Please visit EVMS Human Resources to explore career opportunities for salaried faculty.
Physicians and health professionals not employed by EVMS who are interested in becoming actively involved with our medical students, health professions students or residents may be eligible for a community faculty appointment. The medical school’s accrediting body, the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), requires that all physicians who work with medical students hold a faculty appointment.
Please keep in mind that community faculty are required to perform 50 hours of service per year to maintain faculty status. This can be easily obtained by working with our students and/or residents in the clinical setting, attending EVMS Continuing Medical Education (CME) grand rounds, participating in CME teleconferences, serving on EVMS committees, teaching in the classroom setting, collaborating in research activities or taking part in other academic activities. Please reach out to either the chair of your department or EVMS Faculty Affairs and Professional Development to learn about additional opportunities.
Community faculty appointments have many benefits beyond mentoring and training the next generation of health professionals. Community faculty can also attend professional development events, attain EVMS Brickell library privileges for online journals, earn CME credits and interact with other health professionals throughout the region to further their own careers.
If you are interested in learning more about how you can get involved and available teaching and mentoring opportunities, please explore our community educator openings.