Physician - Pediatrics - Gastroenterology - Academic Pediatric Gastroenterologist
Company: Augusta University
Posted on: May 5, 2021
The Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Georgia at
Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia is actively seeking board
certified/board eligible Pediatric Gastroenterologists.
The Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology includes a strong
multidisciplinary team of providers managing a variety of
gastrointestinal conditions and performing relevant procedures.
Comprehensive services are provided in the 154 bed Children's
Hospital of Georgia with the region's only Level IV NICU.
We have a comprehensive group of pediatric medical and surgical
subspecialists serving children and families from across Georgia
and we are a key sub specialty referral center for the
The Children's Hospital of Georgia is part of the Augusta
University Health System which includes a 478-bed medical center, a
Medical Office Building with more than 80 outpatient practice sites
in one convenient setting, and a Critical Care Center housing a
13-county regional trauma center.
The division is closely tied to areas of focus and advancement at
Augusta University which include a newly formed Digestive Health
Center presenting significant opportunities to enhance the clinical
and research agenda of the institution.
The division also maintains close collaboration with the Department
Successful candidates will have a proven history of excellent
clinical skills, involvement with clinical research, and strong
desire to be involved with resident teaching.
Additionally, candidates should have an MD/DO degree and be board
certified/eligible in Pediatric Gastroenterology.
Augusta University is an equal employment, equal access/equal
educational opportunity and affirmative action institution.
PandoLogic.Category: Healthcare, Keywords: Pediatrician
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