IU Health Physicians - Pediatric Allergist-Immunologist (Riley Hospital for Children)
The Division of Pediatric Pulmonology, Allergy and Sleep Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM)/ Riley Hospital for Children is recruiting for a fourth board-certified/ board-eligible allergist. Candidates certified in Internal Medicine and/or Pediatrics are both eligible. Responsibilities include outpatient clinical care, limited inpatient consult services, and the education of students and residents. Opportunities for faculty development and research are available.
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health has been singled out for distinction by U.S. News & World Report, ranking in nine pediatric specialties as part of 2019-10 Best Children’s Hospitals.
The Division currently has three allergists, two board-certified in Pediatrics and one board-certified in Internal Medicine. We also have a newly-approved allergy fellowship program. IUSM is one of the largest medical schools in the United States. Riley Hospital for Children is ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the country by US News and World Report. The Allergy Program has been recognized as a FARE Clinical Center of Excellence, and participates in clinical trials related to food immunotherapy.
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