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The University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Division of General Internal Medicine, seeks exceptional physician candidates with superior clinical and academic skills to be part of our growing hospitalist section. Physicians will oversee the care provided to a diverse patient population at our two major affiliated hospital systems.
Clinical responsibilities will include direct patient care as well as teaching and supervision of residents and medical students. Assignment to traditional teaching services will be based on exceptional teaching skills.
Opportunities for leadership and research are available.
Both hospital sites qualify for loan forgiveness programs.
• MD degree required
• Board Certified/Board Eligible in Internal Medicine or Board Certified/Board Eligible in Family Medicine
• Ability to obtain a medical professional license in the State of NY
• Ability to obtain a DEA with full prescriptive authority needed for specific practice
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
A major anchor of UB’s downtown presence, the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (JSMBS) opened on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in the Fall 2017. One of the signature gestures of the Comprehensive Plan is the realization of the Downtown Campus as a new home for the Health Sciences schools.
The goal is to bring together the three components of medical education, bio-medical research and patient care into one physical location in Western New York, the creation of a true Academic Medical Campus. This integrated program will place emphasis on patient outcomes, foster advancements in medical education and will provide the setting for new breakthroughs in medical research. The JSMBS is poised to grow in student enrollment, faculty and staff. With a new home to facilitate its ambitious plans for the future, the School will continue to be a flagship institution for the University at Buffalo.
The new JSMBS is being designed with the following priorities in mind:
• Create a “front door” to UB, JSMBS and the entire BNMC
• Emphasis on student learning environment both formal and informal
• Emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration among departments
• Create an environment, which supports high-level funded research
UB is dedicated to design excellence of the built environment and is committed to ensuring that the building meets sustainability goals and positively contribute to the campus experience. The new Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences will be a signature building for the Downtown Campus and the entire University. The architecture of the new building will represent the university’s aspirations for the Downtown Campus to be a world class Health Sciences Campus.
Buffalo New York
Buffalo is the second largest city in the state with a population of approximately 1.3 million in the surrounding metropolitan area. Residents of Western New York enjoy the cosmopolitan lifestyle of cities such as Buffalo and Niagara Falls, combined with the small town character of quaint communities nestled into the surrounding countryside. In addition, just across the Peace Bridge from downtown Buffalo, Canada brings an international flair to the area, including the excitement of Toronto, a mere 90 minutes away. With housing costs among the lowest in the Northeast, Forbes has named Buffalo as one of the most affordable housing markets in the country. The city is proud of its outstanding quality of life, fine schools, excellent healthcare and a wide variety of housing choices. Perfect for families, Buffalo boasts a strong education system and low cost of living. Buffalo was named by American Style Magazine as the No. 1 mid-size city in the US and was ranked 42 out of 100 best places to live.
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