The Division of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery seeks a Board Certified/Board Eligible fellowship trained Pediatric Otolaryngologist to join its faculty. This is a unique opportunity to expand an established Pediatric Otolaryngology program in an internationally renowned academic facility and have relationships with physicians who have received worldwide recognition for their research and patient care.
The selected candidate will be based at the Duke University Medical Center and will join two established pediatric otolaryngologists, an experienced pediatric otolaryngology PA and other pediatric subspecialists in the Children’s Health Center. The candidate will be clinically supported by the faculty of the Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery (OHNS) Division with shared back up pediatric call. The opportunity exists to participate in and grow collaborative multi-disciplinary subspecialty clinics in the scope of Pediatric Otolaryngology.
Academic rank will be determined based on individual qualifications, with research and clinical productivity measures used to guide clinical track. Individual expected to participate fully in the activities of the Division, including clinical care, research, and teaching of medical students, surgery residents, and ancillary staff.
The selected candidate will be offered a faculty appointment at the Duke School of Medicine, Department of Surgery and exceptional Duke Faculty benefits, including college tuition assistance for up to two children and an excellent retirement package. Enjoy all “metro” amenities that Raleigh/ Durham has to offer: excellent school systems, several universities, professional and college sporting events, and museums. Interested candidates should apply with CV and letter of interest via the LINK below:
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