Pediatric Dermatology Opportunity at Thriving Free-Standing Children's Hospital!
Dayton Children's Hospital
An excellent opportunity at a thriving, free-standing, Level I pediatric trauma center, children’s hospital in Dayton, Ohio! Candidates must be an MD/DO, have completed dermatology residency training with a special interest or expertise in pediatric dermatology and be board certified/eligible in dermatology. Fellowship training in pediatric dermatology is preferred.
•Full time employed position with competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit package
•Faculty appointment with Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
•Clinical research opportunities available
•Opportunity to develop, grow and promote a pediatric dermatology practice
Establishing a practice at Dayton Children’s provides the opportunity to work with colleagues and staff committed to providing quality, personalized care in a technologically advanced pediatric center with an outstanding community reputation. The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine department of pediatrics and its residency program are based at Dayton Children’s.
Dayton Children’s serves a pediatric population of 510,000 from a 20-county region of central and southwestern Ohio and eastern Indiana. An eight-story, 260,000-square-foot patient care tower sits in the center of the hospital’s main campus. The south campus in Springboro, Ohio, includes an outpatient care center, urgent care, kids’ express, pediatric emergency department, outpatient surgery center and a sleep lab. www.childrensdayton.org
Dayton is the sixth largest city in Ohio and is noted for its association with aviation most notably due to the Wright brothers’ invention of flight. The city is home to the National Museum of the United State Air Force, some of the best private and public schools in the state, a vibrant arts and entertainment community and a beautiful system of parks, trails and river corridors. www.daytonohio.com
1 Children's Plaza
Dayton, OH 45404
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