Allergist/Immunologist Clinical Educator
The University of Louisville School of Medicine, Departments of Pediatrics is seeking a full time, board eligible/certified allergist/immunologist (either ABIM or ABP certified) to expand its joint allergy and immunology program. Combined certification in internal medicine and pediatrics is desirable. Rank and salary of this position will be commensurate with training and experience. Responsibility of direct outpatient care for a combined adult and pediatric population, inpatient consultative services, clinical, teaching of house staff and medical students, and some administrative duties with opportunities for leadership advancement.
The Norton Children’s Hospital and Novak Center for Children’s Health are state-of-the-art, comprehensive centers. The University of Louisville School of Medicine is an integral part of a large and growing Health Science Center that includes more than 200,000 square feet of state-of-art research space, a comprehensive standardized patient clinic and one of the largest academic medical simulation centers in the United States. The Division of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology is committed to provide high quality care for children with allergic and immunologic diseases. Some of the important services provided by Allergy and Immunology Division are as follows:
- Evaluation and treatment of children with immunodeficiency disorders
- Oversees and provides prompt evaluation for newborns that have abnormal newborn screening labs concerning for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency. The Newborn Screening Program screens all newborns in the state of Kentucky for a variety of diseases that require immediate treatment to optimize patient outcome. This includes screening for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency. The University of Louisville Division of Allergy and Immunology provides care for newborns with abnormal screening from the entire western half of the state.
- Evaluation and management of unusual allergic conditions, such as drug allergies, severe food allergies, refractory atopic dermatitis, and chronic hives.
- Participation in multi-disciplinary clinics in the Novak Center for Children’s Health, including Severe Asthma Clinic and Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders Clinic.
Inquiries can be directed to:
In K. Kim, MD, MBA
571 South Floyd Street
Department of Pediatrics
Louisville, KY 40202