Job ID: 290142429  |  Last Updated: 5/26/2023

Pediatric Neurology w/Academics in a Big 12 City

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Applicant Contact
Julie Barclay

Job Description

Asst/Assoc/Full Professor- Pediatric Neurologist

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock is seeking a Board Certified Pediatric Neurologist to join the Department of Pediatrics at Texas Tech Physicians.

Exciting opportunity for a Pediatric Neurologist to join our practice and join a collaborative, multi-disciplinary effort with Texas Tech Pediatrics and University Medical Center Hospital. We are committed to delivering the highest quality of care while providing our clinicians with an exceptional personal lifestyle while serving the

The school of medicine at TTUHSC offers a rich academic environment with an opportunity for innovation and collaboration with a large variety of healthcare disciplines and opportunities to collaborate with faculty at other schools through the robust inter-professional community.

The pediatric department offers a multi-disciplinary team that supports the ability of the pediatric community to provide primary and subspecialty care to meet the needs of the pediatric population in the West Texas and Eastern New Mexico regions. The department is comprised of 48 faculty positions, 13 APPs, and approximately 130 staff members which include nursing and nursing support, PSS, and referral team members. The department operates in 6 clinical locations, 2 Cancer Centers, 2 Hospitals, a Cytogenetics/Genomics Lab as well as a Cancer Research Centerall located in Lubbock. The administrative team is located in the HSC building and contains the Chair, Senior Clinical Administrator, Associate Administrator of Clinical Operations, Associate Administrator of Finance, Billing and Coding team, Departmental HR and license renewals, and education coordinators. Located outside of the clinical space, but designated departmental space is the managed care team.

Our faculty positions include 1 Chair, 12 Generalists, 12 Hospitalists, 4 Hematology/Oncology, 4 Intensivists, 3 Cancer Center Research, 3 Neurosurgeons, 2 Infectious Disease, 1 of each of the following: Adolescent Medicine, Child Abuse, Cytogenetics/Genomics, Pulmonology. The Neurology Division currently consists of 1 full-time provider (Assistant Professor), and 1 Nurse Practitioner to grow the Division to 3 full-time pediatric neurologists

We have a robust, fully accredited pediatric residency program with 24 residents, with a board passing rate of 100%

7 half days of in-clinic coverage and on-call of one hospital for inpatient coverage shared with another pediatric neurology physician, pediatric neurology nurse practitioners, and locum tenants physicians, which are connected to each other by a walkway.
Instruct and supervise pediatric neurology residents and rotations.
Protected 2 half days of administrative time per week.

Required Qualifications
MD/DO Degree
3 year residency in Pediatric Child Neurology or similar training that meets the training requirements of ACGME and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
*Must provide three professional letters of reference for Academic Appointment.

Pay Statement

Compensation is commensurate upon the qualifications of the individual selected and budgetary guidelines of the hiring department, as well as, the institutional pay plan. For additional information, please reference the institutional pay plan on the Human Resources webpage.

EEO Statement

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