Pediatrician - COPC - Worthington Pediatrics - Worthington, Ohio

Career Details

COPC is the largest independent physician-owned primary care group in the nation. We are seeking a licensed, board-certified Pediatrician for our practice in Worthington, Ohio.

The Pediatrician position will focus on the health and well-being of infants, children, adolescents, and young adults (up to age 21 years).  They devote their clinical practice to the broad scope of pediatrics rather than one area within the medical specialty. They serve as primary care providers for children. 

General (outpatient) pediatricians play a critical role in the routine care of young people. Their goal is to prevent, detect, and manage any physical, emotional, social, or developmental issue that may arise from birth to adulthood. 

About the practice:

Worthington Pediatrics is located at 890 High Street, Suite 200, Worthington, OH 43085.

The practice has two Pediatricians, a CNP, an RN, a Medical Assistant, and a Patient Service Rep to support the providers and patients. There is one physician leaving this practice. The incoming Physician will inherit an established patient panel from an outgoing physician.

This established outpatient practice that has had a great reputation for pediatric care in the community for many years. It's focus is on health education, preventive medicine and disease management to deliver high quality pediatric care that is the Best for Primary Care.

COPC uses state of the art EMR - EPIC.

Office Hours: Monday-Friday; 7:30 - 4:30 pm. Work your own schedule as needed.


Performing age-appropriate health screening including well visits.

Diagnosing and treating acute and chronic illnesses, injuries, and other disorders that affect children.

Ensuring that children are achieving developmental milestones.

Performing evaluations to detect developmental or behavioral disorders (e.g., autism spectrum disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) and developing care plans to address these problems.

Educating parents/caregivers about well-child care, including immunizations, and counseling parents/caregivers about all aspects of their child's health.

Working with parents/caregivers to foster healthy lifestyles.

Advocating for the welfare of children, educating those involved in the care of children, and effectively communicating with parents/caregivers, other physicians, teachers, and social workers on issues of child welfare.

Refer patient/parent to seek additional help with diagnosing or treating more complex conditions with a pediatric subspecialist.


401K with 6%v employer match and Profit-sharing plan.

Paid Term life insurance.

Long-term disability.

Health, vision and dental insurance.

Health savings account.

Occurrence - Medical Malpractice.

4 weeks PTO and 9 Paid Holidays.

First Year Salary Guarantee with Shareholder Status after 1 year.

Starting Bonus and a Retention Bonus.


Doctor of Medicine (MD/DO).

Three year residency training in Pediatrics.

Two or three year fellowship Pediatric training (preferred).

Board-certified in Pediatrics (ABP).

This is not a H1-B or J1 Visa opportunity.

Career Overview


890 High Street, Suite 200, Worthington, Ohio 43085