The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R), at the University of Minnesota is recruiting a full-time physiatrists specializing in pediatric rehabilitation medicine. We are seeking dynamic and energetic professional who desires to lead the redevelopment of a pediatric rehabilitation medicine program that supports multiple departments as the University of Minnesota Health (M Health) develops a multi-disciplinary, patient-centered, pediatric rehabilitation medicine program within Masonic Children’s Hospital. The University of Minnesota’s Masonic Children’s Hospital is a leader in pediatric specialty care, offering a broad range of primary and specialty care services for children and teens, ranked nationally in five pediatric specialties in US News.
Academic track and rank to be determined by the applicant’s qualifications and interests. Highly qualified candidates who are committed to excellent pediatric patient care, possess strong clinical skills, and have an interest in education and scholarly activity are encouraged to apply.
Duties & Responsibilities:
• Forge partnerships, establish trust, and build strong relationships with referring departments and units to build and maintain a pediatric rehabilitation medicine program. • Work collaboratively within the pediatric neurosciences program alongside providers and clinicians from other specialties including, but not limited to, neurosurgery, neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, primary care, cardiovascular, neuropsychology, rehabilitation services, and imaging. • Outpatient clinic and inpatient practice
As of a multi-disciplinary team, this position will join an active academic physiatry clinical practice. Faculty members mentor residents, fellows, medical students, and allied health professionals; including teaching, training, and general supervision in a clinical setting. Academic time is used to pursue scholarly work in the candidate’s area of specialty/research expertise. Faculty will be active in their national organizations and foster an academic environment.
Candidates must be a graduate of an accredited physical medicine & rehabilitation (PM&R) residency training program; be board-certified or board eligible with the American Board of PM&R (ABPM&R); be eligible to obtain a Minnesota Board of Medical Practice license; and meet threshold criteria/qualifications for credentialing and privileges. Applicants must possess the leadership skills to manage change and communicate effectively in a rapidly expanding department. Enthusiasm, a collaborative nature, and an interest in cultivating a thriving academic pediatric rehabilitation program are essential to the success of the department and Program.
• Fellowship trained in pediatric rehabilitation medicine, or completed an ABPM&R/ABP combined residency training program. • Interest in traumatic brain injury. • Experience collaborating with individuals across multiple departments, practices, and health systems.
Internal Number: 336030
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