The NYU Student Health Center is seeking a per-diem (7 hrs/wk) endocrinologist with gender-affirming hormonal therapy (GAHT) experience to provide consultation to our Gender Team and to work with referred patients for diverse endocrine and GAHT issues. The ideal candidate has prior experience with established GAHT guidelines and enjoys consulting with other providers to advance care for transgender and gender-diverse folks. Our Washington Square-based health center serves 50,000+ undergraduate and graduate students in NYC, including a large international and/or traveling population. Many of our gender-diverse students are seeking GAC for the first time; others have initiated care with home providers and we may assist with continuity of care during the academic year. One-on-one consultations with Gender team staff as well as case conferences expected, with in-person or remote patient-care visits when needed for complex decision-making. Common endocrinology issues including diabetes, PCOS, and thyroid conditions will be referred as well from our large Primary and Specialty care units. Understanding cultural humility and having a strong commitment to shared decision-making is important in our setting.
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MD/DO. Completed Endocrinology Fellowship (BC/BE)
1-2 years in field of GAC desired, WPATH membership.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities We are Looking For:
GAHT knowledge, BLS (or within 1 month of hire)
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