Job ID: 290142710
Last Updated: 5/26/2023
MOHS/Procedural Dermatology w/Academic Appointment Opportunity in West TEXAS - Big 12 City
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Lubbock
Assistant Professor - Dermatology MOHS
The Department of Dermatology is seeking an outstanding MOHS dermatologist to our team! Responsibilities include providing general dermatology services in a clinical setting to include direct and telemedicine patient consultations and provide MOHS surgery services. We are a proud team that provides medical services to the Department of Health, VA clinic and after hour's coverage. This position will be responsible for teaching residents and medical students in a clinical setting and through lectures. This is a great opportunity in a fast pace, and growing community!
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