The Sports Medicine Center at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is seeking a board-certified or board-eligible pediatrician fellowship-trained in sports medicine to join a rapidly growing practice. The position includes a full-time academic appointment at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. It is preferred that the candidate have a strong interest in contributing to research and academic excellence in our organization, community and through national affiliations. Relocation assistance will be provided as well as a competitive salary and benefits package.
The sports medicine team treats pediatric and adolescent sport-related musculoskeletal conditions and concussions. The current practice includes two, dual fellowship-trained, pediatric orthopedic and sports medicine surgeons, two primary care sports medicine pediatricians, three pediatric nurse practitioners, and three athletic trainers.
The practice is based in Frisco in a 350,000 square-foot purpose-built outpatient building and ambulatory surgery center about 25 miles north of downtown Dallas. A large portion of the facility is dedicated to the sports medicine clinic and sports therapy gym with outdoor training fields and a sports performance and movement science lab. Ancillary services include 3T MRI, EOS, X-ray, psychology, sports dietitian, child life specialists, lab and orthotics lab. An administrative office suite with private offices for physicians also includes community outreach and research staff.
For more information, please contact Shane M. Miller, MD, FAAP directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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About Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is one of the nation’s leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopedic conditions, sports injuries and fractures, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders. Scottish Rite for Children’s Pediatric Orthopedics is currently ranked # 2 in U.S. News and World Report’s top pediatric orthopedic practices.