Posting Note: The Division of Urology at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, seeks a full time, board certified Urologist with Pediatric Urology Subspecialty Certification and 2-5 years of post-fellowship experience preferred to join the existing division of 6 faculty, 3 advanced practice providers. The candidate will be an integral and interactive member of the Division of Urology and participate in providing direct patient care on and inpatient and outpatient basis including subspecialty consultations, follow-ups and the management of urology patients.
Education is an important aspect of the position. Candidates will support the medical education programs and activities of the division, including education of young surgeons and pediatricians. All of our surgeons hold teaching appointments with the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Creighton University School of Medicine.
The Urology Division at Phoenix Children's Hospital is the largest pediatric urology specialty group in the southwestern United States and are recognized for their special expertise in treating the urological problems of neonates, infants, children and teenagers. Notable programs are the Pediatric Enuresis Center. The first enuresis clinic in Arizona directed by pediatric urologists dedicated to treating the specialized enuresis problems of children and teenagers. The Reproductive Anomalies & Disorders of Sexual Development Clinic the only program in the region that provides a comprehensive approach to caring for children who are born with a malformation of the reproductive system. The multidisciplinary clinic combines the experience of subspecialists in the fields of general surgery, urology, gynecology, endocrinology and psychology to diagnose and treat pediatric patients.
Applicants should have the ability to work with teams on patient focused, division-centric, and hospital wide initiatives.
Physician shall provide the patient care services for which he/she is clinically privileged. Physician shall assist the chief with the administration and coordination of all divisional activities.