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Faculty Recruitment

The multi-specialty group medical practice at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine is growing! We are seeking additional faculty in Lubbock for the following areas:

  • Anesthesiology (Pediatric)
  • Dermatology
  • Internal Medicine (Cardiology, Endocrinology, Geriatrics, Infectious Disease, Rheumatology)
  • Neurology (Neuromuscular/Neurophysiology)
  • Orthopaedic Surgery (Hand)
  • Pathology
  • Pediatrics (Hematology/Oncology)
  • Psychiatry (Adult and Child/Adolescent, Program Director)
  • Surgery (Otolaryngology; general and pediatric)

Successful candidates must be board certified/eligible in their specialty areas and display a history of exemplary clinical skills. Clinical duties consist of inpatient/outpatient consultation, outpatient clinics, and possible oversight of resident physicians as needed. A wide variety of opportunities exist for involvement in the teaching of medical students, clinical research, and continuing medical education. Candidates should have qualifications necessary for faculty appointment and for licensure in Texas.

Texas Tech Physicians of Lubbock is a Joint Commission accredited, medical school-based practice comprising 13 specialty departments with more than 200 physicians providing care to some 88,000 patients annually.

Lubbock, Texas is a growing city of more than 200,000 citizens on the South Plains of the Texas Panhandle. The region has a diverse economy with strong influence in agriculture, health care, and higher education. It is home to Texas Tech University, which provides numerous entertainment opportunities in collegiate athletics and the performing arts.

For more information regarding faculty opportunities, please contact:

Cindy Antoniello
Director of Faculty Recruitment and Referral Development
(806)743-3577
Cindy.Antoniello@ttuhsc.edu

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