The Department of Pediatrics at East Tennessee State University seeks a full time pediatric neurologist to expand its outpatient and inpatient clinical services at the new Niswonger Children's Hospital. The position will be the second neurologist in the department and the goals of the division will be to offer a comprehensive range of services for the region. Open rank (clinical or convertible to tenure track) depending on qualifications and experience.
The Department of Pediatrics, Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, along with Niswonger Children's Hospital, is recruiting physicians in multiple specialty areas. The department is growing to meet the needs of over 230,000 children in four states. ETSU, a diverse university of over 16,000 students, has a College of Medicine with 72 medical students per year. The Department of Pediatrics also has an outstanding residency program.
We believe that seeing a kite lift from the ground and flutter in the breeze is a sign of hope and healing. The children and teens we serve at Niswonger Children’s Hospital are the future of this region. We work every day to be the place that makes kites fly, to help and heal the young people of this region – and, ultimately, to make hope rise.
High tech and welcoming
As the only children’s hospital in the region, Niswonger Children’s Hospital offers you state-of-the-art medical care in a family-centered environment.
Our cheerful and bright hospital is designed to let children receive excellent care in a light-filled, supportive and high-tech environment.
Our pediatric-trained physicians and team members provide exceptional medical care, using the latest technology.
Designed for families
We recognize that caring for a hospitalized child involves the entire family. That is why our hospital was designed with families in mind.
Pediatric patients need spaces to play, grow and heal, while caregivers need space to rest, relax and recharge.
We invite you to take advantage of the many amenities and family support areas available at Niswonger Children’s Hospital, as well as at our parent hospital, Johnson City Medical Center.
Children’s Resource Center
We believe healthy communities start with healthy children. The Children’s Resource Center aims to improve community health by investing in the health of children and their families through targeted outreach and support programs.
We work with healthcare providers, schools and community agencies to engage children and families in healthy behaviors, help them navigate through complex health challenges, and connect them to resources and support networks that can best meet their needs.
Children’s Miracle Network
Every year more than 10 million kids in North America enter hospitals like Niswonger Children’s. And these hospitals rely on community donations and support.
That’s why Ballad Health and Niswonger Children’s are proud to serve as the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals affiliate for our region. This continues a longstanding partnership – more than 30 years – that has significantly expanded pediatric services across Southwest Virginia and Upper East Tennessee.
Donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals stay local to fund life-saving pediatric medical equipment and help your friends and neighbors.
Ballad Health is an integrated healthcare system serving 29 counties of Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Northwest North Carolina and Southeast Kentucky. Our system was created to improve the health of the people we serve.
Ballad Health operates a family of 21 hospitals, including three tertiary medical centers, a dedicated children’s hospital, community hospitals, three critical access hospitals, a behavioral health hospital, an addiction treatment facility, long-term care facilities, home care and hospice services, retail pharmacies, outpatient services and a comprehensive medical management corporation.
At Ballad Health, we’re completely invested in our communities because we’re your neighbors, and this is our community, too. We’re here to listen to you and address your unique needs – and we’ll always be accountable.
Bustling with a population of more than 60,000, Johnson City lies just west of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northeast Tennessee. The rugged beauty of the Appalachians surrounds the thriving city that encompasses all of Washington County and parts of Carter and Sullivan counties.
It is known for its rich history (Daniel Boone, Al Capone and railroads), cultural heritage (bluegrass music, quilts and storytelling), outdoor adventure area (hiking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing) and beautiful lakes and mountain vistas. Yet, the eighth largest city in Tennessee also boasts diverse economic and educational opportunities and has become a regional hub for health care, including medical and pharmacy schools associated with East Tennessee State University. The city is also home to a beautiful and historic Veterans Administration campus and hospital.
Food, crafts, music and other entertainment abound at the area’s many annual events such as the Blue Plum Festival (June), Pepsi Independence Day Celebration (July 4), Umoja Festival (August), the Taste of Johnson City (September), the Storytelling Festival (October). Local bands bring the nights alive at popular downtown locations. Exciting day trips to Asheville, Knoxville, Gatlinburg and the ski areas of North Carolina are about an hour away.
All this, an excellent economy and one of the lowest costs of living in the U.S. led Forbes magazine to list Johnson City as one of the “Best Small Cities for Business and Careers.” Kiplinger’s named it one of the “10 Least Expensive Cities for Living in the U.S.A.” Residents and visitors alike are drawn to the big city opportunities and small town atmosphere of Johnson City, a one-of-a-kind town. For more information about the area go to visitjohnsoncitytn.com.
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