BC/BE in Developmental Pediatrics or Neurodevelopmental Disabilities needed to join one other in this thriving practice with a growing patient base. A faculty appointment is available through Texas A&M University College of Medicine for qualified candidates. The Pediatric Development Specialist will oversee and teach DCH pediatric residents. Initial office visits allow time for in-depth developmental evaluation of ADHD, autism, learning disorders, cognitive disabilities, and other related behavioral disorders. Follow up visits usually comprise of pharmacotherapy and ongoing treatment overview of more complex patients. Excellent compensation package including sign-on bonus, overhead expenses including malpractice, medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance and generous retirement plan. This dynamic coastal city in southern Texas offers tort reform, no state income tax and a low cost of living.
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