The Division of Academic General Pediatrics in the Department of Pediatrics is seeking a pediatrician to join our practice at our Clark and Deming Location in the Lincoln Park Neighborhood in Chicago. This attending physician in the Clark-Deming Faculty Practice will be responsible for providing primary care to medically complex children including children with Spina Bifida, supervising in the residency continuity clinic, and conducting research focused on the needs of medically complex children. The faculty practice will emphasize the provision of primary care to a predominantly publicly insured population, as well as providing a medical home to children with special healthcare needs, children hosted at Lurie Children’s in the international patient services program, and primary care consultation for the Chicago Institute for Fetal Health.
We are accepting applicants for a faculty position in the clinician-educator, non-tenure-eligible track. We are seeking applicants with at least 5 years of clinical experience. A track record of leadership experience is strongly preferred.
The Division of Academic General Pediatrics provides clinical and teaching opportunities at Lurie Children’s Hospital and at our satellite clinic locations. Our Division of Academic General Pediatrics sees over 17,000 patient visits at one of four outpatient locations, with over 8,000 visits at our Clark-Deming location. We provide medical health services, including support for mental health care appropriate for management in the primary care setting, for children and adolescents. Approximately 85% of our patients are Medicaid beneficiaries. The Division of Academic General Pediatric addresses important clinical and population health problems of children through state-of-the-art interdisciplinary methods and collaborations. We serve a very diverse patient population, who speak nearly 20 different languages. The Division of Academic General Pediatrics serves as the major continuity clinic site for the Northwestern University McGaw Residency in Pediatrics.
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital is the primary pediatric teaching hospital of Northwestern University Medical School. We are seeking applicants for an appointment at the rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor in the Clinician Educator track at the Feinberg School of Medicine, depending on experience. Applicants must be Board-certified in Pediatrics, with up-to-date maintenance of certification. Salary and benefits are competitive. The anticipated start date is September 1, 2019. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The start date is negotiable and the position will remain open until filled.
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