The Division Internal Medicine-Pediatrics, at the University at Buffalo, SUNY is seeking five combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics trained physicians for our academic ambulatory practice, new hospitalist practice, and our adolescent practice. Responsibilities would include outpatient evaluation and management of patients within our ambulatory clinic, inpatient care on our General Medicine and Pediatric services, and teaching and supervision of house staff and students. Additional opportunities would be to assist and develop our College Health Program. Applicants must have a medical degree, be BC/BE in Medicine-Pediatrics and be eligible for medical licensure in the State of New York.
Rank in the School of Medicine track and compensation are dependent upon qualifications. The University at Buffalo provides a generous package of fringe benefits. Review of applications will continue until all available positions are filled.
Buffalo is presently undergoing an economic renaissance in which health care is a major driver. New developments include heavy investment in construction and program development. The goal is to transform the region into a major destination for innovative medical care, teaching, and research. The Buffalo and Western New York area offer numerous attractions, including proximity to Toronto, year around recreational activities, a low cost of living, and excellent quality of life.
Ambulatory Practice Applicants: Applications with CV and cover letter maybe submitted electronically to ubjobs.buffalo.edu, search posting number 1300199.
Hospitalist Practice Applicants: Applications with CV and cover letter maybe submitted electronically to ubjobs.buffalo.edu, search posting number 1300469
Adolescent Practice Applicants: Applications with CV and cover letter maybe submitted electronically to ubjobs.buffalo.edu, search posting number 1400116
The University at Buffalo/Academic Medicine Services, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter.
Michael Aronica MD
Associate Professor, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
Division Chief, Internal Medicine-Pediatrics
Program Director, Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency