services to the patients of the Department of Family Medicine (DFM) Academic Teaching Clinics
- Provide clinical teaching and assessment to medical students, clerks, residents and Alberta International Graduate (AIMG) Program Externs
- Provide task and patient coverage for colleagues as necessary; to provide continuity in time of need, flexibility to perform additional clinics may be requested
- When appropriate, participate in after-hours lab coverage, MD24 and evening clinics
- Participate in the Alberta Triplicate Prescription Program
- Contribute to quality improvement initiatives and clinical program development
- Attend meetings such as clinical operations meeting, academic business meeting, and clinical team meetings when available
- Participate in relevant education activities
- Participate in Interprofessional Education
- AHS Privileges through a Medical Staff appointment with the Section of Community Primary Care of the Department of Family Medicine
- Academic Appointment with the Department of Family Medicine
- Clinical teaching experience is considered an asset
- Certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CCFP)
- Must read, write and speak English.
- All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and Permanent Residents will be given priority.
We thank all applicants for their interest, only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.
Fee For Service
Applicants are to submit three letters of reference and curriculum vitae (in pdf format) to email@example.com
General Practitioners and Family Physicians are licensed health care professionals and are educated in the general practice, with opportunities to focus their practice in specialized areas.
Specialist physicians are trained and certified to provide patient care within a specific discipline. They also act as consultants to other physicians; perform surgery and supervise surgical procedures; and may conduct research on the nature, cause and development of diseases.