Director of Osteopathic Education

Job responsibilities include:
• Oversees and ensures the quality of osteopathic didactic and clinical education

• Supports residents and faculty with proper osteopathic professional development,
classroom instruction and testing

• Develops curriculum in line with ACGME requirements

• Supervise the residents in OMM training

About the Chickasaw Nation Family Medicine Residency Program:
The Chickasaw Nation Family Medicine Residency program blends primary care within
an underserved community hospital with educational resources to ensure residents are
prepared to become successful doctors. Our goal is to produce strong clinicians who
are capable of delivering high-quality primary care in any setting — from rural to urban.
Residents experience an excellent balance of inpatient medicine with didactic and
clinical experiences, and medical and biopsychosocial patient care. It is an unopposed
family medicine residency program, which allows for hands-on experience and
expedited personal and professional growth.

• 4-4-4- program with full benefits package included

• Clinic-based pharmacist, integrated behavioral health, public health, robust allied health and formulary offerings that are tribally funded

• Cooperative community and public health partnerships

• Flexible and resident-centered elective rotations

• Significant research, leadership, and mentorship opportunities

• Rich cultural and inclusive environment

• Dedicated Residency Clinic space opened in 2019 with in-house SonositeX-Porte Point of Care Ultrasound

• State-of-the-art hospital with significant technology for learning and quality patient care

Interviewing candidates now.

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