Career Opportunities

The Boston University Department of Family Medicine is growing. We seek talented, compassionate and innovative people to join us.

Open faculty positions involve the full spectrum of family medicine including prenatal care, children and young families, elderly and frail elderly, and office-based procedures. All faculty have appointments at Boston University School of Medicine and opportunities to teach. Each practice is involved in primary care redesign and the patient centered medical home. There is potential to practice obstetrics and inpatient medicine, but neither are required.  We continue to seek an increasingly diverse faculty to meet the needs our patients and particularly seek those from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Candidates fluent in Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Portuguese Creole are highly desired.

How to Apply:

Send CV to: Ted Constan, Administrative Director
Fax: 617-414-3345

We offer competitive salary, excellent benefits and faculty appointments at BUSM with ample opportunities to teach medical students, residents and fellows. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Open Positions & Job Descriptions:

  • Family Medicine Primary Care-We are seeking energetic family physicians for growing, dynamic practices in diverse academic and CHC settings. Leadership positions available. Our practices offer full-spectrum family medicine in well-supported PCMH settings with ambulatory and inpatient opportunities, complimented by integrated EPIC EHR.
  • Family Physicians with Surgical Fellowship Training in Maternal Child Health/Obstetrics – Work with family physicians, midwives, and obstetricians in our state-of-the-art collaborative model of maternity care.
  • Family Medicine Hospital Medicine – Our teams care for a diverse census of high acuity general medicine patients including medical stepdown level.  You have access to a wide variety of inhouse consulting services and the opportunity to perform common inpatient procedures Positions as direct care hospitalist and attending on resident teaching service are available part time. Candidates must be willing to work a minimum number of evenings and/or overnights shifts.
  •   Academic Fellows- Fellows do a mix of clinical work at BU Medical Center and independent research while earning their Masters of Science degree at BU School of Public Health. In collaboration with General Internal Medicine and General Pediatrics, we train approximately 15 fellows per year. Our graduates have successfully obtained K awards that have led to major research funding, and productive careers in academic medicine, research, administration, public health, and medical education.
  • Chief Medical Officer at Mattapan Community Health Center- Click here to learn more.