Job ID: 290142714  |  Last Updated: 5/26/2023

Looking for a GREAT Dermatology Opportunity in TEXAS? Here's your chance!

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Lubbock
Applicant Contact
Julie Barclay

Job Description

The Department of Dermatology is looking for an outstanding dermatologist to join our team! Responsibilities include providing direct patient consultation services for in-patients, and telemedicine. Our team is partnered with the Department of Health in providing medical services to patients in the VA, including after hour's coverage. Largely this position provides education teaching to residents in a clinical setting and in lectures.

In an effort to provide community care, this position will also participate in a yearly skin cancer screening and other dermatology related meetings and interviews.

The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Welcome to the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, where a dedication to education, patient care and research has made an impact on the health of West Texas and beyond for more than 50 years. We meet the health care needs of more than 2.75 million people who live throughout a vast 108-county stretching from the Texas Panhandle south to the Permian Basin and west into Eastern New Mexico.

We have established ourselves as a leader in education and patient care and are building a top-ranked research environment with significant studies under way in areas such as aging, cancer, reproduction, genetic diseases and rural health.

The AAMC has ranked Texas Tech #1 in faculty satisfaction (Promotion & Tenure, Transparency, Women's satisfaction in the workplace)
Top 10% in the U.S. for diversity
TTUHSC Graduating Medical students are in the top 15%
Clinical Research institute available to faculty-Biostatisticians, research nurses
Collaboration with two local hospitals, each with a Children's Hospital

Build your legacy with us: TTUHSC-School of Medicine | Texas Tech Physicians Clinics

Our Impact Keeps Growing
TTUHSC educates students, provides patient care and conducts biomedical and clinical research. We graduate the most health care professionals in the state of Texas. Nationally recognized for innovative programs, academic achievement, and our cutting-edge research, we are training the next generation of highly qualified health professionals. To date we have trained more than 28,000 health care professionals who are serving patients and driving medical discovery in tangible, life-changing ways.

Independent since 1969
Like Texas itself, we are an independent and proud institution that is part of a larger union, the Texas Tech University System. As a university separate from Texas Tech University, we have been entrusted with a singular charge: to teach the next generation of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, researchers and health care professionals while simultaneously providing the people of West Texas with world-class patient care. We are both an institution of higher learning and a place where real people come for life-saving medical care.

EEO Statement

As an EEO/AA employer, the Texas Tech University System and its components will not discriminate in our employment practices based on an applicants race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or status as a protected veteran.

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