The Division of Child and Adolescent Health at Columbia University Medical Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital is seeking applicants for an opportunity on its General Pediatrics faculty at the Assistant Professor level. Our faculty provide primary care for children and adolescents through age 20 in an urban community in Northern Manhattan at four Hospital-owned integrated resident-faculty practice sites. Faculty teach and supervise medical students, residents and fellows. All faculty are expected to pursue an academic focus. Research, quality improvement efforts and community partnership initiatives currently focus on vaccine uptake and safety, improved health delivery and outcomes including the use of technology and reducing health disparities, obesity prevention, early child development, and health literacy.
Candidates for this position must be BC/BE general pediatricians; they must meet the requirements to practice clinical medicine in New York State. Fellowship training or the equivalent experience is strongly preferred. Candidates are expected to have excellent clinical skills, a strong interest in clinical research, quality improvement, or population health approaches, and expertise in teaching. Competitive salary, benefits and support are offered commensurate with academic rank and experience. Bilingual skills are highly desirable. Columbia University is an equal opportunity employer.
Internal Number: 0008591
About Columbia University (Department of Pediatrics)
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