Pediatricians and Neonatologists
Categories: Faculty / Physician
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking outstanding pediatricians and neonatologists at the Assistant/Associate Professor/Professor level for the Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
The Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine currently consists of 33 neonatologists and 11 pediatric faculty and is internationally recognized with wide areas of interest in both basic and clinical research. We are a part of the NICHD Neonatal Network and also work closely with the Center for Pulmonary & Vascular Biology. We have an outstanding training program and provide excellent clinical care at Parkland Health and Hospital System, Children's Health System of Texas, Texas Health Presbyterian-Dallas and Clements University Hospital. Our system boasts 18,000 births per year and 250 NICU beds. The Thrive Program assures primary care and follow-up of very-low-birth-weight infants and other high-risk neonates, and participates in the follow-up of neonates associated with studies within the NICHD Neonatal Network. The NICU at Children’s Health serves as a Level IV referral center for neonates in North Texas and surrounding states. Active Fetal and TeleNICU Programs have been established. Pediatric faculty in the Division provides comprehensive newborn care and actively participate in research and teaching. The division offers a variety of clinical, academic, quality improvement and administrative opportunities for candidates at all stages of their careers. Must be board eligible or certified in Pediatrics and/or Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine as appropriate. Academic title will be commensurate with academic credentials.
Potential applicants should forward a curriculum vitae, a letter of interest and a statement of career goals.
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