Pediatric Otolaryngologist - Connecticut

PEDIATRIC  OTOLARYNGOLOGY
PRACTICE  OPPORTUNITY
Hartford, Connecticut 

The Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center seeks an additional Pediatric Otolaryngologist at either the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor rank to join our existing group of five (5) otolaryngologists and five (5) advanced practitioners. Candidates must be board certified or board eligible, and have completed a pediatric otolaryngology fellowship. Interested candidates must demonstrate a keen interest in otolaryngology resident education, clinical research and patient care. The Department has specialty clinics in cochlear implantation, aerodigestive diseases, swallowing and voice disorders. 

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is a 187-bed, free-standing children’s hospital with an 18 bed PICU and 72 bed NICU. An academic appointment at the University of Connecticut School of Health Sciences is available and will be commensurate with level of training and experience. 

Connecticut Children’s was recently named as a top hospital in the US News and World Report rankings in four (4) different specialties.  Connecticut Children’s Specialty Group, Inc. is a 190+ physician multi-specialty pediatric group (medical & surgical).  Connecticut Children’s offers a competitive salary & benefit package, and is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. 

Connecticut boasts diverse and culturally rich communities, and is well regarded for its outstanding public and private school options.  The town of West Hartford, a 15-minute drive from the hospital, has been voted as one of the Top Best Places to Live by publications such as Kiplinger and Money Magazine.  We are well situated near Boston, New York, the beaches of Long Island Sound and the mountains of New England.   

To learn more about Connecticut Children’s, please visit our website at: www.connecticutchildrens.org 

If interested, please e-mail CV to: 

Scott Schoem, MD, MBA
Division Head Otolaryngology, Surgeon-In-Chief
Sschoem@connecticutchildrens.org