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Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pathology, Hematology

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) in conjunction with IU Health Physicians (IUHP), is seeking an academic hematopathologist to join its expanding faculty.

The individual selected will be part of the Division of Hematopathology that provides expert diagnostic and consultative services to Indiana University Health (IU Health) which includes Methodist Hospital, Indiana University Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children, IU Health West, IU Health North, IU Health Arnett, and a number of smaller hospitals. The division also serves Eskenazi Health and the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center. The successful candidate will join a collaborative group of hematopathologists with sign-out activities based in a central location, the IU Health Pathology Laboratory (IUHPL) in the downtown Indianapolis campus. The academic rank is open and will be determined by qualifications and level of experience.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide diagnostic services including sign-out of tissue hematopathology, flow cytometry, peripheral blood, and fluids, molecular hematopathology and/or coagulation.
  • Pursue clinical and translational research.
  • Actively participate in educational activities including ACGME-accredited and non-accredited trainees
  • Laboratory leadership responsibilities are available for qualified candidates

Our Ideal Candidate:

  • Is academically-oriented.
  • Will take advantage of outstanding opportunities for translational and collaborative research.
  • Interest in lymphoma diagnostics is desirable 

Qualifications:

  • Applicants must be certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
  • Applicants must also be qualified for medical licensure in the state of Indiana
  • Fellowship in Hematopathology
  • Doctorate or Terminal degree is required


Location: Carmel, IN - Specialty: Palliative Medicine

Indiana University Health Physicians, in collaboration with Indiana University School of Medicine, is recruiting a compassionate and patient-focused Palliative Care Physician to collaborate with our highly skilled, well-established teams at IU Health North Hospital in the desirable suburb of Carmel, Indiana. Key clinical responsibilities include seeing patients, leading family meetings, writing orders and notes. This collegial Physician will care for our most vulnerable population, managing symptoms that are disturbing to patients and their loved ones.

Position Details:

  • Schedule: Monday through Friday (dayshift) 8am to 4pm
  • Inpatient (100%) - average census is 40 visits per week
  • On-Call: via phone only

Qualifications:

  • Candidate must be American Board Eligible or Board Certified
  • Palliative Care fellowship training required

Benefits:

  • We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes group insurance (health, dental, life, disability), 401K, and occurrence-based malpractice insurance coverage
  • Vital WorkLife concierge program  


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pediatric, Adolescent Medicine

Riley Children's Health at Indiana University Health and Indiana University School of Medicine are seeking a board certified/eligible adolescent medicine physician to provide patient care and serve as a clinical educator. Enjoy being part of a larger, multidisciplinary practice as the adolescent medicine team routinely works with other Riley specialties, including cardiology, hematology, oncology, child development, diabetes, endocrinology, and pediatric/adolescent gynecology. 

Being one of nine HRSA Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) funded programs we also help educate and train interdisciplinary students at all levels of their post graduate and graduate trainings. 

Position Highlights:

  • Provide specialized care based on interests, including but not limited to
    • Charis Center for Eating Disorders - the state's most comprehensive program offering the full array of medical, psychological and family services for patients with eating disorders
    • Riley Gender Health Program - the only program in Indiana to meet the needs of transgender and gender non-binary children and adolescents
    • Adolescent Gynecology, Reproductive Healthcare, and LARCs – our specialists evaluate and treat a variety of gynecological conditions, partner with other subspecialty clinics for embedded care in cardiology, nephrology, hematology and oncology, consult with patients and faculty about fertility preservation for adolescents with complex illnesses, and LARC placement and removal in our outpatient clinics as well as under sedation. 
  • Opportunities to participate in medical student, resident, and subspeciality education as well as research and advocacy
  • Work-life balance with a standard schedule of Monday-Friday for clinic, located at the Riley Children's Health Pediatric Care Center
  • Consult services during shared call coverage at Riley Hospital for Children
  • Comprehensive benefits package including group insurance (health, dental, life, disability), 401k with company match, vacation, relocation assistance and occurrence-based malpractice insurance coverage starting the first day of employment.  Call or text for compensation information.

Qualifications:

  • BC/BE pediatrics and adolescent medicine. 
  • New graduates or experienced physicians welcome to apply
  • Physician MD/DO licensed in Indiana or eligible


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pediatric, Allergy and Immunology

 The Division of Pediatric Pulmonology, Allergy/ Immunology, and Sleep Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine / Riley Hospital for Children is recruiting a full-time outpatient allergist. IUSM is the largest medical school in the country and has the only academic allergy-immunology program in the state.  

Position and Program Highlights:

  • The Division is ranked among the top eight pediatric programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report
  • Candidates may opt to see a mix of pediatric and adult patients or focus on one age range only.
  • Join six board certified allergists and two advanced practice providers
  • Indiana's only multidisciplinary program for eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases
  • Partnership with the Indiana Department of Health for analysis of all abnormal newborn screenings for severe combined immune deficiencies (SCIDs)
  • Recognized for distinction in clinical care by Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE). Our division performs hundreds of food challenges annually.   
  • Specialized services offered through High Risk Asthma Program, Center for Immune Dysregulation, and Immuogenetics Program.
  • Dedicated to advancement through research and various studies: a multicenter clinical study through PARK, DBV peanut patch studies for toddlers, and oral immunotherapy peanut allergy trials for Palforzia.
  • Clinician-educator faculty appointment, with benefits through IU School of Medicine
  • Full-time outpatient position with nice work/life balance of limited in-house call requirement and equitable monthly home call rotation

Qualifications:

  • BC/BE in internal medicine or pediatrics, and allergy/immunology fellowship
  • Indiana medical license, or ability to obtain


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pediatric, Developmental Behavioral

The nationally ranked Riley Hospital for Children is seeking a patient-focused Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrician to collaborate with our highly skilled teams in a primarily outpatient setting.  Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health has the expertise, experience and resources to care for infants and children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, including those who may have co-occurring behavioral or emotional concerns. 

Employment Details

  • Full-time position with strong work/life balance supported by standard schedule & negotiable call schedule
  • Practice at the newly renovated Pediatric Care Center in downtown Indianapolis with opportunities for outreach at other IU Health sites
  • Faculty appointment with the IU School of Medicine with opportunity to be the clinician educator of medical students, nurse practitioner students, residents & fellows

Comprehensive Benefits (including but not limited to):

  • group insurance (health, dental, life, disability)
  • 401k with company match
  • PTO 
  • relocation assistance
  • occurrence-based malpractice insurance coverage

Qualifications:

  • Board Certified/Board Eligible in Pediatrics 
  • Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics or Neurodevelopmental Disabilities fellowship preferred 
  • New graduates or experienced physicians
  • Physician MD/DO licensed in Indiana or eligible for medical licensure in Indiana
  • Ideal candidate will be dedicated to care & treatment of children with disabilities; ability to think on individual & population level; ability to work in teams with patient- & family-centered focus

See how you can thrive, right here at Indiana University Health


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pathology, Dermatopathology

Due to a retirement, the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine in conjunction with IU Health Physicians, are recruiting an experienced dermatopathologist to fulfill the role of director of dermatopathology.
The individual selected will be based at the IU Health Central Pathology Laboratory (IUHPL).  Anatomic pathology is now comprised of over fifty pathologists, with a plan for continued expansion. The dermatopathology division has 6 board certified dermatopathologists and serves 8 hospitals in the IU Health Hospital system and Eskenazi Health (affiliate county hospital).  The dermatopathology division supports a comprehensive dermatopathology fellowship training program for up to 2 fellows per year.  A team of 9 certified pathologist assistants and 2 grossing technicians serve as support to the anatomic pathology faculty including dermatopathology.  The ability to recruit and attract top talent to the growing department has been strong over the past 18 months. The ideal candidate will arrive at a freshly renovated histology and immunohistochemistry laboratories designed to accommodate the integration of digital pathology into the practice. Pathologists also have open access to a research histology/immunochemistry pathology core for clinical and translational endeavors.  These factors afford our new director of dermatopathology the rare opportunity to build and innovate.

The department is a strong proponent of career development and professional growth.  As a result, this position will have strong mentoring support from the chair and vice chairs in the department. 

This position is available on the clinical track: academic rank is determined by qualifications and level of experience.

Responsibilities:  

  • Set strategy and policy for dermatopathology for the health system
  • Drive change and implement new technologies and practices in the department
  • Clearly communicate expectations and changes to dermatopathology faculty
  • Oversee pathology sign-out service of 6 dermatopathology faculty
  • Provide direction of dermatopathology services at 8 hospitals within the IU Health System plus the affiliated county hospital (Eskenazi Hospital)
  • Teach medical students, residents, and fellows, including 2 dermatopathology fellows

Qualifications:

  • Doctorate or terminal degree
  • American Board Certified in anatomic pathology or anatomic and clinical pathology; also boarded in dermatopathology
  • Experience with quality assurance, inspection, accreditation process. employee relations and scheduling
  • Able to obtain IN license 


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pathology, Surgical

Due to a promotion, the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine in conjunction with IU Health Physicians, are recruiting an experienced surgical pathologist to fulfill the role of director of surgical pathology.
The individual selected will be based at the IU Health Central Pathology Laboratory (IUHPL).  Anatomic pathology is currently comprised of fifty-four pathologists, with a plan for continued expansion. The ideal candidate will be arriving at a freshly renovated histology and immunohistochemistry laboratories designed to accommodate the integration of digital pathology into the practice. These factors afford our new director of surgical pathology the rare opportunity to build and innovate.

The department is a strong proponent of career development and professional growth in role. As a result, this position will have strong mentoring support from the chair and vice chairs in the department. The chosen incumbent will be offered the ability to select a department funded leadership coach that is external to the institution. This coach will provide professional development, mentoring, and will serve as an independent aid in learning and development. In addition, this position has the benefit of an endowed professorship to support work in the tripartite mission. 

This position is available on the clinical track: academic rank is determined by qualifications and level of experience.

Responsibilities:  

  • Set strategy and policy for surgical pathology for the health system
  • Drive change and implement new technologies and practices in the department
  • Clearly communicate expectations and changes to surgical pathology faculty
  • Work with IU Health leadership to plan for the capital purchases and investments required to implement digital pathology
  • Oversee a surgical pathology sign-out service of 35 surgical pathology faculty
  • Provide direction of surgical pathology services at 8 hospitals within the IU Health System
  • Teach medical students, residents, and fellows

Qualifications:

  • Doctorate or terminal degree
  • American BC-anatomic and clinical pathology
  • Experience with quality assurance, inspection, accreditation process. employee relations and scheduling
  • Able to obtain IN license 


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pediatric, Adolescent Medicine

Riley Hospital for Children and Indiana University School of Medicine are seeking a board certified/eligible adolescent medicine physician to provide patient care and serve as a clinical educator. Enjoy being part of a larger, multidisciplinary practice as the adolescent medicine team routinely works with other Riley specialties, including cardiology, hematology, oncology, child development, diabetes, endocrinology, and pediatric/adolescent gynecology. 

The Charis Center for Eating Disorders is Indiana's most comprehensive treatment facility for children, adolescents and adults. We have been helping individuals and families with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and avoidant restrictive food intake disorder since 2003.  We offer multiple levels of care, including outpatient, intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs. We also offer various types of psychotherapy, such as individual, group and family therapy.

Being one of nine HRSA Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) funded programs, we also help educate and train interdisciplinary students at all levels of their post graduate and graduate trainings. 

Position Details:

  • Work-life balance with a standard schedule of Monday-Friday outpatient practice at the Riley Pediatric Care Center 
  • Consult services during shared call coverage at Riley Hospital for Children
  • Provide specialized care based on interests, including but not limited to:
    • Charis Center for Eating Disorders - the state's most comprehensive program offering the full array of medical, psychological and family services for patients with eating disorders
    • Riley Gender Health Program - the only program in Indiana to meet the needs of transgender and gender non-binary children and adolescents
    • Adolescent Gynecology & Reproductive Healthcare - our specialists evaluate and treat a variety of gynecological conditions as well as consulting with patients and families about fertility preservation for adolescents with complex illnesses
  • Comprehensive benefits package including group insurance (health, dental, life, disability), 401k with company match, PTO, relocation assistance and occurrence-based malpractice insurance coverage starting the first day of employment.  Call or text for compensation information.

Qualifications:

  • BC/BE pediatrics and adolescent medicine. 
  • New graduates or experienced physicians welcome to apply
  • Physician MD/DO licensed in Indiana or eligible


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pathology, Neuropathology

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSOM) in conjunction with IU Health Physicians, is seeking a neuropathologist with strong diagnostic skills to join our team.  This individual will be based at the IU Health Central Pathology Laboratory (IUHPL).  The neuropathology division is part of robust, subspecialized anatomic pathology group of greater than 50 pathologists with a plan for expansion.    This division serves 10 hospitals within the IU Health network, Eskenazi Health and Roudebush VA Medical Center resulting in an excellent case mix.  Pediatric neuropathology is associated with Riley Children's Health, the only comprehensive pediatric hospital in the state with an active neurosurgery service.  This division supports comprehensive neuropathology fellowship training program for up to 2 fellows per year.   The division also supports the academic and research missions of the IUSOM which includes the Stark Neuroscience Center, Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Center and IU Health Neuroscience Center. 

Responsibilities

  • Deliver professional diagnostic services within neuropathology
  • Provide on-call coverage and conference support with department faculty members
  • Actively participate in educational activities with medical students, residents, and fellows, including 1-2 neuropathology 
  • Broad range of specimens: robust adult and pediatric neuropathology, muscle and nerve biopsies, ophthalmic and autopsy pathology

IUHPL and Department Highlights:

  • The department is in a growth phase, backed by institutional financial support
  • IUHPL is located in a 150,000 square foot dedicated central laboratory building
  • Environment that provides the ability to collaborate with a diverse cadre of subspecialized pathologists
  • Processed over 115,000 cases through central histology laboratory in 2022
  • Stable environment with excellent retention practices and professional growth opportunities
  • Strong support for translational research and clinical research activities
  • Please call for compensation

Qualifications:

  • Fellowship trained in neuropathology, Board Certified with 3 years of experience
  • Eligible for licensure in the state of IN
  • MD, DO or equivalent education 


Location: Muncie, IN - Specialty: Otolaryngology, General

Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Physicians has an employment opportunity for an Otolaryngologist to join their supportive and & collegial practice, in Muncie Indiana. When you join our team, you are joining the best in Indiana.

Employment Opportunity Details

  • Full time
  • Collegial, quality focused, supportive, and excellent referral relationships within the group.
    • Experienced NP who supports all surgeons
    • engaged clinical staff with low turnover 
  • Large multispecialty group in a single hospital community
  • 80% outpatient / 20% inpatient
  • Perform surgeries in main OR and surgery center 1-2 days a week 
  • Procedures- tonsils and adenoids, sinus surgery, septoplasty, thyroids, tubes, biopsies, tongue ties 
  • Established patient base 
  • Call schedule: 1 in 4 rotations 
  • Works collaboratively with referring providers, hospitalists, and emergency physician teams

Minimum job requirements (qualifications)

  • Board Eligible or Board Certified in Otolaryngology
  • Physician MD/DO licensed in Indiana or eligible for medical licensure in Indiana
  • Visa sponsorship available; H-1B, J1 (2025 only)

Call or text for compensation details 


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pediatric, Emergency Medicine (PEM)

We are seeking a bold, experienced, visionary leader for Division Chief, Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Riley Hospital for Children.  The division chief will have a unique opportunity; to articulate and execute a vision that will improve the health of children. The division is a strong one, housed within the department of Emergency Medicine, school and health system committed to excellence in every area of the tripartite mission. 

Position Details

  • 50% clinical and 50% academic 
  • This individual will have the privilege and responsibility to lead an amazing group of 32 pediatric emergency medicine faculty members who staff the emergency departments at Riley Hospital for Children and IU Health North
  • Oversees fellowship program and combined residency training program 
  • Lead academic and clinical missions
  • Dual employment with IU Health Physicians and IU School of Medicine 

Qualifications:

  • Must be Board Certified or Board Eligible in either Pediatric Emergency Medicine or in both EM and Pediatrics EM and Pediatrics (combined or sequential)
  • We are seeking someone who would qualify to be hired at the rank of associate or full professor 
  • Background in leadership, scholarship and teaching 
  • demonstrated leadership ability and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. 

Call or text for compensation details 

See how you can thrive, right here at Indiana University Health


Location: Fishers , IN - Specialty: Pediatric, Emergency Medicine (PEM)

Want to provide challenging and meaningful work for the good of every patient? Join our growing and compassionate team at Indiana University Health. We are seeking a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician to collaborate with our highly skilled teams at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis and Riley at IU North in Carmel, IN.  This opportunity provides a higher acuity pediatric trauma center and also a growing community practice setting as this physician will split time equally between both hospitals.

Position Details

  • Full-Time
  • Flexible quarterly scheduling
  • Higher acuity pediatric trauma center, high volume acuity academic center and community settings
  • Nice variety of patient populations in our academic health centers and our community hospital
  • Clinical and Academic components 
  • Dual employment with IU Health Physicians and IU School of Medicine

Qualifications:

  • Must be Board Certified or Board Eligible in both EM and Pediatrics (combined or sequential)

See how you can thrive, right here at Indiana University Health
  


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Otolaryngology, General

Riley Pediatric ENT is seeking a Chief of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery to join our establish practice located in Indianapolis, Indiana.  We are seeking a experienced, visionary leader to help us improve the lives of all children in the state of Indiana and beyond.  Our ENT division is a well-established team who is experienced, works collaboratively and continues to be committed to excellence in every area.

Position Details

  • 90% Outpatient 
  • 10% Inpatient
  • Opportunities for research - clinical/industry sponsored trials and bench lab research
  • Teaching opportunities, working with residents and fellows 

Qualifications:

  • Must be Board Certified
  • Demonstrate leadership ability and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pathology, Surgical

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine in conjunction with IU Health Physicians, are expanding its team as it transitions to a subspecialized service.  The department is seeking to jointly recruit a surgical pathologist with subspecialist expertise in Head and Neck pathology, to join its faculty.  Those experienced in a second subspeciality area will be considered as well.  The Pathologists will be based at the IU Health Central Pathology Laboratory (IUHPL) located in downtown Indianapolis.  The Pathology team serves 10 hospitals within the IU Health Network and Eskenazi Health.  Anatomic pathology is currently comprised of 55 pathologists, with this expansion plan adding additional subspecialized pathologists. The academic rank of the appointment will be determined by qualifications and level of experience.  

Responsibilities

  • Deliver professional diagnostic services within anatomic pathology
  • Provide on-call coverage and conference support with department faculty members
  • Actively participate in educational activities with medical students, residents, and fellows

IUHPL and Department Highlights:

  • The department is in a growth phase, backed by institutional financial support
  • IUHPL is located in a 150,000 square foot dedicated central laboratory building
  • Environment that provides the ability to collaborate with a diverse cadre of subspecialized pathologists
  • Processed over 115,000 cases through central histology laboratory in 2022
  • Stable environment with excellent retention practices and professional growth opportunities
  • Strong support for translational research and clinical research activities
  • Please call for compensation

Qualifications:

  • Must be board certified in anatomic pathology or anatomic and clinical pathology
  • Must be qualified for licensure in the state of IN
  • MD, DO or equivalent education 
  • Ideal candidate has three to five years of post-fellowship experience


Location: Indianapolis, IN - Specialty: Pathology, Surgical

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine in conjunction with IU Health Physicians, are expanding its team as it transitions to a subspecialized service.  The department is seeking to jointly recruit surgical pathologists with subspecialist expertise in Gastrointestinal pathology, to join its faculty.  Those experienced in a second subspeciality area or immunohistochemistry will be considered as well.  The Pathologists will be based at the IU Health Central Pathology Laboratory (IUHPL) located in downtown Indianapolis.  The Pathology team serves 10 hospitals within the IU Health Network and Eskenazi Health.  Anatomic pathology is currently comprised of 55 pathologists, with this expansion plan adding additional subspecialized pathologists. The academic rank of the appointment will be determined by qualifications and level of experience.  

Responsibilities

  • Deliver professional diagnostic services within anatomic pathology
  • Provide on-call coverage and conference support with department faculty members
  • Actively participate in educational activities with medical students, residents, and fellows

IUHPL and Department Highlights:

  • The department is in a growth phase, backed by institutional financial support
  • IUHPL is located in a 150,000 square foot dedicated central laboratory building
  • Environment that provides the ability to collaborate with a diverse cadre of subspecialized pathologists
  • Processed over 115,000 cases through central histology laboratory in 2022
  • Stable environment with excellent retention practices and professional growth opportunities
  • Strong support for translational research and clinical research activities
  • Please call for compensation

Qualifications:

  • Must be board certified in anatomic pathology or anatomic and clinical pathology
  • Must be qualified for licensure in the state of IN
  • MD, DO or equivalent education 
  • Ideal candidate has three to five years of post-fellowship experience

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