East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Department of Pediatrics and Medical Education Assistance Corporation (MEAC) seek a qualified Adolescent Medicine physician. The candidate must have completed a fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at time of hire and be eligible for board certification. The successful candidate will be an ETSU employee and receive benefits through ETSU. Our adolescent program is expanding to include services such as a health care transition program for youth with special health care needs, an outreach program to local schools, juvenile justice, child protective services and youth with gender issues. The position will be an ETSU non-tenure, clinical track faculty appointment contingent on MEAC funding. Responsibilities include delivery of primary and subspecialty care to a diverse population of adolescents, teaching of medical students and pediatric residents, and other academic pursuits. We provide care to a large geographic region that includes northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Southern West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky and Western North Carolina.

Our region is located at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains and offers excellent schools, a low cost of living, and a wealth of outdoor activities. The beautiful Smokey Mountain National Park is in close proximity. Two major interstate highways, I-26 and I-81, serve the area. Air travel is supported by 3 airports less than 90 minutes from the hospital.

Johnson City is currently ranked #14 “Best Small Place for Business and Careers” in the USA by Forbes and ranked #5 in “The 10 Least-Expensive Cities for Living in the U.S.A.” by Kiplinger. The Tri-Cities region is the fifth largest Combined Statistical Area in Tennessee with an estimated 500,538 people. Applicants must apply through eJobs at https://jobs.etsu.edu.

Required QualificationsCompleted fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at time of hire.

Salary: contingent upon experiencePosting Number: F00053P