Careers in Medicine and Pediatrics

Open faculty positions (if any) are listed below; please visit Human Resources for other career opportunities at UT Southwestern.

Med/Peds Physician (2 Openings)

Join one of the premier academic medical centers in the nation in building its Med-Peds presence across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Combined Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, is seeking a full-time dual Internal Medicine - Pediatrics physician to join our team. Our growing network of Med-Peds physicians provides advanced care to patients across the lifespan, including adolescent and young adult patients, in state-of-the-art primary care clinics supported by a dynamic operations infrastructure. As a member of the UT Southwestern Medical Group, you'll have access to innovative technologies and be part of a multidisciplinary provider community comprised of more than 3,000 highly qualified, board-certified physicians, specialists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. We invite you to become part of an effort to push past the existing boundaries of medicine and help transform patient care. The physician must be board-certified or board-eligible with the American Board of Internal Medicine and American Board of Pediatrics. Candidates must be eligible for Texas medical licensure. Consideration may be given to applicants seeking less than a full-time schedule. The primary responsibility is providing outstanding, high-quality clinical care for patients, with opportunities to also actively participate in our educational and research missions, as appropriate.

To apply please visit UT Southwestern Careers and reference Job IDs 570975, 571392.

 

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