About Community Health and Family Medicine:The primary mission of the Department of Community Health andFamily Medicine at the University of Florida College Of Medicine isto serve our patients and community, positively shaping the futureof healthcare through outstanding teaching, discovery, andinnovation in family medicine. https://chfm.ufl.edu/The vision at CHFM is to be a nationally recognized modeldepartment of family medicine. CHFM integrates teaching inhumanistic medicine, medical ethics, behavioral medicine, and ruraland community health into both undergraduate and graduatecurricula.The department has model practice sites in several communities,providing training in urban and rural medicine and health care forunderserved areas in the state. These teaching and clinicalactivities are augmented by a variety of research projects thatexplore and contribute to the scientific knowledge base in familyand community medicine, rural health, primary care, behavioralmedicine, and the medical humanities.About the College of Medicine at the University ofFlorida:The College of Medicine University of Florida is the largest of sixcolleges at the University of Florida Health Science Center, openedin 1956 with a mission to increase Florida’s supply of highlyqualified physicians, provide advanced health care services to thecitizens of Florida and foster discovery in health research.https://med.ufl.edu/ . Pleaseclick here to see the College of Medicine Fact Sheethttps://ufhealth.org/news/about#collegefact The University of Florida, College of Medicine, department ofCommunity Health and Family Medicine is seeking a part-time .60 FTE(24 hours/ week) Assistant/Associate/Full Professor to join theEastside Community Practice faculty team in beautiful Gainesville,FL. This position will provide direct patient care to a largelyunderserved and diverse population in a team-based setting workingwith UF medical students. Providers with a passion for theunderserved patient population are encouraged to apply. Rankwill be commensurate with qualifications. Part-time .60 FTEposition, however, full-time will be considered depending upon theneeds of the clinic and applicant.Clinical Duties:This position is responsible for the delivery of primary healthcare at the UF Health – Family Medicine Eastside CommunityPractice. Our practice cares for a mostly underserved and diversepopulation. In addition to an outstanding staff and nurses, ahealth coach, pharmacist and social worker are part of the healthcare team. This position will provide direct patient care in clinicand participate in inpatient and/or clinic call rotations dependenton the interest of the final candidate and the needs of thedepartment. In addition, this position may work closely withARNP/PAs in a supervisory role providing team-based care usinginnovative models.Educational Activities:Teaching medical students during patient care activities, oninpatient rounds, and/or during educational conferences isexpected. Our department encourages scholarly activity andprofessional development as to advance our faculty, department anddiscipline. Experienced and accomplished mentors are available toassist as well as departmental support to present and publish yourwork as well as provide experiences for your professionaldevelopment.About Gainesville, Florida:Gainesville, FL is a hidden gem in North Central Florida that iswithin a couple hours to major cities such as Orlando,Jacksonville, and Tampa. We have warm weather much of the yearallowing for outdoor activities almost year-round. It is also awonderful place to raise a family among the diverse atmospheregenerated by The University of Florida. For more information aboutGainesville, FL please click here: https://www.guidetogreatergainesville.com/ The University of Florida provides broad and comprehensive benefitsprograms for more information on the Faculty Benefits please clickhere: https://benefits.hr.ufl.edu/ M.D. or D.O. degree or equivalent, board Certification oreligibility in Family Medicine and current Florida medical licenseor eligibility is required.Required DocumentsTo be considered for this position, you are required to applyonline https://jobs.ufl.eduhttps://apply.interfolio.com/81713 Your application isconsidered complete with the inclusion of your C.V., cover letter,and three signed letters of recommendation. Please either add thethree signed letters with your application here or email yoursigned letters of recommendation to the HR Manager at [email protected] Review willbegin immediately and will continue until the position isfilled.The final candidate will be required to provide official transcriptto the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not beconsidered “official” if a designation of “Issued to Student” isvisible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside ofthe United States are required to be evaluated by a professionalcredentialing service provider approved by National Association ofCredential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found athttp://www.naces.org/If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for thisposition, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at800-955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to workin the US. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’sSunshine Law.#category=35The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination withrespect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status,national origin, political opinions or affiliations, geneticinformation and veteran status in all aspects of employmentincluding recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline,terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, andtraining.
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The Spanish midfielder left Istanbul in a protective boot following the midweek goalless Champions League play-off first leg against Besiktas, and is set to miss Saturday’s trip to former club Everton. The full extent of Arteta’s problem is yet to be determined but Wenger accepts to lose the defensive midfielder for a long period would be a blow, and may well in turn force his hand to try to bring in cover ahead of the closing of the transfer window, with Real Madrid’s Sami Khedira and William Carvalho at Sporting Lisbon reported targets. “We have just Mikel Arteta who is for sure out for the Everton game. Everybody else we have to check this morning, but we have no major problem apart from Mikel,” said Wenger at Thursday’s media conference. “He had a scan yesterday afternoon. I haven’t got the result. I have a meeting at 10am to check about that. I don’t know how long he will be out for. “We will be a bit short of course. If it is a long-term injury, that puts us in a position where we have to be creative.” Asked if he was generally keen to bring in a defensive midfielder as cover, Wenger said: “We are not against that. “We are like you, we listen to the names, but sometimes I look who we buy in the media, but at the moment as I told you we are not in an emergency case. “We have the players we want but we are open as well to any opportunity until the end of the transfer window who can strengthen our defensive department in quality and number.” Arsenal have also been linked with a move for Greek defender Kostas Manolas from Olympiacos. “I can’t tell you how likely I am (to sign anyone), I just said to you I am open to doing it. It has to be linked with the needed quality,” said Wenger. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits he could have to get “creative” in the transfer market if captain Mikel Arteta’s ankle injury proves serious. “If you ask today 20 top clubs in the world what they look for, they all look for the same positions, so that means it is not necessarily out there.” Full-back Kieran Gibbs and forward Yaya Sanogo missed the trip to Turkey because of respective hamstring problems. The Gunners, though, will be boosted by the return of German World Cup winning trio Per Mertesacker, Lukas Podolski and Mesut Ozil, who could all feature in the squad at Goodison Park ahead of a more likely return for the second leg against Besiktas next Wednesday. Press Association
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A new report says a July survey of business supply managers suggests economic growth will slow over the next three to six months in nine Midwest and Plains states.The report issued Thursday says the Mid-America Business Conditions index dropped to 52.0 in July from 55.4 in June. It’s the lowest figure in more than three years.Creighton University economist Ernie Goss oversees the survey, and he blamed the slowdown on weak farm income, produced in part by tariffs and flooding.The survey results are compiled into a collection of indexes ranging from zero to 100. Survey organizers say any score above 50 suggests growth. A score below that suggests decline.The survey covers Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma and South Dakota.