ironlady wrote:The OP might be a top candidate to get a job teaching English at a medical school, but not for teaching medicine. I doubt anyone in the US would hire someone fresh out of residency to be a professor of medicine, and Taiwan would be the same -- plus the OP doesn't speak Chinese (I am assuming) which is another downside for a lecture-based position. And believe me (been there done that) -- teaching English at a medical school has very little to do with medicine and everything to do with remedial English, just like everywhere else.
Medical teaching positions are not like regular professorships. Medicine professors are just regular doctors who teach a class or two as part of their duties. The only reason they're professors is they're employed at a teaching hospital. Though teaching hospitals hire people who have research backgrounds and career advancement is linked to research.
So in the US, assistant professors or lecturers actually can just be residents fresh out of residency. But anyone who has finished residency is a full doctor. In fact, I think they are full doctors upon completion of med school.