Primary Care Physician Jobs

Emory Healthcare offers a number of primary care physician job opportunities to help meet the wellness needs of our communities. Our Primary Care Physician team is a part of the growing Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics. We have primary care career opportunities in the ambulatory or hospital setting and at The Atlanta Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Both faculty and non-faculty opportunities exists in urban and suburban Atlanta locations. Some of our include employer-based health solutions and VA teleprimary care outreach to rural areas.

Emory Healthcare offers fellowship training in geriatrics, palliative medicine, and sports medicine. Qualified applicants are board certified/ board eligible in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine and possess outstanding clinical, technical and interpersonal skills and training from top-rated institutions.

Current Openings

Primary Care Leadership Team

Physicians are naturally born leaders and as a newly employed physician at Emory Healthcare we offer physician guidance and leadership through every step of the way. Whether you have questions on your daily routine, your expectations or just have a question, our primary care leadership team is here to guide you along the way.

Theodore M. Johnson II, MD - Professor & Chair

Dr. Johnson is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, with adjunct appointments in Public Health and Urology. He serves as the Director of the Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics, and Director of the Emory Center for Health in Aging. He holds the Paul W. Seavey Chair in Medicine, and is the Chair of the Family and Preventive Medicine Department. He is board certified in internal medicine and geriatric medicine.

Dr. Johnson received his MD from Northwestern University Medical School and his MPH from the University of North Carolina School of Public Health in Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Johnson started at Emory University and the Atlanta VA Medical Center in 1997.

His clinical research program focuses on delivering the appropriate care to elderly patients and quality of life issues facing adults as they age. In particular, he studies particular bladder dysfunction with aging. He receives support from federal and VA grants. Dr. Johnson sees patients needing specialty care for lower urinary tract disorders at the Atlanta VA Medical Center in Decatur, GA, and at the Emory Clinic.