UT-Regional One Physicians, a partnership between Regional One Health and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, is seeking candidates for faculty members who will provide care in the Memphis community. Openings include:
- Anesthesiology Physician, level of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
- Neuromuscular Clinician, academic title based on qualifications
- Night Radiologist, level of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
- Reproductive Endocrinologist, level of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
- Rheumatologist, level of Assistant Professor
The Anesthesiology Physician will join the faculty of a leading program in the Southeast. Clinical, research and administrative duties are available, and areas of interest include General Anesthesiology, OB/GYN, Chronic Pain and General, Trauma and Critical Care.
The Neuromuscular Clinician position is part of an expanding Neurology Department and is ideal for an enthusiastic clinician who enjoys EMG/NCV and complex patients and embraces teaching residents and students. The position entails time in the neuro-diagnostics lab, hands-on patient care and available protected research time.
A Night Radiologist will work overnight shifts with seven nights on and 14 days off, handling a case mix of approximately 50 percent plain films and the rest CT, US and MRI. No Mammography or IR is involved.
The Reproductive Endocrinologist will join a growing IVF practice. Candidates must have completed a Fellowship or be on track to complete a Fellowship in 2019. Two years’ experience as a Reproductive Endocrinologist is preferred.
The Rheumatologist will be part of a Division of Connective Tissue Diseases with a rich tradition of excellence in education, research and patient care. In additional to inpatient and outpatient duties, the position includes supervising rheumatology fellows.
Compensation for these positions is highly competitive with excellent retirement matching benefits.
Regional One Health and the UT Health Science Center lead the largest academic physician group in the Mid-South. UT Regional One Physicians brings together physician leaders, health system management and innovation to help meet community healthcare needs in an evolving environment.
UT Regional One Physicians provides the ideal physician and hospital model while maintaining a commitment to an academic mission and improving the health of the community. It is physician led, ensuring providers have the support they need to provide the best patient care. System management by Regional One Health provides opportunities for synergies and best practice in administration and process improvement for positive patient experiences, and UTHSC involvement as the academic partner provides research and innovation that can lead to better outcomes.