How to Post Your Classified

TPS members can post: job openings, selling of practices, time-share, vacation homes, office equipment, and items to buy, sell, or trade. Ads are limited to 150 words and will run for 60 days. This a COMPLIMENTARY TPS benefit to members to submit a listing. Please send your 150 words to the TPS Director of Member Services to post. Non-members may contact the TPS Director of Member Services to submit a listing for $150 payable to the TPS.

For additional information, please contact:
Crystal Healey, Director of Member Services
401 West 15th Street, Suite 682
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 370-1517

Pediatric Opportunity in Texas

Pediatric Opportunity in Texas — Excellent Work-Life Balance + $250,000+ Income Potential

A reputable health center known for providing high-quality healthcare to all of its patients is seeking a board-certified or board-eligible pediatrician to join its team. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a desirable quality of life while working within an organization that has been delivering exceptional service for nearly 30 years.

Opportunity Highlights

  • 100% outpatient position
  • Potential to earn $250,000+ annually
  • Opportunity to build the practice around your strengths
  • Ability to focus on quality care
  • Existing patient panel already in place
  • Ability to pursue leadership opportunities
  • Excellent benefits + student loan repayment available
  • Option for teaching opportunities with Texas Tech University

Community Information
A lively college town with an engaging spirit throughout the entire community, Lubbock, Texas, brings the concept of Southern hospitality to life.

Please contact Zachary Robertson at or at 866-406-0269 and reference PED-142010

DFPS Medical Director

DFPS Physician II

This position reports to the Associate Commissioner for Child Protective Services. Work involves integrating knowledge of the DFPS mission with best health care practices to help shape DFPS policies and the delivery of comprehensive healthcare to children served by CPS. The position performs advanced and managerial medical work. The position interfaces with medical directors of the Managed Care Organization (MCO), University of Texas contract for forensic assessment, and the State Medicaid /CHIP programs. Work involves coordination and consultation with Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and health care vendor(s) on the processes of ensuring the appropriate use of psychoactive medications by and identifying appropriate behavioral health treatment programs for children in DFPS conservatorship. This position may involve training and the provision of technical assistance to DFPS staff and residential child care providers as well as provide interpretation of DFPS policy and best practices to DFPS staff and external stakeholders. The position interfaces with other state agencies, healthcare providers, the judicial system, legislators and other external stakeholders. Apply here.