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Aspirus Family Medicine Residency, Program Director & Faculty Opportunities, Wausau, WI

SIU Alton Family Medicine Residency Program Residency Core Faculty (1) and Associate Program Director (1).  Applications with position descriptions are available through SIU-SOM’s HireTouch

University of Minnesota St. John's and St. Joseph's hospitals currently have open positions for an Assistant Professor. Apply here 

Innovative Correctional Health Care. Positions include:

Carle Physician Group is seeking additional BE/BC Family Medicine physicians to join our locations throughout the Central and Southern Illinois regions.

Practice locations Include: Champaign-Urbana, Danville, Monticello, Bloomington-Normal, Tuscola, Hoopeston, Olney, and Mattoon

  • Flexible scheduling to support a better work/life balance
  • Competitive compensation and excellent benefits package: health/dental/life insurance, 403-B plan with employer match, LTD, relocation allowance, CME allowance, and paid malpractice insurance with 100% tail insurance covered
  • Our physicians have the opportunity for academic and/or research affiliation with the Carle Illinois College of Medicine, a partnership between Carle and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Teaching opportunities are also available through our AOA/ACGME-Accredited Family Medicine Residency Programs at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, IL and Carle BroMenn Medical Center in Normal, IL. Click here for full position details for each opening.  Carle is a not-for-profit integrated network of healthcare services that also includes Carle Foundation Hospital; a quality focused and nationally ranked 433-bed regional hospital that is a Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center, Level I Trauma Center, and offers Level III Perinatal services