Pediatric Dermatologist - Open Rank, Open Track
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
The University of New Mexico (UNM) School of Medicine Department of Dermatology seeks qualified individuals for a full-time faculty position as an academic Pediatric Dermatologist in an innovative group environment. We serve a large, unique, and medically complex population and are a consultative resource for the state of New Mexico and the Four Corners region of the Southwest. The Department provides many services including: general and pediatric dermatology, phototherapy, laser, dermatologic/Mohs surgery and aesthetic services. We have a strong partnership with both Dermatopathology and community physicians. Responsibilities include specialized pediatric outpatient dermatology, inpatient hospital consultations and teledermatology. Opportunities for outpatient surgery in the Pediatric Operating Room and clinical research are available. Our Chair is currently the only fellowship trained pediatric dermatologist in the state, so the opportunities for a junior faculty to gain extensive experience quickly and effectively is truly extraordinary.
The UNM Health Sciences Center (HSC) (HSC) is the largest academic health complex in the state. Located in beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico, the HSC combines four mission areas - education, research, patient care and community outreach - to provide New Mexicans with the highest level of health care. UNM has a very strong Pediatrics Department and Children’s services cover the entire breadth of expected domains including academic primary care and specialty services; our affiliation is longstanding.
UNM has a very strong Pediatrics Department/training program and Children’s services cover the entire breadth of expected domains including academic primary care and specialty services; our affiliation with these services is longstanding.
The School of Medicine at UNM HSC is celebrated for its innovations in medical education and has earned a reputation for making inclusivity and diversity in the physician workforce a priority. Its programs in rural and family medicine are nationally recognized. The Dermatology Department is tremendously proud of its current team, training three residents per year. We strive to provide the most exceptional care while leading research and education efforts in our state.
New Mexico is a recreation and art destination; Albuquerque is a beautiful family-friendly city with mountains to the east and a mesa to the west, a temperate climate and reasonable cost of living. It is ideal for outdoor activities and sports all year round including running, hiking, biking and snow sports. The State of New Mexico is multicultural and diverse with excellent local cuisine, breathtaking sunsets, phenomenal arts, music, film, and multiple historic sites.
UNM offers a comprehensive benefit package including paid professional liability insurance, medical/dental/vision plan, retirement, annual and professional leave, continuing education tuition and dependent tuition program, and a competitive salary with incentive.
Medical Doctor or equivalent.
Board eligible/certified in Dermatology.
Board eligible in Pediatric Dermatology
One year fellowship in Pediatric Dermatology.
Eligible for medical licensure in NM.
Eligible for State of New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification and federal DEA registration.
Must be eligible to work in the U.S.
Interest in working with diverse team(s) of providers, learners and staff.
A demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities.
Skill leading teams with growth mindset principles.
Commitment to UNM School of Medicine mission areas (Education, Research, Patient Care, Community Outreach).
Interest in helping the ACGME accredited residency program evolve and excel.
Experience teaching and mentoring learners of various backgrounds
Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.
1021 Medical Arts Ave. NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico MSC07 4240
Lalita Lopez de Gauntt
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