Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician (Full or Part-time)
Siskin Children’s Institute is seeking a Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician to join an established practice that provides diagnosis and monitoring of children with ADHD, autism, speech/language disorders, developmental delays, etc. Candidates must be board certified (or eligible) in Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics and/or Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. There are no night or weekend call requirements. Position may include teaching responsibilities for pediatric residents and medical students of University of Tennessee College of Medicine.
The Developmental Center is located in an endowed non-profit organization (Siskin Children’s Institute) with no dependence on research funding and includes a full clinical team with a board certified Neuroevelopmental Pediatrician, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant and Clinical Psychologist. Additional resources include a full team of therapists (PT, OT and SLP) as well as home and community based ABA program.
Education & Experience
• Graduation from an accredited school of medicine is required.
• Completion of Fellowship in Developmental Pediatrics at accredited program
• Current certification in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics is required
• TN license or ability to obtain license
• Current Drug Enforcement Agency license is required.
• Eligible to receive admitting privileges to the local hospital is required.
• All credentialing requirements as required by Medicaid, Medicare and insurances is required.
• A minimum of two years as a practicing physician is preferred.
Salary and benefits are competitive. Interested candidates should submit a resume or contact Jeaninne Houck @ 423-648-1720.
Siskin recognizes the major importance of employees’ health and the responsibility of maintaining a healthy and safe environment for all employees, volunteers, patients and visitors. Therefore, all individuals who are offered a position with Siskin are screened for illegal drug, alcohol, and/or tobacco/nicotine as part of the post-offer health screening. Individuals whose post-offer health screening results are verified positive for illegal drugs, alcohol and/or tobacco/nicotine use, and/or whose reference and/or background checks are verified unsatisfactory, will be disqualified from employment, their job offer will be withdrawn, and they may be disqualified from applying for employment for one (1) year from the date of the post-offer health screening.