Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UR Medicine: The Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center seek a full-time board certified Internal Medicine-Pediatrics or Internal Medicine physician with an interest in evidence-based clinical service and research in the area of care for youth and adults with diagnoses that originate in childhood (i.e. "Transitional Care Medicine") including autism spectrum disorder, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), congenital heart disease, metabolic disorders, spina bifida, sickle cell disease and cystic fibrosis.
This faculty member will be an integral member of the UR team at the Complex Care Center, part of the Division of Transitional Care Medicine, supporting the inpatient care of our patients. The Complex Care Center (CCC) is an innovative interdisciplinary primary care setting targeting adults with pediatric onset conditions. Services at the CCC currently include primary care, nutrition, respiratory therapy, behavioral health, pharmacy consult, care management, and dental services. The division offers numerous opportunities for clinical and health system research, regional engagement in health system reform, and teaching opportunities. This role offers the opportunity to provide inpatient care and consult support to this patient population while fully integrated with the outpatient interdisciplinary team, outpatient hospital follow up and workforce development for this patient population. The position includes a clinical focus in outpatient complex primary care and consultation support for those with pediatric onset conditions age 12 and up and administrative time for program development and clinical supports at the Complex Care Center. The remainder of the time will be allocated based on candidate interests as outlined above.
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