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DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS, LAC+USC MEDICAL CENTER â DIVISION OF PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY
The Keck School of Medicine of USC's Department of Pediatrics at LAC+USC Medical Center is seeking a full-time, board-certified/board eligible pediatric endocrinologist to join our faculty as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology at LAC+USC Medical Center serves a diverse, underserved population of patients at a state-of-the-art public hospital and clinic network. You would join an expanding program in pediatric endocrinology which has a unique, integrative approach to children and families dealing with metabolic and endocrine diseases of childhood, adolescence, and transitioning young adulthood. Opportunities exist to create special programs for this underserved population in the exciting locale of urban Southern California. The Department of Pediatrics at LAC+USC prides itself as an exceptional clinical and educational academic department, with robust pediatric and combined med+peds residencyÂ programs.Â Research opportunities and collaborations are also available. Minimum qualifications include completion of an accredited pediatric endocrine fellowship with board certification/board eligibility and an unrestricted current California medical license. This position offers a competitive salary with excellent university benefits.
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Internal Number: REQ20083562
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