Adolescent Medicine Physician
Categories: Faculty / Physician
Department: Pediatrics General
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, is seeking outstanding adolescent medicine physicians for clinician-educator faculty positions on the Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Service Team at UT Southwestern and Children’s Health Dallas.
We are especially interested in applicants with interests and/or experience in teaching. Clinician-educator faculty will have ample opportunities to teach residents and medical students. Candidates must have completed an adolescent medicine fellowship and have a dedication to academic excellence. Candidates must be eligible for licensure in the state of Texas and be board eligible or certified in Adolescent Medicine. Academic title will be commensurate with academic credentials. Consideration may be given to applicants seeking less than a full-time status.
Children’s Health¿ is a state-of-the art, 406-bed, free-standing facility that provides comprehensive care to the children of Dallas and surrounding areas. Children’s Health¿ includes clinics in Dallas, Plano, and Southlake. Physicians attend and consult on both the inpatient and ambulatory services, where they supervise and teach residents from the categorical pediatric residency training program and students from UTSW School of Medicine. Faculty in the Department of Pediatrics have a strong tradition of clinical and teaching excellence.
UT Southwestern Medical Center is committed to an educational and working environment that provides equal opportunity to all members of the University community. In accordance with federal and state law, the University prohibits unlawful discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of: race; color; religion; national origin; gender, including sexual harassment; age; disability; citizenship; and veteran status. In addition, it is UT Southwestern policy to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.