Clinical Assistant Professor - Adolescent Medicine
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Internal Number: 135411
The Division of Adolescent and Transition Medicine at Cincinnati Children's Hospital is seeking an adolescent medicine specialist to join a diverse, talented, multidisciplinary team of individuals who share a passion and commitment to transforming adolescent health outcomes through exceptional clinical programs, high-impact clinical and translational research, innovative educational programs, and effective academic and community partnerships. We are seeking individuals who are foster a culture of inclusion and are highly professional.
The Division of Adolescent Medicine at Cincinnati Children's was founded in 1960 and has a distinguished history of outstanding clinical programs, breakthrough research, and advocacy. Our vision is "One team, one vision: Every adolescent healthy and thriving," reflecting our commitment to work collaboratively to ensure health and health equity, and to take a holistic approach to adolescent health and well-being. Clinical programs include a hospital-based primary care practice and a consultative practice focusing on all adolescent health issues including eating disorders, mental health disorders, transgender care, LGBTQ+ health, HIV care, substance use disorder, and sexual and reproductive health. Faculty also provide care at the city's juvenile detention center. A program in young men's health will be launched soon. The division has a robust, externally-funded research program, with 50% of faculty holding external research funding. Many educational opportunities are available, starting at the middle school and high school level with pathway programs and encompassing medical student, resident, and fellowship training programs.
At Cincinnati Children's, it is our vision is to be the leader in child health. CCHMC is a national and global leader in pediatric clinical care, research, education, community and population health, and advocacy. Among all pediatric institutions in the nation, CCHMC ranks #2 in NIH funding. In the 2023 Best Medical School rankings, the Department of Pediatrics was ranked #2 among U.S. medical schools and in the 2022-2023 Best Children's Hospitals rankings, CCHMC was ranked #3.
Cincinnati is one of America's most vibrant and beautiful river cities. It has all the amenities of a big city - including outstanding cultural offerings, major sports teams, and exceptional schools - with the warmth of a small town and an extraordinary quality of life.
Interested applicants are invited to send a CV and cover letter to Jessica Kahn, MD, MPH, Division Director, Adolescent and Transition Medicine c/o Nathan Gohlke, Physician and Faculty Recruitment - Nathan.Gohlke@cchmc.org. The Division of Adolescent and Transition Medicine is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. In the cover letter, applicants are encouraged to describe previous experiences mentoring women or members of underrepresented groups, experience working with diverse patient and community populations, and DEI activities.
Cincinnati Children's is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, or other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Cincinnati Children's is committed to building a diverse faculty and strongly encourages those underrepresented in medicine and science to apply.
Faculty would qualify for a faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. The ideal candidates have demonstrated excellence in clinical care, research, leadership and/or education and are:
MDs or DOs
Board Certified/Board Eligible in General Pediatrics, Internal Medicine or Family Medicine
Board Certified/Board Eligible in Adolescent Medicine
Faculty rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Prioritization Using time efficiently and productively; prioritizing multiple tasks properly to meet deadlines; recognizing time constraints and adjusting work schedule to address them.
Development Knowledge of growth and development
Family-centered care Understands and support family-centered care
Clinical Knowledge - Specialty Professional knowledge and clinical ability sufficient to provide evaluation and treatment of complex patients in one or more specialty areas
Path/Pharm Knowledge of pathophysiology and pharmacology
Training - Basic Knowledge of basic training methods and techniques
Diversity Appreciation Understanding and showing respect and appreciation for the uniqueness of all individuals; leveraging differences in others' perspectives and ideas; appreciating cultural differences and adjusting one's approach to successfully integrate with others who are different from oneself
Organization Strong organizational and project management skills to handle projects independently.
Analysis - Basic Analytical ability sufficient to evaluate data, make judgments and recommendations
Communication - Advanced Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
Patient Care Demonstrates excellence in the care of patients. Demonstrates a high level of clinical competency and committed to providing excellent patient care. Demonstrated skills in physical assessments, diagnosis, medical management, clinical consultation, research and education.
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.