Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt; Department of Otolaryngology seeks Pediatric Otolaryngologist
The Pediatric Otolaryngology service at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt; Department of Otolaryngology is growing.
We are looking for energetic and innovative fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologists with a variety of clinical, academic and research skillsets. Providers targeted in this cycle of recruitment include surgeons with an interest in head & neck/endocrine conditions, the comprehensive management of pediatric hearing loss, and general pediatric otolaryngology. Advanced degrees (M.P.H, M.S.C.I., M.B.A., Ph.D.) are viewed favorably, and we have unique resources to facilitate research endeavors that occur alongside an active clinical practice. Multidisciplinary clinics support and foster complex care on the main campus, while offsite clinics and ambulatory surgical facilities allow the flexibility to provide the right pediatric care in the right location.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a full-service tertiary healthcare institution with clinic sites distributed across middle Tennessee, and is the hub of a broad clinical and research network. The core campus is situated in one of America’s fastest growing cities. Nashville is young, vibrant, cosmopolitan, and boasts an unparalleled entertainment and sports scene.
Academic rank will be determined by experience and academic productivity.
Individuals of all career levels will be evaluated.
The successful applicant must be board‐certified and eligible for an unrestricted Tennessee license. They must also be fellowship‐trained in pediatric otolaryngology or possess substantial pediatric experience. Additional training beyond traditional clinical fellowship skills may be negotiated.
Vanderbilt University is an equal opportunity employer.
Please submit a CV and letter of interest to Division Service Chief Christopher Wootten, MD, MMHC, FACS, FAAP at firstname.lastname@example.org