Because Gillette offers a broad range of specialties and services for patients, physician positions vary widely. Their purpose, however, is the same: to help our pediatric and adult patients improve their health and live their lives more independently. Gillette physicians are fellowship trained and board-certified.

Gillette offers a working environment that supports career advancement through clinical practice, research and education. Many of our physicians pursue academic appointments through the University of Minnesota. Others work at Gillette while remaining active in pediatric- and adult-focused private practice.

We're proud to share that a 2017 WalletHub study ranked Minnesota number two overall as the best state to practice medicine for physicians. WalletHub also ranked Minnesota as number one for the best medical environment. In addition, in 2017, Medscape named Minnesota as the best place to practice medicine to avoid burnout.

Current physician opportunities are listed below.


Pediatrician or Med-Peds to Join Our Complex Care Team

The Complex Care Clinic at Gillette is dedicated to providing centralized health care services for children with complex medical conditions, coordinating across primary care providers in the community and sub-specialty care services. This team is comprised of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, dieticians, social workers, and patient access specialists. The goal of the Complex Care Clinic is to provide the family of a child with medical complexity a central place for planning, communication, organization, and support that works across the teams of sub-specialists and coordinates directly with the child’s primary care provider.  The central goal of this clinic is to promote a high quality of life for individuals with disabilities and work to prevent further disabling conditions. This clinic provides a resource center for primary care providers who are caring for children with intellectual and /or physical disabilities in the community and also provides another resource for families looking for connections and resources with community services that help to improve their quality of life.

The ideal candidate for this opportunity will have a passion for making a difference in the lives of patients with disabilities, enjoys working with a strong team focused on helping patients improve their health and live their lives more independently, brings energy to the workplace while having the ability to have work-life balance with no on-site night or weekend shifts. 

Candidates for this opportunity must be board certified in pediatrics, have previous work experience in caring for children and young adults with disabilities and medical complexity and experience working in an interdisciplinary environment. 

Gillette offers a very competitive salary, generous benefits and is an equal opportunity employer.

For more information, contact Dr. Madeleine Gagnon, Complex Care Pediatrician, Associate Medical Director, Department of Pediatric Medicine at MadeleineMGagnon@gillettechildrens.com or Heather Lubs, Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist, halubs@gillettechildrens.com.

Pediatric Neurologist

Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare is seeking a board certified/board eligible pediatric neurologist to join our team in providing excellent inpatient care to children who have complex and chronic neurologic conditions.  

Gillette neurologists provide inpatient care for our consultative patients and we have the largest group of board-certified pediatric rehabilitation medicine physicians in the nation. Our Neurosciences Unit is supported by highly-skilled nursing staff, in both inpatient and outpatient areas. We collaborate with other systems to provide consultative neurology services to a busy neonatal neurointensive care program and we partner in a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center. Interest in clinical research is welcomed. Gillette offers competitive salaries and benefits and is an equal opportunity employer.

Requirements: Board-Certified/Board-Eligible Pediatric Neurologist. Demonstrated expertise in the management of children who have complex chronic conditions.  

For more information, contact Heather Lubs, Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist, halubs@gillettechildrens.com.


Gillette is an equal opportunity employer.

Pediatric Epileptologist

Exceptional opportunity for an experienced pediatric epileptologist:

Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, an independent children's hospital in the Twin Cities is recruiting an experienced pediatric epileptologist to direct the transition from a Level III to a Level IV epilepsy center.  The ideal candidate is eager to collaborate with and lead the interdisciplinary team in enhancing the care continuum for pediatric patients with intractable epilepsy in an organization strongly committed to this effort. This nationally-ranked and highly respected children's hospital has a long-standing commitment to neurosciences built around a team of pediatric specialists in the following specialties: neurology, neurosurgery, pediatric rehabilitation medicine, sleep health, neuropsychology, and psychology. Working together we treat the whole child, not just the seizures by emphasizing a team-based approach to patient-centered care rooted in evidence-based medicine. 

Candidates for this opportunity must be board certified in neurology and clinical neurophysiology, have completed an epilepsy fellowship, and have a minimum of two years’ experience post-fellowship in a Level IV program. This clinical position has some administrative responsibilities as well as teaching and research opportunities. 

Gillette offers competitive salaries and benefits, and is an equal opportunity employer.

For more information, contact Kit Brady, Vice President for Human Resources (KBrady@gillettechildrens.com).