The Division of Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and Department of Pediatrics at UTHSC is seeking a BC/BE Pediatric Pulmonologist to join our faculty. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with experience. The pulmonology section currently has six faculty members and three nurse practitioners and the sleep section has four board-certified pediatric sleep faculty. Our faculty have broad clinical and research interests, including PCD, interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis, asthma, aerodigestive diseases, cancer survivorship, neuromuscular diseases and sleep pathology. There are ample opportunities for clinical research at Le Bonheur, within the UTHSC system, and in collaboration with investigators at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The Division has an ACGME-accredited training program in pediatric pulmonology and participates in the sleep fellowship program of UTHSC. There is a deep commitment to education that extends to our residency programs and medical students. The division includes an accredited Cystic Fibrosis center and Therapeutic Development Network Center, and co-directs a severe asthma clinic with Allergy and Immunology. The hospital has an ATS-accredited pediatric pulmonary function laboratory with infant PFTs and an active exercise lab as well as a 6 bed AASM accredited Pediatric Sleep Lab. We have an active flexible bronchoscopy service. Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital is a 255 bed, state of the art Children’s Hospital with a 20 bed PICU, 10 bed CVICU, 12 bed Intermediate Care Unit and 60 bed NICU. Le Bonheur is ranked in 8 specialties by US News and World Report including Pediatric Pulmonology and is a Magnet designated facility. The successful applicant will be responsible for seeing patients in pediatric pulmonology clinic as well as serving as attending on inpatient/consult service and staffing the pulmonology consult service at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. She or he will have interest in teaching and clinical research and must hold an MD/DO or international equivalent, be Board certified in Pediatrics and Board certified or eligible in Pediatric Pulmonology and licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Tennessee.
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She or he will have interest in teaching and clinical research and must hold an MD/DO or international equivalent, be Board certified in Pediatrics and Board certified or eligible in Pediatric Pulmonology and licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Tennessee.
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