***FILLED*** Neonatology Opening – Exceptional Southeast location!
Looking for a great place to live and practice? Your search can end now.
We’re seeking Neonatologists who are board certified or board eligible for the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger and The University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Children’s Hospital at Erlanger is home to the region’s only Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and one of four Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Centers in the state of Tennessee.
Outside magazine searches the country annually to rank cities with great access to trails and public lands as well as restaurants and neighborhoods. Chattanooga is the only city to be recognized as Best Town Ever more than once!
Surrounded by mountains with a river running through the heart of its downtown, Chattanooga is a nationally renowned destination in the Southeastern United States with recreation for people of all skill levels and hundreds of miles of trails, world-class events, thousands of acres of conservation and national recognition. The city is also noted for the renaissance of its beautiful downtown and redevelopment of its riverfront. With its scenic beauty, stable population, growing economy, and cooperative, friendly people, it is truly one of the most progressive mid-size cities in the United States.
Within a two-hour drive of Atlanta, Nashville, Birmingham and Knoxville, Chattanooga uniquely offers a quality of life that is hard to duplicate anywhere in the country. And it provides an opportunity to join a growing, multi-disciplinary team within a world-class children’s hospital.
Founded in 1889, Erlanger is the seventh largest public healthcare system in the United States with more than half a million patients per year. The Children’s Hospital at Erlanger is a Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Center, the highest state designation for pediatrics. It offers a full complement of pediatric subspecialists, a pediatric ER and an ICU, as well as a newly-updated 58-bed NICU offering the ability to perform state-of-the-art neonatal procedures. Currently, there are over 1,000 NICU admissions and 5,500 births per year. The ideal candidate will have strong clinical skills and enjoy teaching. Academic appointments are available.
In addition to the four-season climate and affordable housing, there is no state income tax on salaries, wages, bonuses or any other type of income for work. Chattanooga is also home to several well-known private and parochial schools, including Baylor School, McCallie School and Girls Preparatory School. With a world-class aquarium ranked No. 4 in the country and No. 8 in the world, a variety of urban and outdoor activities, and 57 trail heads within a half-hour drive, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by this gem of a town, if you aren’t already a fan.
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