At The University of Tennessee Medical Center, we are committed to helping our employees find career advancement opportunities. Our helpful, knowledgeable human resources staff is available to guide you on continuing education
For more information, visit Discover a New Career or contact Human Resources.
The University of Tennessee Medical Center, as the region’s only academic medical center, recognizes the importance of continuing education. As one of our most important team member resources, we recognize its integral role in the ability for our health professionals to provide outstanding health care and compassionate patient care.
In support of furthering our health professionals’ careers, the medical center offers the chance to learn more about the hospital, continuing education opportunities, resources and policies and procedures of the organization.
Visit Education & Training for more information.
The UT Graduate School of Medicine offers health care professionals a variety of team member resources and opportunities for professional development, including residencies, fellowships, courses, Grand Rounds, Tumor Boards and more.
As the region’s academic medical center, the University of Tennessee Medical Center partners with many organizations, which actively recruit potential employees — including current students, new graduates and people interested in advancing their careers. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a recent graduate looking to gain invaluable career experience, UT Medical Center offers an array of opportunities through internships, training programs and other skills-building programs.
For more information on career opportunities, click the links below to go directly to each company’s website. Or view our current list of open positions.
LabCorp staffs all laboratory services at UT Medical Center
Med-Trans employs the LIFESTAR pilots and mechanics
University Physicians Association (UPA)
Many of the physician practices associated with UT Medical Center are staffed by UPA.
Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)
Our CPE program is accredited with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. and the U.S. Department of Education to offer post-graduate theological education.
Project SEARCH, which is modeled after a successful program in Cincinnati, provides skills training and workplace internships for individuals with significant disabilities, particularly young people transitioning from high school to adult life.
A career as a doctor at UT Medical Center can change your life. At the medical center, you’ll work with some of the most talented and experienced physicians, worldwide. As part of an academic medical center, you’ll see patients, cases and conditions that you might never encounter anywhere else. And, here, you’ll discover an award-winning working environment, that fosters a culture of professionalism, teamwork and mutual respect. Most of all, you’ll help us advance our mission: To serve through healing, education and discovery.