Adolescent medicine faculty at Top-Ranked Program, L.E.A.H. national distinction
Indiana University Health
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Internal Number: 42066
Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health is seeking adolescent medicine physicians to join the division as a clinician educator. Enjoy being part of a large, multidisciplinary practice working with other Riley specialties including cardiology, hematology, oncology, child development, diabetes, endocrinology, and pediatric/adolescent gynecology. This position will also include participation in resident and adolescent fellow training through didactic teaching, clinical preceptorship, and opportunities for educational leadership roles. Riley at Indiana University Health is one of seven HRSA Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) funded programs nationally. We educate and mentor interdisciplinary graduate and post-graduate trainees at all levels.
Work-life balance with a standard outpatient care schedule of Monday-Friday
Consult service and shared call coverage
Provide specialized care based on interests, including but not limited to:
Charis Center for Eating Disorders - the state's most comprehensive program offering the full array of medical, psychological and family services for patients with eating disorders
Riley Gender Health Program - the only program in Indiana to meet the needs of transgender and gender non-binary children and adolescents
Adolescent Gynecology & Reproductive Healthcare - our specialists evaluate and treat a variety of gynecological conditions as well as consulting with patients and families about fertility preservation for adolescents with complex illnesses
BC/BE pediatrics and adolescent medicine.
New graduates or experienced physicians welcome to apply
Physician MD/DO licensed in Indiana or eligible
For more than 95 years, Riley Hospital for Children has been one of the nation's leading children's hospitals. Each year, Riley Hospital provides compassionate care, support and comfort to more than 300,000 inpatients and outpatients from across Indiana, the nation and the world. Physicians at Riley Hospital provide comprehensive care, from the routine to the most complex, in every field of pediatric medicine and surgery.
Riley Hospital is nationally ranked as a top children's hospital by U.S. News & World Report,with national rankings in all ten pediatric specialties (including three specialties in the top ten), and is the only nationally ranked children's hospital in Indiana. Part of Indiana University Health, Riley Hospital enjoys a unique partnership with the Indiana University School of Medicine, giving our highly skilled physicians access to innovative treatments using the latest research and technology.
In addition, Riley Hospital is ranked seventh in the nation for NIH Research funding, totaling more than $38 million in 2022. The Children's Clinical Research Center, located at Riley Hospital, is one of the largest pediatric research facilities in the country.
The newest addition to Riley Hospital, the Maternity Tower, opened in fall 2021. The Tower is home to Indiana's largest NICU, as well as the state's only OB ICU and emergency room.
Riley Hospital is also one of the largest children's hospitals in the United States, and offers one of the nation's largest outpatient care facilities for children.
The Riley Children's Foundation is committed to improving the health and well-being of children through philanthropic leadership in support of Riley Hospital and its research programs.
At Riley Hospital for Children, we are committed to advancing a culture where all people can come together while we work to equitably improve the health of all Hoosiers. Working together, our health system fosters an environment in which differences are respected and valued. With a bold approach to diversity and inclusion, we are the place where many voices and perspectives come together to improve the health of our communities today and in the future.
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