The University of Florida Pediatric Residency at Orlando Health / Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children is seeking a board-certified or board-eligible Adolescent Medicine pediatrician to join our Division of Medical Education. Board-certification or eligibility in Adolescent Medicine is required. Candidates interested in education, curriculum development, research, quality improvement, and other forms of scholarly activity will be strongly considered. Our program is based at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, an award-winning tertiary-care children’s hospital with national rankings in US News and World Report.
This opportunity features:
The practice of adolescent specialty care in a robust program including an outpatient adolescent clinic, inpatient consultations, and Teen Express, a mobile health clinic for underserved adolescents
A busy pediatric adolescent gynecology practice on site who will partner for care of patients with complex contraceptive needs, PCOS, and transgender patients
Local support for integrated care of patients with eating disorders
Involvement with the University of Florida Pediatric Residency at Orlando Health with the opportunity for clinical teaching and mentoring of pediatric residents and medical students in continuity and acute clinic settings
The support of pediatric subspecialists in every major discipline
Faculty appointments at the University of Florida and Florida State University
Living in Central Florida with:
Beautiful year-round weather and fitness-oriented communities
Entertainment in a family-oriented environment
A vibrant economy with large technology and service industries
Professional soccer and basketball teams with an energetic fan base
No state income tax
Internal Number: 1001
About Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
Orlando Health is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare networks. Our family of hospitals includes Orlando Regional Medical Center, home to Central Florida’s only Level One Trauma Center; Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children; Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies; UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health; and four community hospitals.
Together, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies form Arnold Palmer Medical Center - the largest facility dedicated to children and women in the United States. Winnie Palmer Hospital is one of the most experienced labor and delivery hospitals in the nation, averaging 12,000-15,000 births per year. The neonatal ICU is the 4th largest in the country with 142 bed capacity. The two hospitals are connected through a two-story connector bridge, allowing easy transport of patients to medical services and efficient sharing of resources between the physicians and clinical staff that provide services to women, babies, and children. This integrated model allows for the optimal delivery of care providing the best outcomes for mother and child. Newborns and premature babies at Winn...ie Palmer Hospital benefit from access to an array of sub-specialized physicians at Arnold Palmer Hospital.