The Department of Pediatrics, at the University of Florida is excited to announce an expanded partnership with The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart in Pensacola. We are seeking pediatric pulmonologists for Northwest Florida’s only children’s hospital.
Located in the Florida Panhandle—amidst the world’s whitest sand beaches—Pensacola has been named in CNN/Money Magazine’s “Best Cities to Live” and has been named “Boomtown” by Inc. Magazine. Pensacola offers beautiful homes to suit any budget, offers a cost of living that is well below the national average, along with excellent schools, no state income tax, and numerous outdoor activities. Here, you can live and practice where others only dream of living!
Candidates should possess a MD/DO degree and be board certified/board eligible in pediatric pulmonology. Candidates should send a letter of interest and CV to:
Scott A. Rivkees, M.D. Professor and Chair University of Florida Department of Pediatrics
Arman Razavipour, MBA University of Florida, College of Medicine Department of Pediatrics firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff.
BE/BC in pediatric pulmonology.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is negotiable.
About The Studer Family Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart
UF Health encompasses the University of Florida Health Science Center (HSC)—the Southeast’s most comprehensive academic health center—and the Shands family of hospitals and services. With campuses in Gainesville and Jacksonville, UF Health includes six health colleges, six research institutes, two teaching hospitals, two specialty hospitals and a host of physician medical practices and outpatient... services throughout north central and northeast Florida. Our mission is to promote health through outstanding and high-quality patient care; innovative and rigorous educations in health professions and biomedical sciences; and high-impact research across the spectrum of basic, translational and clinical investigation.
In addition to the colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health and Health Professions and Veterinary Medicine, UF Health also encompasses six research institutes: the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the McKnight Brain Institute, the Genetics Institute, the UF Health Cancer Center, the Institute on Aging and the Emerging Pathogens Institute.
UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital is a hospital within a hospital on the UF Health Shands campus. UF physicians treat patients from throughout Florida and the United States. We are the only quaternary-care academic pediatric center in North Florida, and our physicians offer some of the most specialized pediatric programs for the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of complex conditions.
UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital has 200 beds, including fully-equipped pediatric and neonatal intensive care units. UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital is part of the Children’s Miracle Network alliance of premier hospitals for children. Our hospital is ranked in the Top 50 Best Children’s Hospitals in 2013-2014 by U.S. News & World Report in numerous pediatric specialties.
Gainesville is located in North Central Florida, midway between the Atlantic coast and the Gulf of Mexico. The area is known for its natural beauty, with many springs, lakes and rivers. The climate encourages outdoor activities and residents enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, bicycling and camping. Culturally, the city is enriched by the influence of the University. The population of Gainesville is approximately 111,000 with a surrounding population of 220,000. We have a diverse culture, excellent public schools, low cost of living and no state income tax. There are 2 international airports within an easy drive.
For the past 8 years Gainesville has been voted among the Top 12 “Most Livable Cities in the Nation” by Money Magazine. Gainesville was ranked #1 in the” Top 10 College Towns: Great Cities for School & After Graduation” by Livability.com.