Employment Opportunities

Organization: Dermatology Consultants of Frisco

Job Title: Pediatric Dermatologist Wanted

Address: N/A

City: Frisco

State: TX

Zip: 75033

Contact Name: Dr. Weisberg

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Fax: N/A

Email: drweisberg@mydermconsult.com

Job Description:
Do you want to join one of the most vibrant practices in Texas? We are a young, fast growing, and highly reputable single specialty dermatology practice with 5 providers (2 BC Dermatologists and 3 PAs). Our office is completely electronic and has been since inception, which means no paper charts. We are a full service dermatology practice offering general, pediatric, cosmetic (including lasers) and surgical dermatology expertise. Dr. Weisberg, a graduate of UT Southwestern, is the current Vice-President of the Dallas Derm Society and will be the President in 2014. A second-generation physician practice creator with an Economics degree, he understands the business and medical side and the delicate balance between them. Dr. Dharamsi is the former Chief Resident at UT Southwestern who continues to instruct and train residents and has become an integral part of what we do here. Both physicians excel at proper coding and are excellent teachers in general to help ease any transition from residency to private practice, academic to private practice or even from another private practice. Both physicians highly value optimal medical care and superior customer service. Our unique model has propelled our growth by exponentially growing our patient base. We are looking for a pediatric dermatologist who wants to join us long-term and has the following characteristics: 1. Team Player 2. Good attitude 3. Superior clinical skills 4. Reliability 5. Efficiency 6. Excellent references Interested? Don’t work through an intermediary, email Dr. Weisberg directly. Include your CV and a form of identification so we can consider your application. A cover letter (optional) with further details is a definite plus. Starting date: flexible. Availability: limited and likely to fill quickly.

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