The Division of General Pediatrics and Section on Adolescent Medicine at Emory University’s School of Medicine is seeking a board certified/board eligible adolescent medicine physician. We are looking for either Part-Time OR Full-Time applicants.
Responsibilities include providing primary and consultative care to adolescent patients at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Grady Health System in Atlanta, GA.
Additional responsibilities include supervising and teaching residents and medical students. Experience in medical education is preferred.
The faculty member will join an established adolescent medicine physician and a large group of academic general pediatricians. The applicant will be part of the Emory University’s Department of Pediatrics, the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, and the Section on Adolescent Medicine.
Vibrant city with affordable cost of living and easy access to the world’s busiest airport
Teaching medical students and residents.
Customizable schedule with opportunities for LARC placement, college health and school-based health, HIV medicine, and transgender medicine
Multidisciplinary clinical practice with a diverse patient population supported by a nutritionist, social workers, therapists and psychologists in both community and academic settings
Initiating and participating in clinical research and quality improvement projects.
Academic rank commensurate with experience.
Ample opportunities to participate in scholarly projects and apply for institutional research funds.
Professional development stipends provided.
There is also the unique opportunity to enroll in Emory’s Junior Faculty Development Program, designed to assist junior faculty in achieving a successful and fulfilling academic career.
This position is perfect for the person interested in helping to develop a) a strong adolescent medicine clinical program in a large healthcare system, b) an adolescent medicine fellowship, c) multidisciplinary clinical venues for adolescents with complex healthcare needs, and d) interfacing with community groups interesting in improving adolescent health.