Emory University Assistant Professor - Podiatry in atlanta, Georgia
Ultimately, you will give our patients the best treatment based on their condition and help them recover or stabilize as soon as possible.
Review patients’ medical histories
Examine patients’ legs below the knees to diagnose diseases
Order additional medical tests (like blood tests, cultures, X-rays, ultrasounds and bone density tests) when indicated
Perform minor foot and ankle procedures
Use various podiatric techniques (like debridement, wound dressing, offloading, casting and laser therapy) to treat deformities and ailments
Prescribe medication for the lower leg, including for pain relief and orthoses that improve mobility and lower extremity health
Advise patients on foot care and general wellness practices
Timely, appropriate documentation and completion of medical and billing records
Doctoral degree in Podiatric Medicine
License to practice Podiatric Medicine in the State of Georgia
Minimum of 1 year postgraduate experience as a Podiatrist
Excellent knowledge of therapeutic and surgical treatments for the lower extremities
Familiar with all types of foot problems including genetic abnormalities and deformities
Good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate well both with children and the elderly
Empathy and patience when dealing with serious diseases
Up-to-date with latest technologies and treatments in Podiatry
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Job Number 25517
Job Type Regular Part-Time
Division School Of Medicine
Department SOM: Medicine: Endocrinology
This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: Working with human blood, body fluids, tissues, or other potentially infectious materials.
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