Western Michigan University School of Medicine is seeking a board-certified/board-eligible Endocrinologist to join their Department of Internal Medicine.
This outstanding opportunity offers qualified physicians the opportunity for a busy Endocrinology practice within an academic environment. Interested applicants for this clinician educator role should be passionate about the education of medical students and residents. Research can also be supported and is actively encouraged within the institution.
Western Michigan University, Borgess Health and Bronson Healthcare have joined forces to create a four-year medical school in Southwest Michigan. Kalamazoo has hosted residents, fellows, and third- and fourth-year medical students for more than 30 years and will welcome its first medical school class in 2014. You will join more than 60 physician faculty members and nearly 500 community clinical faculty members who teach over 200 resident physicians and 50 medical students each year. As you further your career with Western Michigan University, you'll have the unique opportunity to get in on the ground floor of an exciting new medical education endeavor!
Western Michigan University School of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Kalamazoo is conveniently located halfway between Chicago and Detroit. Residents of this mid-size community enjoy the amenities of a larger city along with the easy, low cost of living in Kalamazoo. One phenomenal benefit of calling Kalamazoo home is the school system which provides paid college tuition at any Michigan public college or university to qualifying high school students. Recreation is also abundant with Lake Michigan less than an hour away and many championship golf courses in the area.