Academic Pediatric Otolaryngologist at Wake Forest School of Medicine

Academic Pediatric Otolaryngologist – North Carolina

The Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery of the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston Salem, NC has an immediate opening for a fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologist.   The applicant must be BC/BE and either a member of ASPO or be eligible for membership.  This position is a full time academic appointment within the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. The Department currently has one full-time pediatric otolaryngologist and a second is needed to support existing and growing patient care demand. 

Patient care will primarily be at Brenner Children’s Hospital, which is part of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.  Brenner Children’s Hospital is the only tertiary care pediatric teaching hospital in the western half of North Carolina and is the only certified level one pediatric trauma center in the state.  The patient population to support this practice is via a large geographic referral area which includes the western half of North Carolina, southwestern Virginia, southern portions of West Virginia, and the eastern tip of Tennessee. 

Applicants should have experience and expertise in managing complex pediatric airway problems in addition to head and neck masses.  Expertise in chronic ear surgery and cochlear implantation in children is desirable but not required.  The successful applicant should have a proven interest in pursuing a career in academic otolaryngology, which would include active participation in teaching and research with residents, medical students, physician assistant students, and allied professionals.   

Winston Salem offers an extremely high quality of living with a very low cost of living.  We are located less than an hour drive from the Blue Ridge Mountains and about four hours from the beach.  Access to the arts and ACC college sports is abundant with Wake Forest University and the North Carolina School of the Arts located here. 

Equal Employment Opportunity: 
It is the policy of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to administer all educational and employment activities without discrimination because of race, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status (except where sex is a bona fide occupational qualification or a statutory requirement) in accordance with all local, state, national laws, executive orders, regulations, and guidelines. 

Interested applicants should send a cover lever and CV to: 

J. Dale Browne, MD, FACS
Professor and Chair
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston Salem, NC 27157

c/o Amy W. Smith
Administrative Assistant to Dr. Browne


Academic Pediatric Otolaryngology Opportunity in Southern California

Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group, Department of Otolaryngology, is seeking applications for a 4th fellowship trained Pediatric Otolaryngologist to join the department at the Assistant/Associate Professor level.  The Department of Otolaryngology currently employs three Board certified, fellowship-trained Pediatric Otolaryngologists covering all aspects of Pediatric Otolaryngology.  With a surrounding population of over 4 million, Loma Linda University Medical Center in the largest tertiary hospital serving San Bernardino and Riverside Counties in southern California.  

The LLU Children’s Hospital is a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center for the region and renowned for world class innovative pediatric cardiac surgery, as well as all aspects of specialized pediatric care by fellowship-trained sub-specialists. The Children’s Hospital has 38 PICU and 72 NICU beds, with a total of 274 pediatric beds.  The successful applicant would join a busy Pediatric Otolaryngology practice and participate in the direct education of the Department’s 14 residents, as well as rotating pediatric and family practice residents, and medical students.  Clinical and academic research opportunities are encouraged with support for presentations at national and international conferences and meetings. 

Loma Linda is located between Los Angeles and Palm Springs, nestled at the foot of the San Bernardino Mountains.  We have convenient access to beach cities, skiing, hiking and many outdoor activities year round due to the pleasant sunny climate.  There are many excellent private and public school systems available. 

Position Requirements:  1. Board certification/eligible MD or DO in Otolaryngology/HNS.  2.  California Medical License or eligible for CA Medical License. 3.  Eligible to work within the United States.  4.  Completion of Pediatric Otolaryngology fellowship prior to commencement of position. 

Interested individuals please send your CV to: 

Krissy Traustason
Physician Recruitment Coordinator

Pediatric Academic Otolaryngology

MetroHealth Medical Center is seeking a Fellowship trained, 
BE/BC, Pediatric Otolaryngologist to join our active and growing

The position is based at MetroHealth Medical Center
(MHMC) with suburban outpatient and surgi-center
satellites and includes clinical practice, teaching, and
research opportunities.  MHMC is an affiliate of the Case
Western Reserve University Medical School (CWRU), 
and is a certified level one adult Trauma center with Pediatric
commitment and a Burn Center. 

The position is available immediately.  Interested applicants
should send a current C.V. to: 

Joseph B. Carter, MD
Chairman, Department of Otolaryngology
Head and Neck Surgery
MetroHeatlth Medical Center
2500 MetroHealth Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44109 – 1998

MetroHealth is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. 

Chair in Paediatric Otolaryngology

School of Medicine and Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

An exciting opportunity for a senior clinical academic to work across both the clinical and academic environments as the Chair in Paediatric Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, a joint position with the School of Medicine and the Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service. 

The School of Medicine is a leading provider of medical education and medical research in Queensland, with the country's largest medical program. The four year graduate entry medical program offers an integrated, case-based curriculum including early clinical experiences. The School is a diverse enterprise operating over multiple sites, with Queensland Health and private health service providers as major partners. 

The UQ Child Health Research Centre (UQCHRC) is an exciting new research centre in the School of Medicine at The University of Queensland.  The Centre comprises seven research groups, addressing the effect of the environment, diet and infectious diseases on child health, diseases affecting the respiratory and blood system and the management of burns and trauma. The UQ-CHRC is co-located with research centres from Children's Health Queensland and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in a recently completed $100M+ research facility adjacent to the new $1.5 Bn Lady Cilento Children's Hospital. 

Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service (CHQ HHS) is a recognised leader in paediatric healthcare, teaching and research. With a dedicated team of more than 3,700 people, our point of difference is in the way we provide care to children, young people and their families every day.  This is through our steadfast commitment to providing patient and family-centred care at every level of our service and our continuous drive for service and operational excellence. A recognised leader in paediatric healthcare, education and research, we deliver a full range of clinical services, tertiary level care and health promotion programs for children across Queensland, northern New South Wales and overseas. 

The Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation is partnering with UQ and CHQ HHS to establish this prestigious position.  The Foundation was established by the late Mrs. Barbara Williams to honour the memory of her two husbands, Dr Garnett Passe and Mr. Rodney Williams. The Foundation became operative on 16 September 1991, with one of the largest bequests ever made to Australian medicine and one of the largest to Otorhinolaryngology in the world. The Foundation has established an awards program to support clinical and basic research in in the Specialty of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. 

The role

The Chair in Paediatric Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery is a joint position with the School of Medicine and the Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service (CHQ HHS). The appointee will provide research leadership in the field of Paediatric Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, to build and maintain a vibrant internationally competitive research program and to foster the development of clinical academic Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery. The appointee will be expected to develop translational research direction and opportunities in collaboration with established paediatric otolaryngology laboratory researchers.  The appointee is expected to move seamlessly between the clinical and academic environments and play a leading role in the drive to integrate and leverage the resources and strengths of both CHQ HHS and UQ. 

The person

The successful candidate will have demonstrated expert knowledge and highly developed clinical skills in the area of medicine and surgery of paediatric ear, nose, throat, head and neck disorders. Applicants must possess a PhD or equivalent doctorate in the area of Paediatric Otolaryngology or a closely related discipline and current registration with/or eligible for registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), as a specialist in Paediatric Otolaryngology. Demonstrated teaching skills at undergraduate and postgraduate levels is desirable and a significant track record of research through publications in internationally recognised outlets will be required. 


This is a full time, fixed term appointment for 5 years at Academic Level E. Appropriate loadings will be negotiated with the successful candidate. 

For a copy of the information booklet and a confidential discussion about the role, please contact: 

Jenny Sutton
Telephone: +61 7 3162 3765
Applications close at 5.00pm on 7th March 2016. 

To submit an application for this role, please contact Jenny Sutton at Odgers Berndtson. 

Associate Physician for Pedatric ENT Practice in Dallas, TX

Dallas Pediatric ENT Practice Seeks Additional Physician

Successful pediatric otolaryngology practice is looking for a physician to help take a thriving practice to the next level. The practice is located in North Dallas - a rapidly expanding and sophisticated multicultural marketplace where more than a quarter of the population is under the age of 18. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Dallas is one of the largest pediatric growth centers in the country. 

Attractive Compensation Package
ENT Care for Kids encompasses voice, airway, general otology, sinus, reconstructive, and head and neck. The referral base is well established.  And the compensation package is highly competitive and includes a productivity-based bonus plan. Benefits include a comprehensive healthcare package, medical malpractice insurance and professional travel. 

Lively Dallas Scene
ENT Care for Kids is located near the upscale NorthPark mall and some of the city’s finest neighborhoods and schools. Dallas and its next door neighbor Ft. Worth have thriving arts districts with world-class opera companies, symphonies and museums. Dallas is also home to one of the country’s finest medical research institutions, UT Southwestern Medical Center. 

The area is served by two major airports with direct flights to more than 70 international destinations, and an expanding rapid transit system with a station just a few blocks away. Dallas also offers a host of dining choices from street tacos to haute cuisine; renowned professional sports teams; year-round outdoor recreational activities; and a variety of lifestyles – urban and suburban. 

About ENT Care for Kids
Dr. Michael Biavati launched the practice in 2000.  He trained in otolaryngology at the University of Virginia and was a fellow in Pediatric Otolaryngology under Dr. Richard Smith at the University of Iowa. He is also the former chairman of the Pediatric Otolaryngology Division at UT Southwestern and Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. The office is adjacent to several large pediatrics practices and within minutes of a day surgery facility and Medical City Dallas Children’s Hospital. 

If you are interested in this great opportunity, please contact me at with your CV included and any questions you may have about the position. I look forward to hearing from you. 

Thank you
Michael J. Biavati, MD FACS FAAP