Internal Medicine Residency Program
Growing Future Physicians to Transform the Health of Rural & Underserved Communities!
Henry County Medical Center is the Recipient of the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration Rural Residency Program Development Grant. The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded Rural Residency Planning and Development Program (RRPD) grantees are developing new rural residency programs or Rural Training Tracks (RTT) in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Psychiatry.
We are recruiting qualified subspecialty education coordinators in your specialty. Our first class of residents will join us in 2023.
Subspecialty Coordinator Benefits
- Recognition of exemplary qualifications that designate you as teaching faculty
- Community referral growth
- Work with Internal Medicine resident physicians
- Teaching RVU stipend
- Affiliated Medical University Faculty Appointment Opportunities
- Medical Library Resources
Subspecialty Education Coordinator Requirements
- Participate in teaching resident Internal Medicine resident physicians
- Currently certified in the subspecialty by the ABIM or AOBIM and
- Assist with coordination of the residents’ subspecialty educational experiences
Faculty members provide an important bridge allowing residents to grow and become practice-ready, ensuring that patients receive the highest quality of care. They are role models for future generations of physicians by demonstrating compassion, commitment to excellence in teaching and patient care, professionalism, and a dedication to lifelong learning.
“Physicians are the foundation of our community health system. We look forward to the growth and network of our educational partners.”
Faculty members experience the pride and joy of fostering the growth and development of future colleagues. The care they provide is enhanced by the opportunity to teach. By employing a scholarly approach to patient care faculty members, through the graduate medical education system, improve the health of the individual and the population.
To learn more about becoming a preceptor, call the program coordinator at 731-644-8500.
Amanda Finley, DO, FACOI, FACP
Director of Medical Education
Internal Medicine Program Director
301 Tyson Ave. Paris, Tn. 38242
Scott Whitby, MD, FACP
Linda Burks MA, MT
GME office: 731-644-8500
(ACGME Internal Medicine Program Requirements, 2020)