Join Phoenix Children's Hospital Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition

Phoenix, AZ

Key Info


Inpatient and outpatient

Phoenix Children's Hospital Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition is seeking a board eligible/board certified physician with a commitment to clinical care and medical education with an interest in motility to join our growing team.


  • The applicant will need to have the training and expertise managing neurogastrointestinal disorders, as well as expertise in antroduodenal and colonic manometry studies, anal rectal manometry and esophageal manometry
  • This individual would be expected to develop and run clinics related to underlying gastrointestinal disorders
  • Board certification in Pediatrics & Pediatric Gastroenterology
  • Specialty training and education in Pediatric Motility Disorders

About the Division:

The Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is the largest pediatric gastroenterology program in the state of Arizona. Our team includes 15 board certified gastroenterologists, two nurse practitioners, four nutritionists, and a board certified psychologist.

  • We currently cover 4 satellite clinics, as well as the inpatient gastroenterology service at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
  • Participation in multidisciplinary clinics including Feeding Rehabilitation Clinic, Aerodigestive Clinic, IBD Clinic, Eosinophilic Esophagitis Clinic, Cystic Fibrosis Clinic, and Liver Transplant Clinic.
  • Full service therapeutic endoscopy suite for gastroenterology and pancreaticobiliary disease.

Teaching/Research Opportunities:

  • Participate in all aspects of teaching in our pediatric residency program.
  • We are the major pediatric teaching program for the University Of Arizona College Of Medicine-Phoenix, and the Mayo Clinic Medical School Phoenix Campus.
  • Academic appointments are available from the University of Arizona, Mayo Clinic and Creighton University.
  • Involvement in research related to eosinophilic disorders, feeding disorders, Aerodigestive disorders, and inflammatory bowel disease.

Posted October 9, 2019


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