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Eating Disorder Psychologist
Atrium Wake Forest Baptist Health
Atrium Wake Forest Baptist Heath is seeking a compassionate and dedicated full time Pediatric Eating Disorder Psychologist or therapist to provide specialized therapeutic services to children and adolescents diagnosed with eating disorders. This role requires a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by this patient population. You will be working closely on a team that includes an Adolescent Medicine specialist who has expertise in eating disorders.
Adolescent Medicine Specialist Physician
CHOC -- Children's Hospital of Orange County
CHOC Medical Group is looking for a dynamic, full-time Adolescent Medicine Specialist with strong clinical and teaching skills to join a growing program at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), a premier healthcare system based in Southern California. CHOC is exclusively committed to the health and well- being of children through clinical expertise, advocacy, outreach and research that brings advanced treatment to pediatric patients.
The position is primarily clinical, providing outpatient specialty care services for 13- to 21-year-olds from the local community and throughout the county. Outpatient specialty care services include eating disorder and transgender care with a multidisciplinary team, reproductive health, mental health, LGBT health, and other consultation in adolescent medicine. In addition to outpatient services, the adolescent specialist will provide inpatient consultation services as requested by the local hospitalist team. Academic opportunities abound, with teaching and precepting responsibilities for CHOC pediatric residents as well as fellows from various disciplines. Research is encouraged but not required. The successful candidate will help set direction for adolescent medicine program growth and expansion.
Located less than 5 miles from Disneyland, we can make all your Adolescent Medicine dreams come true (well maybe not all, but most, or at least many—hey, you never know until you check it out).
Come visit the CHOC booth in person at the meeting!
Minimum Requirements: Board Certified/Eligible in Adolescent Medicine; CA Medical License

Pay Type: Salary Min Hiring Rate: $205,000.00 Max Hiring Rate: $255,000.00
Salary stated above is inclusive of annual bonus opportunity.

For More Information or Consideration Contact:
William Adelman, MD – Medical Director, PCN, 714-509-9409 or or contact Human Resources at

Medical Director - Gender Program
Ann &Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital
We are looking for a dynamic MD or DO (or equivalent) faculty member to join our team in a leadership role to assume the helm as Medical Director of our Gender Program. This is a faculty position and program of the utmost importance to our division’s and hospital’s mission. At a time when such care and programs face a great deal of sociopolitical challenges, Lurie Children’s is steadfast in commitment to providing the highest quality care to all gender diverse children and transgender adolescents. Since 2013, our program has been a regional and national leader with a large, interdisciplinary team. The faculty position comes with ample protected time for the administrative role as well as opportunity for clinical, academic and research growth.

See link:
Clinical Faculty - Austin Community Health Hub
Ann & Robert H. Lurie
We are seeking an adolescent sub-board eligible/certified pediatrician, family medicine physician, or internist to join our team as an attending physician at a new and exciting community-based practice in the Austin neighborhood on Chicago’s West Side. Austin is one of the City’s 77 community areas, the third largest in Chicago by population, with Chicago census data indicating that nearly 80% of the residents are Black/African American. The Austin Community Health Hub at Lurie Children’s Hospital will focus on advancing health equity on the West Side of Chicago. This new initiative’s vision is the creation of a healing, welcoming space for youth and families to seek clinical care and community-based services. Based on a potential candidate’s experience and interest, this faculty role can MAY also have added protected time to help oversee and lead a growing cadre of community initiatives within our division. See link:
Director, Hypermobility Clinic
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
The Division of Adolescent and Transition Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital seeks a Director for its Hypermobility Clinic. Strong foundational leadership skills, exceptional professionalism, fostering a culture of inclusion, and burgeoning clinical expertise or interest in hypermobility disorders are essential. This provider will lead the division’s newly acquired hypermobility clinic which serves adolescents up to the age of 22 years with hypermobility disorders. This position includes emphasis on skill development and refinement. The Director will receive mentorship and leadership training to help them grow the clinical program. The Director may hold a joint appointment in another clinical division, depending on their other clinical areas of focus and board eligibility or certification.


Faculty would qualify for a faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. However, faculty rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The ideal candidates have demonstrated excellence in clinical care, leadership, education, and/or research and are:
MD’s or DO’s

Board Certified/ Board Eligible in General Pediatrics, Internal Medicine-Pediatrics, or Family Medicine

Board Certified/ Board Eligible in Adolescent Medicine strongly preferred but not required for this role.

Please see link for more details:
Adolescent Medicine Faculty
University of Arkansas/Arkansas Children's Hospital
We are seeking a physician to join the Section of Adolescent Medicine for a faculty appointment (tenure or non-tenure track) to join a growing section committed to transforming teen health in the state of Arkansas.

Our section goal is to develop innovative and novel clinical, educational and research programs to advance care for teens. Whatever your passion, you can pursue it here!

We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated physicians who, with full support from leadership, will revolutionize health care for the youth of Arkansas. As the state’s only children’s hospital, there is tremendous potential to collaborate and transform care.

We have a fantastic team, which currently includes two board-certified adolescent medicine physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioner, dietitian, and therapist and has planned growth in clinical, research and mental health faculty in the coming years. We are expanding hospital-based inpatient and outpatient adolescent medicine consultation services, including providing services on mental health disorders, sexual and reproductive health, menstrual disorders and eating disorders for a diverse teen population, with the goals to expand into more areas based on faculty passion/expertise.

The section highly values and supports its education mission. Faculty are involved in education at all levels--from medical students to fellowship.

In these challenging times, we are committed to advocating for and advancing teen health in our state. We strongly value and champion wellness and work-life balance. Salary is competitive, benefits are excellent, and there is tremendous support for faculty development/mentorship/research. We support H-1B, J-1 Scholar, and J-1 Alien Physician foreign national employees throughout their entire employee life cycle as non-immigrants.

We'd love for you to join our team!
Adolescent Psychologist
Nemours Children's Health, FL
Nemours is seeking a full-time Adolescent Psychologist with expertise in management of Mood disorders, particularly anxiety and depression in the context marginalized identities such as Gender Dysphoria, Eating Disorders, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and limited Social Determinants of Health to join our growing team in the Divisions of Adolescent Medicine & Psychology at Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando, Florida.

This full-time Adolescent Psychologist would be the primary psychologist in our busy Adolescent Medicine Clinic. The multidisciplinary team is comprised of a board-certified adolescent medicine physician, physician’s assistant, licensed clinical social worker and nursing staff.    This psychologist will have the collegial support of a Division of Psychology comprised of 6 pediatric psychologists, 2 psychiatrists, 2 Licensed Clinical Therapists and 2 Psychology Postdoctoral Fellows in addition to 2 Neuropsychologists.

  Although this position is primarily clinical, opportunities for program development and research are available and encouraged. The position will involve a range of activities including, but not limited to interdisciplinary evaluations, inpatient consultation liaison, outpatient therapy, case conference and collaboration with schools and health care providers. Opportunities to engage in supervision and training of pediatric psychology postdoctoral fellows, psychology externs, psychiatry residents, and pediatrics residents, are also a part of this job. Mentorship will be available in pediatric psychology, supervision, and career development.  Academic appointment through the University of Central Florida is commiserate with experience and is strongly encouraged and supported.
Adolescent physician
University of Virginia
The University of Virginia’s Department of Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent Medicine, seeks candidates for a full-time faculty member at Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank. Salary, rank and tenure status are dependent upon qualifications and experience. The incumbent will see patients and mentor trainees in a variety of clinical settings that could include our Teen and Young Adult Center, Transgender Health clinic, Eating Disorders clinic, and adolescent medicine consult service. All Adolescent Medicine faculty members share call and weekend/holiday coverage. There are also exciting opportunities in the Division’s growing research, advocacy, and quality improvement activities. Candidates must have an MD or DO degree and be board-certified/board-eligible in adolescent medicine. The position requires excellent clinical and teaching skills and experience necessary to precept residents and medical students. The University of Virginia Medical Center and Children’s Hospital are located in the midst of the main university grounds of the University of Virginia. The University of Virginia is annually ranked as one of the premier public institutions in the United States and is located in Charlottesville, a picturesque small but cosmopolitan city perennially ranked as one of the best places to live in the U.S.
Adolescent Medicine Physician Faculty
Duke University
Clinician-Educator position available at Duke University.
Link: None
Research Scientist: trans and non-binary youth health and well-being
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
The principal investigator within Adolescent Medicine, PolicyLab, and the Gender and Sexuality Development Program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is seeking a Research Scientist to assist with a growing portfolio of research on improving health and well-being for transgender and non-binary children and adolescents. The research scientist will also support other related adolescent health equity research projects across Adolescent Medicine and PolicyLab. Interested candidates should email your resume and cover letter to: Nadia Dowshen, MD, MSHP at
Link: None
Adolescent Medicine Physician
West Virginia University & WVU Medicine
West Virginia University School of Medicine and the Department of Pediatrics seek an Adolescent Medicine physician (ranks available: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor). The successful candidate will be expected to practice in Morgantown, WV. About the Job: • The successful candidate will join our group of two adolescent medicine physicians, including full-time clinical and combination clinical-research faculty with funding through NIH and private funding mechanisms. • Clinical responsibilities will include seeing adolescent and young adult patients with duties that entail a mix of general adolescent clinic and participation in multidisciplinary clinics, inpatient consults, and telemedicine in collaboration with advance practice providers throughout the state. • In addition to providing excellent patient care, the successful candidate will also be actively involved in the teaching of medical students and residents. Qualifications: • Must have an MD or DO degree or foreign equivalent • Eligible for state medical license • Completion of a pediatrics, medicine/pediatrics, or family medicine residency program, as well as an adolescent medicine fellowship program • must be board certified/eligible in adolescent medicine
Assistant, Associate, Full Professor, Clinician Educator Track, Division of Adolescent Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
We seek candidates for Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor positions in the non-tenure clinician educator track. Applicants must have an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. or equivalent degree. Board certified/eligible in Pediatrics or Internal Medicine and Adolescent Medicine strongly preferred.
Teaching responsibilities may include inpatient and/or outpatient clinical and teaching responsibilities.

Clinical responsibilities may include inpatient and/or outpatient primary and specialty care in Adolescent Medicine at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and participate in clinical education of medical students, residents and fellows as a member of the Craig-Dalsimer Division of Adolescent Medicine. Multiple sites of practice are available including a primary care practice, specialty care satellite locations and inpatient units at CHOP and a behavioral health hospital. Expectations will be to develop and lead a clinical research program in Adolescent Medicine and Young Adult Health funded by career development and/or independent research funding.
Research or scholarship responsibilities may include focusing on adolescent or young adult health research in areas such as parent-teen relationships and health, eating disorders, STI and HIV care/prevention, sexual/gender minority youth, substance use, health disparities, and/or medical education. Opportunities for collaborative clinical research are available related to education, continuous quality improvement, health services, health disparities, resiliency, STIs/HIV, pregnancy prevention, smoking, substance use, gender, eating disorders, weight regulation, depression and suicide. Leadership positions in these areas may also be available. We are seeking candidates with a strong record of clinical research productivity and scholarship demonstrating a national reputation.

Assistant Professor, Academic Clinician - Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology University of Pennsylvania: Perelman School of Medicine: Perelman School of Medicine - Obstetrics and Gynecology
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia seeks candidates for an Assistant Professor position in the non-tenure academic clinician track. Expertise is required in the specific areas of obstetrics and gynecology and pediatric/adolescent gynecology. Applicants must have an M.D. or equivalent degree. Candidates must be board certified/eligible by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and have completed a fellowship in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology or have significant experience in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, with an ABOG-focused practice designation in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 

Teaching responsibilities may include clinical training and supervision of medical students and residents and participation in formal teaching curriculum.

Clinical responsibilities may include outpatient prenatal, pediatric, adolescent and adult gynecology care, labor and delivery coverage, and pediatric and adult gynecologic surgery.
The successful candidate would join a group of full-time obstetricians and gynecologists, advanced practice providers including midwives in a faculty practice at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and join the Division of Adolescent Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Excellent clinical and interpersonal skills are required. A commitment to resident and medical student education is required. The successful candidate will receive fully covered malpractice insurance and practice in a supportive environment that provides professional and personal fulfillment and career-long learning.
Adolescent Medicine Physician
St Luke's Children's
FT/PT clinical and teaching position in Boise, Idaho. Seeking BC/BE Adolescent Medicine Physician to support or Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine Clinic. Primarily OP care, with resident teaching and supervision. Inpatient consultation with Hospitalist support. Great family location, excellent work/ life balance. Strong organization support. Contact Dr John Hanks for more information. 208.794.7931
Adolescent Medicine Physician
Oregon Health & Science University
Adolescent Health – Academic Appointment Opportunity

Oregon Health & Science University is seeking a qualified pediatric, family medicine, or internal medicine physician (MD/DO) fellowship-trained in adolescent medicine to join its team. This position offers tremendous flexibility and academic opportunities while living and working in the sought-after Portland metro area.

Opportunity Highlights
· Work with pediatric residents + medical students
· Teach and practice in a clinical setting
· Practice inpatient + outpatient (majority outpatient)
· Work within a growing adolescent team with up to 5 full-time academic adolescent faculty members
· Treat patients at one of U.S. News & World Report’s top-ranked children’s hospitals in the nation
· Subspecialize—whether that is in disordered eating, mental health, chronic health, gender health, sexual + reproductive concerns, or other issues
· Work with local schools or FQHCs

Contact: Wayne Sells
Assistant/Associate Professor - Adolescent Medicine physician
Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU
The Division of Adolescent Medicine of The Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University seeks candidates for a full-time, non-tenured faculty position at the Assistant / Associate Professor level to join our dynamic team. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.

Qualified candidates should be board certified in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine or Family Medicine and BC/BE in Adolescent Medicine. The position entails responsibilities providing a full range of Adolescent Medicine care in an ambulatory setting in addition to educating and training residents in a dedicated outpatient clinic. Research is not required, however, this position includes ample opportunities for community outreach, advocacy, quality improvement activities and scholarly projects, as well as collaboration with Adolescent Gynecology, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, and other sub-specialty services. Candidates with special interest in mental/behavioral health, disordered eating behaviors, and substance use management are highly encouraged to apply.

Our Children’s Pavilion for outpatient services opened in March 2016. Our Division provides comprehensive, high quality, and accessible primary and specialized care to address the developmental needs of adolescents and young adults ages 12-22 years, including providing wellness services and addressing acute/chronic medical problems, reproductive health concerns, and behavioral/psychosocial issues. Additionally, our division provides medical services in a variety of community settings, including juvenile detention centers, multi-specialty outpatient satellite clinic, and a residential behavioral treatment program.

Interested candidates please apply directly at The job number is F53160. Inquiries may be directed to:

Erin Flexon
Faculty Employment Coordinator

Adolescent Medicine Specialist
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Department of Pediatrics seeks to hire an Adolescent Medicine specialist to join the Adolescent Medicine Section in the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at UNC. Applicants should be board-certified or board-eligible in Adolescent Medicine. This position is an open-rank, fixed term faculty position appointed in the School of Medicine at UNC Chapel Hill.

As a faculty member, this person will join a program that includes board certified Adolescent Medicine specialists, nurse practitioners, LCSWs, and other physicians with interest in adolescent health. The specialist will provide outpatient care at Raleigh and/or Chapel Hill clinical settings. Additionally, the Adolescent Program provides medical care at a youth detention center, youth psychiatric inpatient facility, and a hematology-adolescent medicine clinic for menstrual disorders as well as sickle cell disease. The Adolescent Program also works collaboratively with an eating disorder treatment center, a gender wellness Clinic, and a diagnostic clinic with a high proportion of adolescents with functional syndromes. Opportunities to expand to the outpatient specialty collaborative clinics as well as offer inpatient consultative care at UNC Children’s Hospital.

In addition to clinical programs, the division and institution have important research activities and medical education in adolescent health. Research interests in the adolescent medicine section include evaluation of the impact of telehealth services on adolescent consent and confidentiality, use of adolescent-friendly decision-making tools related to contraceptive options and evaluation of factors impacting reproductive health autonomy in adolescents. The Gillings School of Public Health and the Sheps Center for Health Services Research also offer opportunities for broader adolescent health research. Faculty may also have medical education efforts, such as teaching, curriculum oversight and rotation supervision.

Adolescent Medicine Physician
Providence Medical Group
Full time clinical physician with teaching opportunities. Primarily outpatient with some inpatient care. Multidisciplinary experience, like LEAH training, is helpful with collaborative community partnerships. Join a Children’s Hospital and many pediatric subspecialists serving Eastern Washington and surrounding region. Great area for 4 season activities. Learn more about this opportunity! Contact physician recruiter Joe Imatani at or Ponrat Pakpreo, MD, MPH at
Adolescent Psychologist
Kaiser Permanente Washington
Kaiser Permanente-Washington is seeking an Adolescent Psychologist to join The Adolescent Center, an interdisciplinary team of Adolescent Medicine specialists, master level therapists, and child and adolescent psychiatric clinicians.

This position is 0.5 FTE at the Factoria Medical Center in Bellevue. However, eligible applicants interested in full-time employment are encouraged to apply as other child and adolescent FTE at KP-WPMG exists. Telehealth care opportunities exist.

The Adolescent Center provides a range of comprehensive, integrated medical and mental health care including gender affirming care and outpatient treatment of eating disorders.
Adolescent Medicine Specialist
CHOC Medical Group is looking for a dynamic, full-time Adolescent Medicine Specialist with strong clinical and teaching skills to join a growing program at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), a premier healthcare system based in Southern California. The position is primarily clinical, providing outpatient specialty care services for 13- to 21-year-olds from the local community and throughout the county. Outpatient specialty care services include eating disorder and transgender care with a multidisciplinary team, reproductive health, mental health, LGBT health, and other consultation in adolescent medicine. In addition to outpatient services, the adolescent specialist will provide inpatient consultation services as requested by the local hospitalist team. Academic opportunities abound, with teaching and precepting responsibilities for CHOC pediatric residents as well as fellows from various disciplines. Research is encouraged but not required. The successful candidate will help set direction for adolescent medicine program growth and expansion.
Adolescent Medicine Locums
Kaiser Permanente Washington
Kaiser Permanente-Washington Permanente Medical Group- is seeking a 0.5 FTE Adolescent Medicine Physician, Salaried Locums to join our team on a short-term basis. Start date negotiable.
We are seeking an Adolescent Medicine physician to join our interdisciplinary team which includes colleagues from the disciplines of psychology, mental health counseling, nursing, child psychiatry, and nutrition. Competitive applicants will have clinical expertise in gender-affirming health care, eating disorders, mental health, and gynecology with experience placing and removing IUDs and contraceptive implants. Board Certification (or eligibility) in Adolescent Medicine preferred. Qualified Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants encouraged to inquire.
Master Level Therapist
Kaiser Permanente Washington
Kaiser Permanente-Washington is seeking a Master Level Therapist to join The Adolescent Center, an interdisciplinary team of Adolescent Medicine specialists, master level therapists, and child and adolescent psychiatry and psychology clinicians. This position is 0.5 FTE at the Factoria Medical Center in Bellevue. However, eligible applicants interested in full-time employment are encouraged to apply as other child and adolescent FTE at KP-WA exists. Telehealth care opportunities exist. The Adolescent Center provides a range of comprehensive, integrated medical and mental health care including gender affirming care and outpatient treatment of eating disorders.
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Adolescent Medicine specialist
Private Practice in NYC, Palm Beach
Adolescent Medicine Faculty Physician
UMass Memorial Medical Center
The division of adolescent and young adult medicine in the department of pediatrics, UMass Chan medical school, is recruiting a 1.0 FTE physician, preferably, board-certified, or eligible, or with significant experience in that specialty, to join a talented, harmonious, interdisciplinary team of adolescent medicine nurse practitioners and physicians. This position includes adolescent and young adult subspecialty care for eating disorders, gender affirming care, adolescent gynecology, and juvenile justice. Outstanding pediatric, med-peds, and pediatric psychiatry residents rotate through our services. This position will offer flexibility for physicians looking to develop their expertise and service and specialized areas within the field of adolescent medicine.

Why UMass:
-centrally located in Massachusetts, Umass is the premier healthcare system in the region, noted for our academic excellence and leading cutting edge research.
-Many of our physicians are both clinicians of Umass Memorial health and faculty of Umass Chan medical school. As such, we serve as the bridge between both institutions, working collaboratively as physicians and researchers from different specialties and areas of expertise.
-All of us are continuously learning, therefore, we prioritize physician professional development to invest in the growth of our doctors.
-As a Lean organization, Umass, memorial health is committed to constant innovation.
-each one of us contributes to a culture that promotes kindness, respect, tolerance, partnerships, and inclusivity.

How to apply:
Please send a cover letter, current CV, and contact information for three references who are familiar with the applicants training, experience, and potential to Dr. Anne Powell, MD, division chief ( c/o Kimberly Levasseur, physician recruiter at
Link: None
Adolescent Medicine Open Rank
University of Illinois-Chicago
The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) is seeking an Open Rank Faculty (Adolescent Medicine) to join our team. Faculty rank will be commensurate with experience.

We are seeking enthusiastic applicants with strong clinical skills and a commitment to academic excellence. Primary responsibility will be in clinical care, teaching, service, scholarly activity, and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The proportion of responsibilities will be dependent on applicant's interests, experience, and expertise.

The candidate will have opportunities to develop their own scholarly/clinical niche. Skill in placing and removing LARCs is preferred. Applicants will participate in the teaching of medical students, pediatric residents, and Adolescent Medicine fellows. There is an excellent opportunity for clinical and basic sciences research. This position also includes the opportunity to serve as an Academic Program Director for the Adolescent Medicine Fellowship.
Telehealth Family or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant (EST)
Equip Health
Equip Health is seeking a passionate, driven Family or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join its rapidly growing clinical care team caring for children and adults with eating disorders in a 100% virtual Telehealth platform. Medical Providers are essential members of Equip’s 5-person virtual treatment team, working alongside a therapist, dietitian, peer mentor, and family mentor to help people recover from eating disorders.
Adolescent Medicine Faculty, inpatient or outpatient medicine
UC San Diego/ Rady Children's Hospital
Faculty position available in beautiful San Diego. Looking for physician interested in working in the outpatient clinic, inpatient eating disorder unit (Medical Behavioral Unit), transgender clinic, and engaging in advocacy, research, medical education, and community-based work.
Health Center Director: school based health center (nurse RN background)
Unity Health Care
We are hiring a an experienced, energetic, and mission-driven School Based Health Center Director, to be responsible for the overall coordination of daily operations and staff oversite of a dynamic, multi-disciplinary team at the School Based Health Centers operated by Unity Health Care.

The SBHCD should be a Registered Nurse with administrative and leadership experience. They will be part of the leadership team working in collaboration with the Medical Director, DC Department of Health, Unity team, school administrators, teachers, and community partners to best serve our patients. They will be involved in data collection, grant reporting and performance improvement activities. Duties will include occasionally providing direct clinical care so must be skilled in completing nursing assessments and performing routine nursing procedures.

Unity Health Care currently operates two centers at HD Woodson High School and Cardozo Education Campus providing convenient, comprehensive health services in a caring within the school environment. SBHCs are an innovative health care model to achieving health care equity and improving the health and well-being among children and adolescents.
Adolescent Medicine Faculty Physician
University of Colorado
Come join us in sunny and beautiful Denver, Colorado! Clinician educator position covering a busy general adolescent medicine and a thriving gender clinic. Protected time to pursue and develop research, educational, or other interests. Position is posted at the Assistant Professor level, but open rank available. See the attached link for more information. Contact Diane Straub via the Whova app or text (813) 731-1818.
Adolescent Medicine Faculty
Medical College of Wisconsin
The Department of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and Children’s Wisconsin (CW), seeks a board certified / board eligible physician to join our expanding Pediatric Adolescent Medicine section. This position is being recruited at the Assistant Professor rank. It is an exciting time to join the Adolescent Medicine section.

The individual selected for this position will bring enthusiasm and energy that will contribute to elevating both this division and its active fellowship program to the next level. Responsibilities for the position include successfully partnering with the Adolescent Medicine Section Chief to achieve excellence and growth in all the pediatric enterprise’s missions (clinical care, education, research, community service). We are comprised of nationally and internationally renowned, dedicated group of faculty and staff with a strong commitment to clinical care.

Medical College of Wisconsin

At the core of everything we do at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is the pursuit of new knowledge and the power of academic medicine. Bringing together the world’s top scientists and clinicians, inspired students, and invested communities, we are driven to solve the most complex challenges in health and society. MCW is home to a diverse group of thought leaders collaborating to build a healthier world and a continuous cycle of life-changing knowledge. MCW has approximately 1,600 full-time and part-time faculty and approximately 3,445 full-time employees.

Children’s Wisconsin and Children’s Specialty Group

Children’s Wisconsin is the state’s only independent health care system dedicated solely to the health and well-being of children. With more than 1.3 million annual connections with kids and families statewide, Children’s provides a wide range of care and support — everything from routine care to lifesaving advances and treatment options, foster care and adoption services, child advocacy, and provides an insurance plan.

Adolescent Medicine Clinician-Investigator Faculty Position at Massachusetts General Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital
The Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) seeks an outstanding clinician-investigator to join our clinical and research faculty. We seek a physician who has experience working with a diverse population and is willing to serve our communities. We also seek an individual who is excited to engage in the clinical, educational, and scholarly missions of our Division at MGH.

This is a full-time position with protected time for research, and clinical duties include outpatient primary and subspecialty care of adolescents and young adults as well as 6-8 weeks of inpatient call responsibilities. The successful candidate should have a track record of publishing research related to child and adolescent health, and plan to pursue external funding as a faculty member at MGH.

An appointment as Instructor, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the Harvard Medical School will be commensurate with the candidate’s academic qualifications. The successful candidate should be board certified in a primary care specialty including pediatrics, medicine, medicine/pediatrics, or family medicine. In addition, the candidate should have completed a fellowship in adolescent medicine and be board certified/eligible. The candidate must also qualify for a license to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Please send letter of interest and CV to:
Scott Hadland, MD, MPH, MS
Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine
Link: None
Stanford adolescent faculty positions
Stanford University
The Stanford Division of Adolescent Medicine is recruiting Adolescent Medicine Research and Adolescent Medicine Clinician Educator Faculty to join the Division as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor in the University Tenure Line, University Medical Line or the Non-tenure Line (Research) and as
Clinical Instructor, Assistant, Associate, or Professor level in the Clinician Educator line.

We are particularly interested in candidates comfortable with a wide range of ages and developmental-behavioral conditions, and who can contribute to one or more of the Division’s scholarship, clinical, teaching, and community activities. We welcome a strong record of accomplishment in scholarship and/or administration.

Please look for our flyer on the SAHM meeting board for a scannable link or on Stanfords web job listing for full descriptions of these positions.
Link: None
Postdoctoral Scholar: Youth Voice in Addressing Youth Homelessness
UC Berkeley School of Public Healthe
Postdoctoral Scholar Position: Youth Voice in Addressing Youth Homelessness
Innovations for Youth (i4Y), at UC Berkeley, has an opening for an in-residence postdoctoral scholar. The scholar’s responsibilities will be intellectual and highly-skilled contributions to the center’s ongoing projects, with a focus on building youth voice and youth-inclusion in the implementation of policy-relevant community-engaged and community partnered research. The postdoctoral scholar will collaborate with undergraduates and community-based youth with lived experience of homelessness in a larger project focused on increasing the inclusion of historically marginalized subpopulations of youth experiencing homelessness in efforts to prevent youth homelessness in the US.
The postdoctoral scholar hired in this role will: 1) train and mentor community youth interns and undergraduates with lived expertise of homelessness to promote the inclusion of youth researchers and youth voice into collaborative projects; 2) develop youth-informed and evidence-based inclusive guidelines to prevent youth homelessness; 3) synthesize theories and knowledge to inform research questions, study design, measurement tools, and analytic procedures; and 4) engage in and/or lead the dissemination of scholarly knowledge to diverse audiences.
Your primary mentorship will come from Professor Colette (Coco) Auerswald with whom you will meet regularly regarding ongoing projects and for career development. The Center will facilitate collaborative opportunities with partner organizations and provide methodological consultation through campus resources (e.g., dLab, xLab, Ethnographic Cafe). The center will also facilitate connections to UC Berkeley initiatives related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, as well as professional development opportunities intended to promote anti-racist scholarship, productivity, and personal well-being.
Please review our full flyer for more information and how to apply.

Adolescent Medicine Physician
Southern California Permanente Medical Group
Focuses on gender dysphoria, reproductive health, transitional care of complex populations, and eating disorders.
Adolescent Medicine Faculty Physician
Children’s National Hospital
The faculty physician is responsible
for the care of patients in the hospital and clinics, as well as research, educational and
advocacy initiatives as determined by the Division Chief and/or the Center leadership.
Applicants will be considered for promotion on the non-tenure track in the Department of
Pediatrics at George Washington University.

This faculty member will provide both outpatient primary and specialty care as well as some
inpatient care for hospitalized adolescents and young adults at Children’s National Hospital.
Successful applicants will be joining a growing academic division of adolescent medicine
physicians, nurse practitioners, adolescent medicine fellows, supported by social workers,
nutritionists, psychologists, and care coordinators. In addition to our primary and specialty
practice, we run an Eating Disorders program, a Gender Services program, a Reproductive Care
clinic and provide care for many adolescents with complex psychosocial and special health
care needs.
Adolescent Medicine Faculty
Sidra Medicine
Adolescent Medicine junior faculty post. Experience in inpatients and outpatients eating disorder management is required. In addition to expertise in treating mental illnesses, support with adjustment to chronic illnesses, menstrual problems and neurodevelopment disorders ..
Link: None
UCLA Faculty in Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
The Department of Pediatrics and Mattel Children’s Hospital of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA seeks faculty members at the Clinical Instructor, Assistant, Associate or Professor levels to join the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine in the Health Sciences series (rank commensurate with academic qualifications). Applicants must be board certified or board eligible in Adolescent Medicine and board certified in Pediatrics, Family Practice, Internal Medicine or Med-Peds.

The clinical duties involve primarily outpatient care for youth up to age 26 years and includes 10% to 20% effort for inpatient care at our Eating Disorder Programs, Medical Stabilization Program (MSP) at UCLA Santa Monica Hospital, where incumbent will be part of our rotating faculty group covering the MSP on weekends and holidays. The incumbents will have the opportunity to build new areas in clinical services and/or research programs according to their specific interests and expertise, with administrative time allotted. These include but not necessarily limited to reproductive health care, transgender care, and substance abuse. This position includes creative work such as research in the incumbents’ interest area that will lead to academic promotion. Our current research teams in our division focus on reproductive health care, sexually transmitted diseases, vaginal microbiome and inflammation, and eating disorders. Our department also includes a robust health services research group with emphasis on delivery of care, racial justice, health care disparities, immigrant health, school education, and multi-systems approaches to health care.

The incumbents will also have an important role in medical education for Adolescent Medicine fellows, residents (from pediatrics, medicine-pediatrics, family medicine, and internal medicine) and medical students. The overall percent effort in clinical care, research and education will be negotiable.
Ado Med Specialist with SUD experience/interest - ask about fellowship stipend!
University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita
Ask about a stipend during fellowship! Join a supportive team! Section of 2 currently and looking to grow. Teen clinic, school-based health clinics, specialty care and/or inpatient if desired. Flexible with research/scholarship. Multiple federal awards for mental health/SUD care and education. Lots of opportunity and flexibility. Cheap living and great family atmosphere.
Adolescent medicine physician
Baylor College of Medicine/ Texas Children’s Hospital
Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital is seeking board certified/eligible adolescent medicine physicians in Houston and Austin to join our Division as clinician educator faculty members as part of a large, interdisciplinary team. Educating the next generation of Adolescent Medicine leaders is a priority of the Division, which holds an HRSA MCHB-funded Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) training grant. The LEAH Program is designed to reduce health disparities and improve the health and well-being of adolescents and young adults by training future leaders focused on young people 10-25 years of age, including leaders in the 5 core disciplines of medicine, nursing, nutrition, psychology, and social work.

• Provide outpatient and inpatient care and consultative care of adolescent medicine patients at Texas Children’s Hospital which is consistently recognized as a leader in pediatric care by U.S. News & World Report, placing third nationally in its new 2023- 2024 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings
• Teaching fellows, residents and students in clinical and didactic settings
• Option to develop quality improvement and research projects
• Ability to participate in numerous professional development activities regarding medical education; leadership; quality and safety; and diversity, equity and inclusion
Link: None
Adolescent Medicine Faculty
Indiana University School of Medicine- Riley Children's Health
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.

One of nine HRSA Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH)
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

Qualifications :

BC / BE pediatrics and adolescent medicine.
New graduates or experienced physicians welcome to apply
Physician MD / DO licensed in Indiana or eligible
Adolescent Faculty
Mount Sinai Adolescent Health
Adolescent Board certified/ eligible to work in a busy outpatient academic medical center. Job responsibilities include teaching and supervision of residents and adolescent medicine fellows. Direct primary and consultative care to a diverse patient population with varied needs including reproductive, eating disorders, HIV and well care
Link: None
Medical director school base health Program
Mount Sinai Adolescent health center
Direct patient care and administrative oversight of 6 school base health center
Link: None
School base health care provider
Mount Sinai Health
Provider for school base health. Can be PA, MD, or NP
Link: None
Adolescent Medicine Physician- Faculty
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
The candidate will provide patient care in the Division of Adolescent Medicine and provide comprehensive evaluation and management for a diverse adolescent and young adult patient population. Specifically, direct primary and consultative care to a diverse patient population with varied needs including reproductive, HIV/ STI and preventive/ well care. The candidate will participate in the education of medical students and actively contribute to the primary missions of the Division of Adolescent Medicine through accessible high quality healthcare, scholarly activity and education.
Adolescent Medicine Physician Specialist
Southern California Permanente Medical Group
Our small but mighty regional group focus on gender dysphoria, reproductive health, transitional care of complex populations, and eating disorders. Our region has a strong specialty footprint, aligning with some regional programs of potential interest such as pediatric pain, palliative care amongst others, and offer many opportunities to grow interests.

Additionally, our team provides:

Routine adolescent health care, including exams for school, college, camp, work, and sports; preventative care and screening; treatment for minor illnesses and immunizations
Acne treatment
Contraceptive counseling and management, including LARCs
Coping with chronic illness
Evaluation and management of eating disorders, weight, and body image concerns
Menstrual concerns: lack of periods, heavy periods, irregular periods, camps and severe premenstrual symptoms, PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)
Puberty, growth, and development concerns
Evaluation for school, personal, and family concerns
Sexuality transmitted infection diagnosis and treatment
Sports injuries
Substance use and abuse
Board Certified or Board Eligible

Assistant or Associate Professor - Adolescent Medicine
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
This full-time clinician educator position includes: clinical care, teaching of residents and medical students as well as other academic pursuits and educational and research opportunities. The ideal candidate for this position must be an Adolescent Medicine Trained physician. Responsibilities for the position include providing outpatient adolescent services for University Le Bonheur Pediatric Specialists (ULPS) and an externally affiliated residential behavioral health center.

This is a non-tenure position.

Responsibilities include education and teaching, research and clinical care, including supervision of residents, fellows, and students


Requires an MD or equivalent degree
Board certified or Board eligible in Pediatrics. Fellowship trained in Adolescent Medicine. Board certified or Board eligible in Adolescent Medicine.
Must be able to obtain a State of Tennessee medical license

Board certified or Board eligible in Pediatrics. Fellowship trained in Adolescent Medicine. Board certified or Board eligible in Adolescent Medicine. The opportunity to join an established adolescent program within the Division of General Pediatrics, including an established eating disorders program and strong outpatient centered care. Potential for inpatient consultative services as well. Providing outpatient clinical adolescent care at an affiliated residential behavioral center. Eating disorders program includes psychology and nutrition support. Specialty skills sought in eating disorders, reproductive health, gender diverse care, HIV/PrEP, mental and behavioral health, and substance use disorders. Potential to conduct education in research in these areas. Robust research support if desired.
Medical Director, Inclusive Sexual Health Clinic
Nashville CARES
Nashville CARES is Middle Tennessee’s leading organization in HIV prevention and treatment services. We are dedicated to serving those at risk for and living with HIV through a comprehensive approach that includes education, advocacy, and support. Our mission is to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Middle Tennessee.
Job Description: Nashville CARES Clinic is seeking a compassionate and dedicated Medical Director to lead our inclusive sexual health clinic. This role is ideal for a physician who is passionate about making a significant impact on the lives of people living with HIV, and who values quality of life alongside professional fulfillment. Although experience in HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and gender-affirming care is preferred, we are eager to consider candidates who are highly motivated and possess a strong enthusiasm for our mission.
Responsibilities:Provide high-quality, comprehensive care and treatment to patients at Nashville CARES Clinic, including satellite locations, via telehealth, and through our mobile medical unit.
• Engage in patient and community education on wellness, prevention, and early detection.
• Promote Nashville CARES’s mission, vision, and values
• BC/BE in Family Medicine, Med/Peds, or Internal Medicine.
• Leadership experience and demonstrated passion for the LGBTQIA+ community.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a strong emphasis on teamwork.
• Preference for candidates with AAHIVS certification or substantial experience in HIV treatment and prevention, STI care, and gender-affirming care
We Offer: flexible schedule that supports a balanced quality of life, Competitive pay, Excellent benefits package.
Application Process: If you’re passionate about providing high-quality healthcare services to a diverse patient population and want to lead a team dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community, we encourage you to apply!
RN lead for Maine Medical Center AYA Division
Maine Medical Center
Lead Nurse position available to join our rapidly growing Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Maine Medical Center.
Great position for someone who loves the out doors, Portland Maine, and the AYA population. $10-20k signing bonus.
Happy to share more if you reach out to me at the conference or following it.
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Postdoc Position Young Men’s Health
Johns Hopkins
The Young Men’s Health Research Program at the Department of Pediatrics Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Health in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is looking for a postdoctoral fellow. The individual will contribute to a portfolio of young men’s health research focused on family planning, sexual health, health promotion, and fathers-to-be (funded by the NIH, AHRQ, and MCHB). Qualified individuals will have an interest and experience in advanced data analyses skills with longitudinal studies and multi-level modeling, qualitative data analysis, and adolescent health, especially young men’s health.

The candidate will work primarily with Dr. Arik V. Marcell and have the opportunity for mentorship and collaboration with other Johns Hopkins faculty across the institution. We have flexibility for location and can create a remote work plan for the right candidate.

Interested applicants should submit a 1) statement of career objectives/research goals, including specific interest in young men’s health, behavioral sciences, research design and analysis, and related topics that align with this position and academic and career development plans for the fellowship, including: skills, knowledge, or certifications the applicant seeks to obtain; why the candidate would be a good fit for the role; and goals the candidate wishes to accomplish during the initial fellowship year [max of 1.5 single-spaced pages]; 2) Curriculum Vitae; and 3) Three letters of recommendation [addressed to Dr. Marcell, signed, and sent as a PDF attachment by the due date].

Please submit all required materials to Maria Curry, Administrative Coordinator ( and Arik V. Marcell, MD, MPH, (, by Mon Apr 15, 2024. If planning to apply, please also send an email in advance of the application due date.
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