UCSF Fresno and Central California Faculty Medical Group (CCFMG) are currently recruiting for academic faculty in Genetic Medicine. The responsibilities include teaching residents and students, and providing specialty care to adult and pediatric patients, including perinatal and cancer genetics. Interest or experience in patient-centered research is desirable.
The program is based in Fresno, California, where residents enjoy a quality of life uniquely Californian, yet surprisingly affordable. Limitless recreational opportunities and spectacular scenery is all accessible in a community with abundant affordable housing and all the amenities of a larger city. While there is much to see and do in Fresno, the city is ideally located for fast, convenient getaways to the majestic Sierra (just 90 minutes away) as well as the scenic Central Coast, or San Francisco just two - three hours away. Fresno is the only major city in the country with close proximity to three national parks, including renowned Yosemite National Park.
BC/BE in Clinical Genetics and Genomics by the American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics
Applicants must be licensed or eligible to obtain a California Medical license
Internal Number: JPF02955
About Central California Faculty Medical Group
Central California Faculty Medical Group is an organization of more than 230 faculty physicians and additional staff providing care in approximately 65 specialties and sub-specialties. Our goal is to provide knowledgeable, compassionate care close to where you live and work.
Within CCFMG, we have more than 20 faculty practice site locations throughout the Central Valley known as the University Centers for Excellence. Each University Center for Excellence location is staffed by physicians who serve on the faculty for the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine a teach at the UCSF Fresno branch campus. This partnership provides our community access to world-class, UCSF faculty physicians right here in the Central Valley. We train more than 250 medical residents and fellows every year, approximately half of whom stay in the Central Valley to practice, live, and raise their families.