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Pediatric Physiatry Physician Professor - Salt Lake City

Last Updated:
October 16, 2018

                                 Pediatric Physiatry Physician Professor
                                 University of Utah
                                 Salt Lake City, UT

The University of Utah is seeking to fill a position for an Assistant/Associate Professor, track dependent on qualifications, in the Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. This position will work closely with 4 other pediatric physiatrists and collaborators in the Department of Pediatrics, Orthopaedics and Neurosurgery for a combined inpatient and outpatient experience. Excellent communication skills, ability to manage complex spasticity, and a broad-base in pediatric rehabilitation are strongly encouraged. Fellowship training and board certification/eligibility in pediatric PM&R is strongly preferred. Significant interest in independent research goals and/or education and teaching are looked upon favorably. Salary is competitive and benefits are excellent. This position will be primarily at the Primary Children’s Hospital and University of Utah Hospital and Clinics which provide an optimal setting for daily collaboration and research.

The University of Utah is the largest tertiary/quaternary academic medical center in the Intermountain West. It has ranked in the Top 10 Academic Medical Centers for quality of care for the last 8 years. The University of Utah serves patients from a multi-state region with a Level 1 trauma center, 450 acute care beds and Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility. Located in the heart of Salt Lake City, UT there are abundant recreational, cultural and educational opportunities in a rapidly growing State.

Please apply at: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/81992
If you have questions, please email: Mike.Green@hsc.utah.edu
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