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Academic Ambulatory Care Clinician Educator

The Ambulatory Medicine group at the Madsen Health Center and University Hospital are currently seeing ambulatory primary care faculty members for positions that combine patient care and resident and student teaching.

Join our team and enjoy many unique benefits:

  • Manage a diverse array of complex patients at an academic medical center drawing from a five-stage region of the Mountain West

  • Work at one of our three multi-disciplinary clinical settings with supportive care teams

  • Contribute to resident and medical student education in a variety of formats

  • Join a fun, well-respected, low-turnover group with a long track record of professional development resulting in a wide variety of important institutional leadership positions

  • Take advantage of extensive mentoring and opportunities to participate in QI and scholarship on the local, regional, and national levels

  • Opportunities to interact and exchange in community-based projects in diverse, growing, urban and rural settings

Contact Dr. Anne Cioletti, Associate Chief of Ambulatory Care, with questions and/or CVs:

Academic Hospitalist

The University of Utah Internal Medicine Hospitalist group is a stable and growing group that is currently seeing to hire Academic Hospitalist. We are passionate about teaching and about the hospitalist career.

Job highlights include:

  • Large majority of clinical duties are on teaching services
  • Career possibilites within the group (including teaching, leadership/administration, palliative care, thrombosis, quality improvement, research and informatics) allow the individual to shape their career based on personal interests and goals
  • Organized educationcal and mentoring programs within the group focused on career development
  • Reasonable and flexible schedule with very competitive compensation

To learn more:

Candidates should forward letter of interest and CV to Nathan Wanner, MD at

Academic Clinician Investigator

The Division of General Internal Medicine Research Program is recruiting 3 FTE, as clinician-investigators or investigators, for appointment. Our division is building a robust, multi-faceted research program. Currently, the Division of General Internal Medicine has a history of clinical research in thrombosis, lifestyle interventions, hypertension, and women's health and has also been an institutional leader in quality-improvement and value-driven outcomes projects. Candidates should be interested in establishing and independent research program that builds on the strengths of the Division and adds new dimensions to our current portfolio.

To learn more:

Candidates should forward a letter of interest and CV to Molly Conroy, MD at and Enrique Gonzalez at


The University of Utah is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.