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Full Time Pediatric Gastroenterology Job San Antonio, TX

JN -052024-30753

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Posted by: Curative

Employer: Perm

Job Description

Curative Executive & Academic Search has partnered with Baylor College of Medicine on the national search for an outstanding physician leader to serve as Chief, Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition for Baylor College of Medicine-San Antonio (BCM-SA) at CHRISTUS Children’s in San Antonio, TX.

 

The incoming Division Chief will report directly to the Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine - San Antonio. We seek a nationally recognized leader in pediatric gastroenterology who will bring excellence in clinical care, research, education, team building, and scholarly contribution. This is a well-established division with an excellent national reputation, seeking to replace an existing Chief who will be stepping down in 2024. The incoming Chief will be tasked with expansion of the division with early recruitment of additional faculty to support academic and clinical needs.

THE DIVISION

  • Established division of 6 faculty
  • Two (2) nationally regarded fellowship programs - ACGME Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship and one of only a few Pediatric Advanced Endoscopy fellowships in the country

LOCATION

  • San Antonio is a treasure in Texas that is a wonderful place to call home. With a population of 1.5 million, it is the 7th largest city in the US. It is the most visited city in the great state of Texas.
  • Destination for entertainment - from the 3rd largest zoo in the US to Six Flags and Sea World, NBA, and the famed River Walk, there is endless fun to be had in this amazing city.

If you have the experience/vision to lead a division at a very high level, then this is the position for you. Connect with me to discuss this position in depth and explore how you can be a vital part of success in San Antonio.

 

JN -052024-30753

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