The Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) is now recruiting for the following full-time faculty positions to add to our existing team of faculty. These positions include teaching osteopathic medical students throughout our innovative, interdisciplinary, four-year curriculum.
Assistant/Associate Professor in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (Division of Clinical Sciences)
Assistant/Associate Professor in Primary Care (Division of Clinical Sciences)
Assistant/Associate Professor in the Biomedical Sciences (Division of Anatomy & Molecular Medicine)
Assistant/Associate Professor of Anatomy (Division of Anatomy & Molecular Medicine)
ACOM?is a comprehensive, four-year osteopathic medical college, located in Dothan, Alabama.As an academic division of Southeast Health, the College was founded to help address the shortage of primary care physicians across the region. ACOM was the first osteopathic college established in Alabama and the third medical school in the state. The campus is designed to provide the full student experience with a 110,000-square-foot facility equipped with research and team-based learning centers, as well as a stand-alone simulation lab.? The College has a team of more than 100 faculty and staff, who represent many academic and professional backgrounds. ACOM’s faculty has more than 400 combined years of experience teaching medical students. Many of the faculty have significant research experience in fields, such as microbiology, pulmonary hypertension and medical education. ACOM’s clinical faculty has an array of experiences as practicing physicians, including community-based, hospital-based and military service-based medicine.
Pre-clinical curriculum is delivered through a hybrid, discipline- and system-based model. In the first semester, students are presented core concepts in a discipline-based manner, including basic foundational sciences and anatomy with cadaver dissection. Further pre-clinical instruction utilizes a system-based format, concentrating on clinical integration with a patient-centered focus. This is complemented by longitudinal instruction in osteopathic principles and practice, team-based learning activities, simulation and early standardized patient encounters. Third- and fourth-year clinical curriculum is delivered at community-based hospitals and clinics utilizing an extensive network of physicians throughout Alabama, Florida and Mississippi.
Discover Dothan – a vibrant and evolving city with small-town charm. Located in southeast Alabama and just 90 miles from the Gulf Coast beaches, Dothan is home to numerous sporting events and venues, as well as cultural experiences and outdoor festivals that embrace the area’s rich heritage of farming and arts. Notable attractions include: Future Masters golf tournament, USTA Pro Tennis event, National BMX racing event, Robert Trent Jones golf course, National Peanut Festival, Foster Fest, Historic downtown district with restaurants and shops, The Carver Musuem, Wiregrass Museum of Art, and numerous biking and hiking trails.
Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing qualifications for the position and curriculum vitae to the respective associate dean:
Clinical Sciences: Heath Parker, DO,?Associate Dean of Clinical Sciences?(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Anatomy/Molecular Medicine: James Foster, PhD, Associate Dean of Anatomy, Molecular Medicine, Research and Graduate Studies (email@example.com)
Internal Number: 0002
About Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
The Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine is a private, non-profit, osteopathic medical school located in Dothan, Alabama. The college is an academic division of Southeast Health and was founded to help address the state’s primary care physician shortage. Southeast Health was named by Forbes as one of America’s Best Mid-Size Employers for 2019. Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine is the state’s first osteopathic medical school with a class size of up to 210 students. The college is nationally and internationally known for its award-winning simulation program, with a first-of-its-kind clinical simulation fellowship for medical school students.