Division Chief of Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes
University of Wisconsin, Madison - Department of Pediatrics
Location: Madison, Wisconsin
Type: Full Time
Required Education: MD/DO
Academic / Research
Academic Medical Group
Competitive salary and excellent benefits, including state retirement and state benefits.
Internal Number: 263541
The Department of Pediatrics is searching for an exceptional Division Chief of Endocrinology and Diabetes to provide inpatient and outpatient clinical care and to carry out scholarly activities. We are looking for candidates with a track record of clinical excellence and academic contributions as demonstrated through training and/or practice experience. Provide clinical care, teaching, and execution of scholarly activities is expected on the CHS track.
The UW Department of Pediatrics is a vibrant academic department comprising over 200 faculty in seventeen subspecialty divisions. The Department promotes and enhances the health of children through outstanding clinical care, exemplary education of pediatric trainees, performance of cutting edge research and vigorous advocacy.
The mission of the Division of Diabetes/Endocrinology at the University of Wisconsin Medical School is to maintain excellence in clinical care, education, and research. This is achieved by division members who collaborate within an established interdisciplinary team. The Division of Diabetes/Endocrinology operates four kinds of specialized pediatric clinics at the American Family Children¿s Hospital (AFCH). These include the Pediatric Diabetes Clinic, the Pediatric Endocrinology Clinic, the Pediatric Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Clinic and the Pediatric Fitness Clinic.
Provide patient clinical
Responsible for the clinical, educational, and research growth in the Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes and for mentoring junior faculty. Provide leadership and serve as an advocate for all division members.
Teach to a variety of learners, including medical students, residents and Teaching can occur within the classroom, small groups and lectures, as well as in the delivery of clinical care.
Carry out independent research/scholarly activity in an area of interest to the candidate and the division. These pursuits can take many forms and will often be executed in conjunction with clinical activities, but are not limited to that venue.
MD, DO, or equivalent is
Completion of an ACGME-approved pediatric residency program is
-Completion of an accredited fellowship program in Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes is required.
Experience in an academic medical setting
Candidates must possess clinical and academic credentials sufficient for appointment at the Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor rank at the CHS Track that have been previously established by UW School of Medicine and Public Health Appointment as Associate Professor or full Professor will require that candidate's credentials meet criteria for rank established by UW School of Medicine and Public Health Guidelines.
Candidate is required to have or be eligible for a Wisconsin medical
Board certification or board eligibility in Pediatrics through the American Board of Pediatrics is
Must be eligible for enrollment as a billing provider and for all necessary hospital
About University of Wisconsin, Madison - Department of Pediatrics
The mission of the Division of Diabetes/Endocrinology at the University of Wisconsin Medical School is to maintain excellence in clinical care, education, and research. This is achieved by division members who collaborate within an established interdisciplinary team. The Division of Diabetes/Endocrinology operates four kinds of specialized pediatric clinics at the American Family Children’s Hospital (AFCH). These include the Pediatric Diabetes Clinic, the Pediatric Endocrinology Clinic, the Pediatric Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Clinic and the Pediatric Fitness Clinic.
All clinics are staffed by board certified pediatric endocrinologists who are members of the University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics faculty, as well as nurses and doctors-in-training. These caregivers blend understanding, sensitivity and concern for each child with state-of-the-art medical care. Children and adolescents are seen at clinics for a variety of concerns, including diabetes, obesity, issues related to growth or pubertal development, thyroid, adrenal and pituitary gland problems. Clinics adhere to a multidisciplinary approach, relying upon the combined talents of pediatric endocrinologists, cert...ified diabetes educators, pediatric nurse practitioners, nutritionists, social workers and psychologists when necessary. The Pediatric Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Clinic was designed to help young women understand the diagnosis of PCOS and take control of their health. The multidisciplinary PCOS team works with each patient and her family to create an individualized plan that includes proper medication, healthy diet and exercise. The Pediatric Fitness Clinic focuses on educating children and adolescents about the importance of exercise, nutrition and self-concept. The Fitness Clinic tailors each exercise and nutritional program to a patient’s individual needs and interests.