ObGyn faculty position opening

Academic Specialist/Faculty in Obstetrics and Gynecology

As part of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine (MSU CHM) Flint Campus, Hurley Medical Center is seeking a board-eligible or board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist to join us as full-time faculty in the Hurley Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Training Program.

About Hurley

Hurley Medical Center, Flint, Mich., has a diverse patient population, a wide spectrum of cases, and a focus on recognizing and addressing health disparities. We deliver approximately 3,000 babies per year. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is composed of a dynamic group of faculty physicians, private physicians, certified nurse midwives, and registered nurses. We have a Level III NICU and Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine, which allows us to manage high-risk pregnancies. There is opportunity to perform minimally invasive robotic surgery with the da Vinci Xi surgical system. We produce diverse and talented graduates who go on to pursue successful careers as specialists or subspecialists.


The candidate must be willing and able to participate in all aspects of care, including obstetrics, benign gynecologic surgery, and outpatient clinic. Furthermore, as core faculty, the candidate must participate in the education and training of residents and medical students.

The ideal candidate will be tech-savvy with strong interpersonal, teamwork, communication, and leadership skills - and a willingness to work with an underserved population.

Academic appointment

Faculty in this position may apply for an academic appointment with MSU CHM at a rank commensurate with experience.


  • Provide clinical coverage and resident supervision four to five days per week
  • Provide or assist in the administrative duties of the residency program
  • Participate in departmental and institutional committees
  • Participate in the formal teaching of residents and medical students
  • Participate in scholarly activities


  • Competitive salary with signing bonus
  • New grads welcome
  • Work-life balance
  • 2 to 3 calls per month
  • No weekends or major holidays unless desired
  • J1 visa waiver available
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness
  • Favorable PTO and CME reimbursement
  • Medical, dental, vision Insurance
  • HSA, FSA available
  • Retirement benefits; 403b plan
  • Disability insurance, ierm life insurance
  • Profession malpractice coverage with tail coverage
  • Mentorship
  • Supportive colleagues
  • Opportunities for faculty and professional development
  • Anesthesia available 24/7
  • Level 3 NICU on site
  • Epic electronic medical records system
  • MFM on site
  • Free parking

Loan forgiveness

Loan forgiveness may be possible for those with eligible student debt under the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

More information

Contact Program Director Omari J. Young MD FACOG at oyoung2@hurleymc.com or 810-262-6426.

About Flint, Mich.

The Flint community’s vibrant downtown offers a nationally recognized Farmers’ Market; restored historical theater; restaurants, clubs, breweries, coffee and gift shops; live music; special events such as “Back to the Bricks” classic car cruise and the world-class Crim Festival of Races; and a cultural center with art exhibits, film festivals, art walks, planetarium, live theater, discovery museum, institutes of music and art, repertory theater, library and gardens. City kayaking and bike trails are easily accessible, as are winter ice-skating, children’s museum and a public golf course. The Flint City Bucks soccer team, from USL League Two, plays home games at Atwood Stadium, one block from the hospital.

Flint’s mid-Michigan location is minutes from hiking trails, swimming, fishing, hunting, ski hills, cider mills, pumpkin patches, dairy farms, antiquing, movie theaters, shopping, golf courses, dog parks, off-roading park, horseback riding, and mountain biking; and - for day trips – about an hour’s drive from popular restaurants, museums, theaters, sports, and other adventures in Detroit, Ann Arbor, and East Lansing.

To refresh on long weekends, explore Michigan’s natural wonders, such as 5 Great Lakes, sand dunes, beach towns, lighthouses, golf courses, lakes, bike trails, camping, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, birding, zip-lining, ropes-course challenges, boating, swimming, foodie explorations, vineyard tours, concerts, ice cream, haunted Halloween houses, zoos, and other agritourism. Indoor water parks and high-end shopping also are popular. For away destinations, air travel is super smooth from Flint’s Bishop International Airport, which is a ten-minute drive from the hospital.

Hurley Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer.

Send your CV and cover letter to us

Chief Academic Officer
And Designated Institutional Official

James Buterakos
1 Hurley Plaza, GME 10W
Flint, MI 48503
Email: jbutera1@hurleymc.com
Fax: 810-760-9956