The University of South Carolina School of Medicine


Columbia, South Carolina

Date Posted

November 21, 2023

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Child Abuse

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SCCAMRS Medical Director Opportunity


Columbia, SC


The University of South Carolina School of Medicine (USCSOM) is seeking a board – certified child abuse pediatrician to provide programmatic oversight of the SC Children’s Advocacy Medical Response System (SCCAMRS). This statewide child abuse medical program was established in 2004 to address the shortage and training of medical providers specializing in the medical evaluation of child maltreatment and the disparity in quality and delivery of these services. Currently the state program is a network of child abuse pediatricians, other providers, and sexual assault/forensic nurse examiners qualified to deliver medical services. The state program is the comprehensive resource system for clinical, educational, quality improvement, legislative advocacy and funding support. SCCAMRS was statutorily codified in 2014.


The prospective candidate must have a minimum of 5-year clinical experience, administrative proficiency, and possess outstanding leadership and communication skills. The applicant will have an academic faculty appointment with USCSOM. The physician will have the opportunity to also serve as the Director of the Prisma Health-Midlands Child Abuse Pediatrics division.

Columbia is the state capital with a diverse population and a wide range of cultural amenities due to USC’s 30,000 students. In addition to having an affordable cost of living, it is very family friendly with good schools, a revitalized downtown, nationally ranked zoo and children`s museums. Outdoor activities are a premium due to its rivers, 650 miles of Lake Murray shoreline and state and national parks within 30-minute drives.



The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, sex, gender, gender identity, transgender status, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, protected veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions.


Candidates will need to apply on the USC website for us to process them as USC employees.  Here is the Quick link for applicants to complete the process:

Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest and CV to: Lexy Doane, Physician Recruiter,





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The Department of Pediatrics has a record of academic achievement and provides education and clinical supervision to medical students, physician assistant students, and pediatric and other residents.  Our pediatric residency has a total of 39 resident positions. The Department, along with our freestanding Children’s Hospital, presently provides 151,000 patient encounters annually with 9,000 admissions and over 32,000 pediatric emergency room visits. The Department has 18 divisions, is actively growing and has been recognized as the best teaching department for nearly all the last 35 years.


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