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ADFM Sponsors

University of Alabama at Birmingham Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine 

The Department of Family and Community Medicine in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine is a recognized leader in clinical care, premedical education, practice-based

research and student health services. Faculty members and physicians practice across three family medicine

clinics in Birmingham and in the UAB Sports & Exercise Medicine program, which provides medical

coverage for 18 professional, collegiate and youth sports organizations. Numerous partnerships and

a network of more than 80 preceptors extend the department’s work throughout Alabama. 

The department offers robust educational programs, including the innovative Comprehensive Urban Underserved and Rural Experience (CU2RE) program designed to recruit, train and retain medical students dedicated to serving in medically underserved urban and rural areas of Alabama. CU2RE is supported by a four-year, $7 million HRSA grant and received more than $10 million in supplemental funding in 2021 and 2022. 

The department also houses the Alabama Practice-Based Research Network (APBRN), which helps integrate cutting-edge research into primary care across Alabama, and the Alabama Statewide Area Health Education Centers (AHEC), an organization committed to expanding the health care workforce of Alabama, particularly in underserved communities. 

This program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $7 million with 10% financed with nongovernmental sources. The contents are those of  the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.

UBMD Family Medicine 

UBMD Family Medicine began in Western New York in 1969 and has evolved into a multi-site group that sees over 100,000 visits per year. Our group currently runs four primary care medical offices, a specialty Addiction Medicine office, staffs a hospital-run office, and follows patients in local hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities. 

As an academic practice, our senior physicians are all board-certified family physicians and faculty in the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Department of Family Medicine. In addition to providing health care at our offices, our physicians teach and supervise family medicine residents, medical students, nurses, and other health professionals. Many faculty and staff members are also heavily involved in medical research striving to continuously improve health care to our community. 

UBMD Family Medicine is nationally recognized as a model of patient-centered health care. We are dedicated to continuously improving our care through tracking the quality of our care, implementing new models of team approaches to care, pro-active planned care of chronic diseases, increased collaboration and communication with engaged patients, community networking, and use of new technologies as they become available. 

Based in the Department of Family Medicine, the Primary Care Research Institute (PCRI) brings together clinicians, health services researchers and other experts to address the common but complex issues surrounding contemporary health care. Our transdisciplinary institute pursues a dynamic agenda of clinical and health services research designed to benefit patients, inform policy, and enhance health systems. Over more than two decades, the PCRI has been recognized as a leader in primary care research whose projects have both local and national impact. 

UBMD Family Medicine is part of UBMD Physicians’ Group, the single largest medical 

group in Western New York.


University of Kentucky Department of Family & Community Medicine 

The University of Kentucky Department of Family & Community Medicine (DFCM) seeks qualified family

physicians to join our Lexington, Georgetown, and Hazard Locations. The UK DFCM has a 6/6/6 famil

 medicine residency program in Lexington, Kentucky. DFCM also has additional primary care practices

in Georgetown, as well as an independent 4/4/4 rural family medicine residency program in Hazard

and Hindman, Kentucky. Our Lexington faculty teach residents in outpatient and inpatient settings and participate in all four years of medical student education, including a required clerkship in Family Medicine. Our Georgetown faculty are given the option to participate in all four years of medical student education, including the required clerkship in Family Medicine. Faculty physicians who practice non-surgical obstetrics oversee prenatal care and deliveries of residents’ continuity patients at Albert Chandler Hospital, UK HealthCare. 

With several clinics in the state, we serve as leaders at UK HealthCare, a $1.67 billion health system, in its primary care delivery strategy by implementing value-based clinical redesign and population medicine programs. We have aligned our clinical approach to enhance value-based quality measures through pre-visit planning, comprehensive nurse assessment, and UK HealthCare Population Health team involving social workers, community health workers, and RN care managers. We are a national leader in transitional care management and its impact on unnecessary hospital readmissions. Our department’s clinical volume includes over 100,00 annual visits and over 2,500 hospital discharges across our 5 current clinics and 2 hospital services. 

We offer competitive compensation based on rank and experience and an excellent benefits package that includes health, dental and life insurance; disability and malpractice insurance; a generous retirement plan; continuing education; paid time off and more. 

Please include a CV and cover letter along with application. Applications will be reviewed immediately, and will continue until the positions are filled. 

See yourself what makes UK one great place to work! If offered this position, you will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and undergo a background check as mandated by University of Kentucky Human Resources. 


Contact Us: Phone: 859-323-5162 Website:

UNC School of Medicine 

The UNC Faculty Development Fellowship is a part-time non-clinical fellowship that includes 6 intensive weeks in Chapel Hill, NC spread out over one year with virtual learning and collaborative group work done in between. It is designed for early career faculty members with 3-5 years’ experience who would like to advance their careers in the areas of teaching, scholarly work, quality improvement and leadership. 

The Faculty Development Fellowship at UNC has been running successfully for over 40 years and has graduated over 600 physicians, many of whom have gone on to be Residency Directors, Department Chairs, Deans, and leaders of national organizations. 


Each year, UNC accepts up to 21 fellows; approximately one third are from military settings, one third from academic institutions, and one third from community-based teaching practices. It is 

tuition based and GI Bill benefits can be used to pay for participation. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Information and application instructions can be found at

Penn State College of Medicine 

HRSA T32 Primary Care Research Fellowship: Addressing Community Health Needs, Eliminating Disparities: 

Our T-32 Primary Care Research Fellowship in the Department of Family and Community Medicine is recruiting for July 1, 2023, and looking forward to July 1 2024. We provide career training towards academic medicine with research independence. Eligible candidates include MDs, DOs, PhDs and other doctoral level trained individuals with research interest in primary care. 

Fellows participate in actively-mentored, individualized training involving coursework, research, and seminars using an interdisciplinary, team-oriented, translational approach. We have been particularly successful in matching fellows with content-specific faculty mentorship. Faculty are experienced mentors and successful researchers with mature portfolios. Fellows’ research can span primary care-relevant topics; we also have a focus on substance use, mental health, and related disorders, and health disparities. The fellowship community is supportive, and leverages peer- and near-pear learners to create a positive learning environment. To learn more visit or email 

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applications without regards to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you are unable to use our online application due to impairment or disability, please contact 


HR Services at 814.865.1473. Employment with the University will require successful completion of background check(s) in accordance with University policies.

University of Rochester Department of Family Medicin


Our Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship has over 30 years of successfully training

family medicine fellows, who can customize their educational program, for academic careers with a

focus on health equity. Many of our graduates have become leaders in academic family medicine. 

Interested candidates, contact Holly Ann Russell, MD, MS, Faculty Development Fellowship Program Director at 


The Department of Family Medicine has a well-established and continuously funded research program. Among its goals are to promote health equity, eliminate healthcare disparities, and improve communication in healthcare. Our research is interdisciplinary and inter-professional, collaborating closely with faculty from many UR schools, departments and centers, including our Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the new Office of Health Equity Research. 

We welcome candidates whose experience will further our commitment to diversity and excellence. Contact Colleen T. Fogarty, MD, MSc, Chair of UR Department of Family Medicine at

University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine 

The Robert Larner, M.D., College of Medicine (LCOM) at the University of Vermont (UVM)

seeks an accomplished and collaborative physician leader with a record of significant

contributions in academic family medicine and proven effectiveness in achieving excellence in

diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts to serve as the next Chair of Family Medicine. The

incoming Chair will also serve as the Chair of Family Medicine for the UVM Health Network,

which provides clinical services across Vermont and Northern New York. The new Chair will hold the Morris Goldman '29, MD '32 Professor of Family Medicine named endowment. 

The LCOM works closely with the only tertiary academic medical center in Vermont, the University of Vermont Medical Center (UVMMC). Together, they offer leading-edge clinical, research, and educational programs. The UVM Health Network, a health system with six hospitals, a large multispecialty physician group, outpatient clinics, home health, and hospice, serves the population of Vermont as well as the northern New York region. 

Reporting jointly to the LCOM Dean, and the President & CEO of the UVM Health Network Medical Group, the ideal candidate will be a nationally-recognized physician leader and scholar in family medicine, with a proven commitment to clinical care, medical education, provider training, and research, with experience in diversity, equity, and inclusion and value-based care. They will have the knowledge and ability to effectively lead physicians and other health professionals, researchers, and educators while embracing the values of quality and financial sustainability. 

The successful candidate will bring a strong track record of leadership and successful mentorship of diverse faculty at all stages of career development along with a demonstrated understanding of sponsored research and a desire to expand the research portfolio of the Department. Candidates must have the leadership experience required to oversee a busy clinical department across the UVM Health Network. Integrity, intellect, the ability to work collaboratively with numerous stakeholders, a core value of inclusive and equitable leadership, and a vision of how a modern academic department of family medicine thrives in an age of health reform and high-value care are essential. 

Qualified candidates must hold an MD or equivalent medical degree; be board certified in Family Medicine and eligible for medical licensure in Vermont; and have credentials appropriate for an appointment at the rank of associate professor or professor (clinical scholar or tenure pathway) at UVM. Proven and substantial leadership experience is required, as is being a collaborative and inclusive leader. Experience in health equity and advanced value-based care markets will be advantageous. 

Several department members, including current chair ThomasPeterson, MD, are present and 

available at the ADFM Annual Conference to provide additional information. Please direct all nominations and resumes to Kimberly Smith, Linda Komnick, and Tricia Porter, preferably via e-mail, to

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine 

We are expanding the faculty for both of our Family Medicine residency programs. We seek faculty who

love teaching, serving the needs of the community, lake living, 4 seasons and affordable housing to join

our team. We look to support innovative individuals to expand our programs in OB, street medicine,

osteopathic care, functional medicine, substance use care, medically managed weight loss, transgender

care, sports, palliative, and skin care or bring your own unique set of skills to the team. One

opportunity is with OB in Kalamazoo and the other is OB optional in Battle Creek, Michigan. 

About Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine 

WMed is fully accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education and the Higher Learning Commission. The medical school offers a comprehensive, innovative four-year Doctor of Medicine degree program, 10 residencies and 5 fellowships accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. 

WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer of females, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans, and actively strives to increase diversity within its community. We provide a drug and tobacco-free workplace. 

Questions and inquiries can be directed to Dr. Daniel Stulberg, Department Chair at; qualified applicants should apply online at: %29/job or Website:

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