Career Opportunities

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

Hiring family physicians who want to make health equity the reality.

We are committed to excellence, health equity, exceptional patient care, education, and scholarship. We are looking to expand our faculty. Join an innovative, dedicated, and inspiring group of colleagues in vibrant Boston – a great place to practice, teach, live, and learn together.

How to Apply:

Send CV & Cover Letter to: Courtney Urick, Administrative Director

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 Physicians-Especially those who do office-based procedures and/or practice POCUS
  • FM-OB Physicians – Our Maternal Child Health team provides holistic, patient-centered care at a tertiary care center serving a diverse safety net patient population.  We have a unique collaborative model of care, partnering with our colleagues in OB-GYN, midwifery, and pediatrics.  Preference will be given to experienced surgical FM-OB candidates.
  • FM Hospital Medicine Providers –  Seeking both full-scope FM and FM hospitalist to work full- or part-time providing holistic, patient-centered care at a high acuity tertiary care center that serves a diverse safety net patient population. We have an academic teaching service and direct care roles, including days evening, and overnight.
  • Sports Medicine – Seeking a family medicine provider with Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine to provide sports medicine care for patients at Melnea Cass (BMC’s primary family medicine site) and Manet Community Health Center in North Quincy. Flexibility to provide some primary care at Melnea Cass if desired.
  •  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
  • FM Researchers – Join our growing group of clinician-researcher in an environment that supports scholarship. Our hospital just added a Chief Science Officer and Boston University has a robust CTSI.