Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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The Division of General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine at Emory University's School of Medicine is seeking a board eligible/ board certified general pediatrician. We are looking for either part-time OR full-time applicants.
* Responsibilities will include providing primary care to pediatric and adolescent patients at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding in downtown Atlanta, GA.* Additional responsibilities include supervising and teaching residents and medical students. Experience in graduate medical education is preferred. Applicants are expected to have outstanding clinical and teaching skills for precepting residents and medical students.* The faculty member will join a large group of academic general pediatricians and adolescent medicine providers located in metro Atlanta. The position will be part of Emory University's Department of Pediatrics.
Clinical opportunities may include:
* Scholarly work in areas of interest* Opportunities to initiate and participate in clinical research and quality projects.* As a member of the academic division, there are ample opportunities to initiate and participate in scholarly projects.* There is also the unique opportunity to enroll in our institution's Junior Faculty Development Program which is a program designed to assist junior faculty in achieving a successful and fulfilling academic career.* Opportunities to practice in other settings may arise as the division expands its footprint.
* Academic rank is commensurate with experience.* Professional development stipends will be provided.* The Division of General Pediatrics is composed of ~18 full and part-time pediatricians and sees patients at Hughes Spalding Hospital, an affiliate of CHOA and Grady Hospital. The Division provides both inpatient and outpatient general pediatric care and enjoys excellent collaborative relationships with other pediatric subspecialists and colleagues at Morehouse School of Medicine.
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