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The Department of Pediatrics at New York University School of Medicine and Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone Health is seeking a full-time academic physician to join the Division of Pediatric Nephrology. The successful candidate will share responsibility for comprehensive clinical services as well as education and research in the division. The division of pediatric nephrology provides a complete range of inpatient and outpatient pediatric nephrology services, including management of patients with acute and chronic kidney disease, inpatient renal replacement therapy (CRRT, PD, and HD) supervised by nephrology, and kidney transplantation. 

This position will incorporate an academic appointment and salary will be commensurate with the experience and expertise of the applicant. Applicants must be board certified/eligible in pediatric nephrology and must be licensed (or eligible for licensure) in New York State.  

NYU Langone Medical Center is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruiting and employment. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, military and veteran status, genetic information or any other factor which cannot lawfully be used as a basis for an employment decision. We require applications to be completed online.

Contact Info

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae electronically and complete an application through the following link. http://apply.interfolio.com/71003

Cover letters should be addressed to Dr. Howard Trachtman, Division Director, Pediatric Nephrology. 

The Division of Neonatology in the Department of Pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center in downtown Chicago is seeking a full-time, experienced neonatologist to join our faculty and to serve as Medical Director for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Special consideration will be given to candidates with advanced clinical and leadership experience. The Renée Schine Crown NICU is a Level 3 (highest IL designation), 72 bed, single roomed state-of-the-art unit. We care for critically ill infants who are born at Rush and/or transferred in from network hospitals. Our patient mix ranges from extremely preterm infants to those with complex surgical needs cared for prenatally by our Fetal-Neonatal Center. Our NICU has a robust multidisciplinary Quality Improvement (QI) program led by a neonatologist with expertise and certification in QI. Our center has had consistent excellent outcomes in several major neonatal morbidities in very low birth weight infants within the Vermont Oxford Network.

The ideal candidate will be an established neonatologist with 7-15 years of experience and will have proven leadership skills. We are seeking a neonatologist who is interested in working with the QI Director and our NICU multidisciplinary team to strive for continuing improvement in clinical workflows and patient outcomes. Applicants should be Board Certified in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and qualified for a faculty appointment at the Associate Professor level or above in Rush Medical College.

Rush University System for Health (RUSH) is an academic health system whose mission is to improve the health of the individuals and the diverse communities it serves through the integration of outstanding patient care, education, research and community partnerships. RUSH comprises Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Copley Medical Center and Rush Oak Park Hospital, as well as numerous outpatient care facilities. Rush University, with more than 2,500 students, is a health sciences university that comprises Rush Medical College, the College of Nursing, the College of Health Sciences and the Graduate College. Numerous national organizations have recognized Rush for the quality of care we provide, including U.S. News & World Report, which ranked Rush University Medical Center among the top 50 hospitals in five specialties in its 2019-2020 Best Hospitals issue. Rush University Medical Center has received Vizient's Quality Leadership Award, ranking first among 99 academic medical centers across the country. In 2019, Rush was designated a leader in LGBTQ health care equality by the Human Rights Campaign for the 10th consecutive year, and was one of only five hospitals from across the nation to be recognized by the American Hospital Association as an honoree for its annual Equity of Care Award.

Contact Info

Interested candidates, please send your CV and cover letter to:

Maggie McGauley
Senior Faculty Recruiter
Faculty_Recruitment@rush.edu

Rush is an equal opportunity / Affirmative Action employer

The Division of Neonatology in the Department of Pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center in downtown Chicago is seeking a full-time, academic neonatologist to join our faculty. The Renée Schine Crown Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a Level 3 (highest IL designation), 72 bed (single roomed), state-of-the-art unit. We care for critically ill infants who are born at Rush and/or transferred in from network hospitals. Our patient mix ranges from extremely preterm infants to those with complex surgical needs. Clinical responsibilities include providing clinical care in the NICU and may include outpatient neonatal services and consultations. Educational responsibilities include teaching medical students, residents, nurse practitioner students, and fellows in our new fellowship program.

Our NICU has a robust multidisciplinary Quality Improvement (QI) program led by a neonatologist with expertise and certification in QI. Our center has had consistent excellent outcomes in several major neonatal morbidities in very low birth weight infants within the Vermont Oxford Network. The Division partners with Obstetrics and Pediatric subspecialists to provide prenatal care and consultation through our multidisciplinary Fetal-Neonatal Center. Our productive NICU Human Milk research team at Rush conducts clinical and translational research in diverse areas: clinical, neurodevelopmental and economic outcomes associated with mother’s own milk and donor milk, disparities in lactation, maternal, infant and milk microbiome, human milk science, and lactation physiology.

Applicants should be Board Certified or Board Eligible in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, and qualified for a faculty appointment in Rush Medical College.

Rush University System for Health (RUSH) is an academic health system whose mission is to improve the health of the individuals and the diverse communities it serves through the integration of outstanding patient care, education, research and community partnerships. RUSH comprises Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Copley Medical Center and Rush Oak Park Hospital, as well as numerous outpatient care facilities. Rush University, with more than 2,500 students, is a health sciences university that comprises Rush Medical College, the College of Nursing, the College of Health Sciences and the Graduate College. Numerous national organizations have recognized Rush for the quality of care we provide, including U.S. News & World Report, which ranked Rush University Medical Center among the top 50 hospitals in five specialties in its 2019-2020 Best Hospitals issue. Rush University Medical Center has received Vizient's Quality Leadership Award, ranking first among 99 academic medical centers across the country. In 2019, Rush was designated a leader in LGBTQ health care equality by the Human Rights Campaign for the 10th consecutive year, and was one of only five hospitals from across the nation to be recognized by the American Hospital Association as an honoree for its annual Equity of Care Award.

Contact Info

Interested candidates, please send your CV and cover letter to:

Maggie McGauley
Senior Faculty Recruiter
Faculty_Recruitment@rush.edu

Rush is an equal opportunity / Affirmative Action employer

The Pediatric Residency Program Coordinator manages the residency program’s day to-day administrative activities and ensures ACGME residency program goals and objectives are accomplished. With oversight and direction from the Program Director and Program Manager the Residency Program Coordinator is responsible for the operational  management of the accredited residency training program. The position requires a comprehensive and detailed understanding of national accreditation policies and hospital policies, as well as a high degree of initiative and independent judgement. The Residency Program Coordinator will continually assess and direct a wide range of programmatic issues including long range planning, recruiting trainees, developing projects, analyzing administrative workflow, maintaining databases, communicating with faculty and trainees regarding a range of issues, and managing internal and external program relations.

Requirements: 

  • 3-5 years of experience in graduate medical education (Associate’s Degree)
  • 1-3 years of experience in graduate medical education (Bachelor’s Degree)
  • experience as a residency program coordinator in graduate medical education is highly preferred
  • TAGME Certification highly desirable

 

Contact Info

Contact Name- Meena Casas

Contact phone- 212-263-2693

Contact Email- Meena.Casas@nyulangone.org

The Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care fellowship program at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University is a non-ACGME accredited training program. We have a strong commitment to produce highly qualified clinicians to meet the unique needs of pediatric patients with congenital and acquired heart disease by providing excellent care.

The Heart Center at Riley Hospital for Children is currently considered to be a premier center in the United States for the specialized care of infants and children with heart disease and is one of the largest centers in the Midwest area.  Over 400 patients undergo cardiac surgery at Riley Hospital for Children, along with hundreds of other patients who undergo cardiac catheterization or require non-surgical medical care for critical cardiac disease. This large and diverse patient population provides countless opportunities for learners to gain expertise in the care of these patients. 

The trainees will receive a core training in pediatric critical care including cardiac intensive care and anesthesia as well as in invasive and noninvasive pediatric cardiology.

**Pre-requisites: Completion of an accredited US pediatric residency as well as completion of an accredited US pediatric critical care fellowship program.

Riley Hospital for Children is the only comprehensive children's hospital in Indiana providing sub-specialty care for patients, medical education for clinicians and state-of-the-art research advancements. Riley has more than 245,000 inpatient and outpatient pediatric visits annually. It is home to an internationally ranked ECMO program in the state's most comprehensive neonatal units, the world's largest pediatric sleep disorders center, one of the nation's largest autism treatment centers and has one of the nation's largest pediatric residency programs.

In 2010, Riley Hospital opened the new Simon Family Tower, a $475 million expansion providing private rooms for 300 beds, a state-of-the art Operating Room and Cardiac Catheterization Lab, expanded Emergency Department, Burn Unit and Cancer Center. In 2011, ten specialty programs at Riley were ranked among the top children's hospitals nationwide by US News & World Report 2011-2012 edition of American's Best Children's Hospitals. Riley is connected to the nationally acclaimed Wells Center for Pediatric Research, which has developed new cures and therapies for childhood diseases since 1991.

Riley Heart Center includes:

  • 16 pediatric cardiac intensive care bed
  • 16 pediatric cardiac stepdown unit
  • Two advanced catheterization labs
  • Full suite of diagnostic technology, including echocardiogram, fetal echocardiogram, cardiac MRI, and cardiopulmonary exercise test.

Our Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care faculty consists of a pediatric cardiac intensivists, pediatric cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, neonatologists, PICU fellows, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapists, pharmacologists, nutritionists, and cardiac ICU nurses.

Contact Info

To apply, please contact our fellowship coordinator, Melissa Bales, at melbales@iupui.edu for application information.

Contact us

          Mouhammad Yabrodi, MD
          Cardiac Intensive Care Fellowship Director
          myabrodi@iu.edu

          Melissa Bales
          Cardiac Intensive Care Fellowship Coordinator
          melbales@iupui.edu 

          Phone: 317-944-7065 / Fax:  317-944-3442

 

Pediatric Obesity and Clinical Nutrition Fellowship Program / University of Colorado/Children’s Hospital Colorado

The Pediatric Obesity and Clinical Nutrition Fellowship Program at the University of Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora, CO is accepting applications for a start date of July 1, 2020.  This is a one-year clinical fellowship with the option of additional research training in a T32-funded nutrition research fellowship. 

Clinical training consists of 12 months of clinical service in pediatric obesity and nutrition, in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

  • Pediatric obesity training occurs through the Children’s Hospital Colorado Lifestyle Medicine Program, which combines expertise across multiple subspecialties, and exposure to the complete treatment spectrum including behavioral management, medical management of comorbidities, specialized dietary approaches, anti-obesity pharmacotherapy, and surgical management within our Adolescent Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Center. Fellows will work within interdisciplinary teams, which also include dietitians, clinical psychologists, and exercise physiologists. Training in related areas in adult medicine is also available as appropriate to the trainee's interests.

  • Nutrition (non-obesity related) training occurs through inpatient consults, our Children’s Hospital Colorado Growth and Parenting/Nutrition clinic, and numerous other clinical opportunities. Training covers assessment and treatment of growth and nutrition problems, evaluation and treatment of micronutrient deficiencies, breastfeeding assessment and management, and nutrition support.

  • This training prepares fellows to sit for the National Board of Physician Nutrition Specialists (NBPNS) and the American Board of Obesity Medicine exams.

  •  Research training is available following the 12-month clinical training year under our NIH T32 Research Fellowship.

More information about the clinical and research training is available at the below link:

Pediatric Obesity and Clinical Nutrition Fellowship Program

 

Applicants must be board certified or board eligible in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, or Family Medicine upon entering the fellowship program.

Contact Info

For additional information, please contact Dr. Darcy Thompson: Darcy.Thompson@childrenscolorado.org

Rita Feinberg Fellowship

Pediatric Medical Education – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Goal: The volunteer will work primarily with the Director of Education, Mr. Duong Vibol and the Director of Medical Education, Dr. Chuop Bophal, on updating and improving various medical education programs at Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC). The volunteer will provide both professional mentorship to Mr. Vibol and Dr. Bophal as well as technical guidance on the development of their educational programs. The specific goals of this fellowship include:

  1. Review and critically assess the pediatric residency program, providing consultation on how to improve the program;
  2. Provide some didactic teaching to pediatric residents in accordance with their curriculum;
  3. Consult on the development of a written assessment tool for the pediatric fellowship program;
  4. Consult with Mr. Vibol and Dr. Bophal, along with sub-specialist volunteers, on the development and/or refinement of ten subspecialty programs offered at AHC;
  5. Consult on the development of assessment tools for sub-specialty programs

AHC Background: HVO currently has five projects at AHC, which rely on short-term volunteers: anesthesia, hematology, nursing, pediatrics (sub-specialty training), and wound management. This volunteer fellowship is designed work with AHC more broadly on the improvement of their medical education programs. AHC’s residency program is 3 years long, with 12 residents scheduled to graduate in May 2019 and 8 in 2020. The general pediatrics fellowship is one year long with 4 currently enrolled and 6 scheduled to start in 2020.

Volunteer Requirements: The volunteer must be a licensed pediatrician with at least 5-10 years’ experience. Experience in developing and/or managing pediatric residency programs and curriculum design is necessary.

Length and Preferred Dates: 6 month placement, to be scheduled as soon as possible.

For more information, contact Beth Macnairn.  B.mcnairn@hvousa.org

Fellowship Background: Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO) is a registered non-for-profit organization committed to improving the availability and quality of health care in resource-scarce settings through the education, training and professional development of the health workforce. The core of HVO’s model and activities rely on the utilization of short-term volunteers. However, HVO recognizes there are unique and critical needs at many of our partner institutions which are most effectively and sustainably addressed through the placement of a long-term volunteer. The Rita Feinberg Fellowship has been established to enable HVO to better meet these needs of our partner institutions and provide financial support to volunteers willing to commit to assignments of 3-6 months in length.

The fellowship will cover the volunteer’s airfare and housing costs as well as any assignment related costs such as visa, medical/nursing council registration, etc. In addition, the volunteer will receive a modest stipend to cover food, transportation and other incidental costs while on assignment (variable based on location).

Contact Info

Beth Macnairn:  B.mcnairn@hvousa.org

The pediatric residency program at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center, located in Boston, MA, is accepting applications for one PL-2 position beginning in July 2020.  Our program offers broad clinical exposures in a supportive environment.  We also offer a highly individualized and flexible curriculum, giving the residents the opportunity to pursue their personal interests, while fulfilling their training requirements.  The size of our program ensures individual attention, and the Boston location provides a wide variety of patient experiences. 

Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME accredited program and have permission of their current Program Director to interview.

Contact Info

Interested candidates should email a letter on interest, including reason for transfer, and CV to Sara Ross, MD, Pediatric Residency Director at pedsresidency@tuftsmedicalcenter.org

For more information about our residency program, please visit: https://www.floatinghospital.org/Training-and-Education/Pediatric-Residency-Program.aspx

Ambulatory Pediatrician, The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital

The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey is seeking a board-certified general pediatrician to join our Saint Peter’s Pediatric Faculty Group.  This position includes an attractive blend of patient care (outpatient clinic and newborn nursery) and teaching responsibilities, while working with a vibrant group of colleagues.  The position also serves as a teaching faculty member in the pediatric residency program.  Saint Peter’s is an academic affiliate of Rutgers Medical School.  We offer a competitive salary and full benefits.

Contact Info

For consideration, please to submit your CV via the following link: https://saintpetershcs.applicantpro.com/jobs/1211612.html

The UCLA Pediatric Residency Program in Los Angeles, CA has an unexpected opening for a PGY3 categorical pediatric residency position starting July 1, 2020.

The UCLA Pediatric Residency Training Program provides a state of the art education in the setting of cutting-edge clinical care, research and community partnership. The training sites complement each other to provide a well-rounded exposure to everything the field of pediatrics has to offer: high-yield general pediatrics, complex tertiary care, basic science, translational and clinical research, and a commitment to addressing child and family health needs beyond the walls of the hospital and clinic.

Applications must include Cover Letter/Personal Statement, CV, and USMLE report/scores. Qualified applicants should send their completed application to our Program Coordinator, Megan Fuller MFuller@mednet.ucla.edu.

Selected candidates will require 3 references, to include their current/former program director, at the time of interview.

Applicants must have a valid California Medical License or CA Training License by July 1, 2020.

As California Medical Board licensing requirements have changed, we will be reviewing IMG applications on a case by case basis. Similarly, visa sponsorship will also be reviewed on a case by case basis.

To learn more about the program, please visit https://www.uclahealth.org/mattel/pediatric-residency-program.

Hospice and Palliative Medicine Pediatric Track Announcement 

The Oregon Health & Science University Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program, in association with the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Bridges Pediatric Palliative Care Program, is pleased to announce a pediatric track within our well established fellowship program. 

Pending ACGME approval, anticipated October 2019:

  • We will welcome our inaugural pediatric fellow in July 2020.
  • Fellows completing the program will be eligible for board certification in Hospice and Palliative Medicine.

 

Program Highlights

We take pride in joining a community of excellent pediatric and pediatric-centered hospice and palliative medicine training programs. Strengths of our training program include:

  • Robust foundation in adult hospice and palliative medicine within a pediatric-centered program
  • Interdisciplinary training in conjunction with the Portland Veterans Hospital interprofessional palliative care fellowship, also comprising social work, chaplaincy, psychology trainees
  • Faculty with significant expertise in serious illness communication education
  • Faculty with significant medical ethics expertise
  • Growing educational opportunities in integrative care

 

About Us

Since 2002, the Hospice and Palliative Medicine training program at Oregon Health & Science University has trained hospice and palliative medicine physicians with the knowledge and skill to lead the advancement of compassionate, interdisciplinary, patient and family-centered, culturally competent care for seriously ill individuals through education, clinical care, scholarship, and advocacy. We strive to provide this training in an interprofessional, supportive, diverse, and inclusive educational environment where trainee wellbeing and professional development are our greatest priority. We collaborate with the Portland Veterans Health Care System training through a joint palliative care interprofessional fellowship program.  

The Bridges Pediatric Palliative Care Program is a dynamic interdisciplinary group that has been in existence for over 15 years. We serve the hospice and palliative care needs of pediatric patients by working directly with children and their families in the hospital, outpatient, and home settings, as well as by working closely with hospice and palliative care partners in the community. 

Portland is a vibrant city offering breathtaking nature, an incredible food scene, and a population that takes pride in community engagement. 

Please help us spread the word and direct interested candidates to:

 

Sara Taub, MD, MBe 

Oregon Health & Science University        

Department of Pediatrics Divisions of Pediatric Palliative Care and General Pediatrics

(503) 494-6187

taub@ohsu.edu

 

Katie H. Stowers, DO

Program Director, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship

Oregon Health & Science University

(503) 220-8262, ext. 55576

stowersk@ohsu.edu

Pediatric Nephrologist

Stead Family Department of Pediatrics

The Stead Family Department of Pediatrics seeks a nephrologist.  Appointment rank is open and may be to either the tenure track or clinical (non-tenure) track consistent with clinical experience and research interest.  Appointment rank to Associate of Pediatrics (non-tenure track) may also be considered.  The individual selected will join the Division of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation to provide patient care, teaching, and consultative services as a nephrologist. 

 

Requirements:

Must hold an MD/DO degree, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in Pediatrics, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in pediatric nephrology or equivalent

License or eligible for licensure in the State of Iowa

 

Desirable qualifications:

Clinical experience in pediatric nephrology

Clinical experience in pediatric transplant nephrology

Experience in patient-oriented research

Teaching competence in pediatrics for medical students and residents

Evidence of scholarly activity

Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills

 

The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine is one of the top biomedical research institutions in the nation and ranked 42nd overall and 19th among public medical schools for NIH funding in FY18.  The U.S. News and World Report research ranking places the College 15th among public institutions for 2018, and the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics ranked 24th overall and 12th in NIH funding among all public pediatric departments nationwide in FY18. The ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program at the Children’s Hospital trains 47 pediatric residents.

 

The Stead Family Department of Pediatrics comprises the medical and research staff of University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top-ranked pediatric care and research institutions. It is the only university-affiliated hospital in Iowa devoted solely to the care of infants, children, adolescents and young adults, and is Iowa’s only accredited Level 1 Regional Resource Pediatric Trauma Center. In 2019-2020 University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital ranked in six pediatric specialties in the Best Children’s Hospitals U.S. News and World Report, including cancer, neonatology, nephrology, and orthopedics, and is the only hospital in Iowa to be nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report for children’s care. A new 190-bed children’s hospital opened in February 2017. 

 

For more information contact:

Carla Nester, MD, MSc, MHCA

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Division Director of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation

carla-nester@uiowa.edu

 

Visit us on the web at: www.uichildrens.org.  

 

To apply for this position please visit The University of Iowa website at http://jobs.uiowa.edu , requisition number 73763.

 

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity I affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

Child Abuse Pediatrician

University of Iowa Stead Family Department of Pediatrics

The University of Iowa Stead Family Department of Pediatrics seeks a child abuse pediatrician.  Appointment rank is open and may be to either the tenure track or clinical (non-tenure) track consistent with clinical experience and research interest.  Appointment rank to Associate of Pediatrics (non-tenure track) may also be considered.  The individual selected will join the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine to provide patient care, teaching, and consultative services as a child abuse pediatrician. 

 

Requirements:

Must hold an MD/DO degree, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in Pediatrics, or equivalent

Board certified or eligible in Child Abuse Pediatrics, or equivalent

License or eligible for licensure in the State of Iowa

 

Desirable qualifications:

Clinical experience in the management of child abuse and neglect cases

Experience with implementation of child abuse pediatrics fellowship program in an academic setting

Clinical experience in general pediatrics and adolescent medicine in an academic setting

Experience in patient-oriented research

Teaching competence in pediatrics for medical students and residents

Evidence of scholarly activity

Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills

 

The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine is one of the top biomedical research institutions in the nation and ranked 42nd overall and 19th among public medical schools for NIH funding in FY18.  The U.S. News and World Report research ranking places the College 15th among public institutions for 2018, and the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics ranked 24th overall and 12th in NIH funding among all public pediatric departments nationwide in FY18. The ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program at the Children’s Hospital trains 47 pediatric residents.

 

The Stead Family Department of Pediatrics comprises the medical and research staff of University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top-ranked pediatric care and research institutions. It is the only university-affiliated hospital in Iowa devoted solely to the care of infants, children, adolescents and young adults, and is Iowa’s only accredited Level 1 Regional Resource Pediatric Trauma Center. In 2019-2020 University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital ranked in six pediatric specialties in the Best Children’s Hospitals U.S. News and World Report, including cancer, neonatology, nephrology, and orthopedics, and is the only hospital in Iowa to be nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report for children’s care. A new 190-bed children’s hospital opened in February 2017. 

 

For more information contact:

 

Rami Boutros, MD, MBA

Clinical Professor of Pediatrics

Division Director, General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine

Executive Medical Director, Off-site Ambulatory Programs

rami-boutros@uiowa.edu

 

Visit us on the web at: www.uichildrens.org.  

To apply for this position please visit The University of Iowa website at http://jobs.uiowa.edu , requisition number 73731.

 

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity I affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Palliative Care Division is seeking a full time BE/BC pediatric palliative care physician to join our faculty. The physician will provide palliative care consultation for children at our 259-bed teaching hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, ranked as a U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospital in multiple pediatric specialties. Primary responsibilities include providing direct patient care along with oversight of other physicians, and nurse practitioners. The provider will join an established program with opportunities for continued program development, research, QI and teaching. The team practices in all inpatient units across Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital including NICU, PICU, CVICU, medical/surgical units, cancer institute and CDH Units. We train residents and fellows at programs within our health system including our ACGME accredited Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship. Academic/teaching opportunities are available including the leadership position as Associate Program Director of the Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship. Qualified candidates may be eligible for an academic appointment at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (academic rank is open and commensurate with experience).

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital provides expert pediatric care for infants, children and teens with some of the most challenging medical problems in our community and around the world. With more than half of our 259 beds devoted to intensive care level services, we are the regional pediatric referral center for Florida's West Coast.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including medical malpractice insurance with tail insurance, relocation assistance, paid vacation, paid time and expenses for CME, 403(B) retirement plan, pension plan, short and long-term disability coverage, life insurance and health benefits.

The Tampa-St. Petersburg area offers year-round sunshine, abundant cultural and recreational activities, national sports venues, top-rated schools and an affordable cost of living. We are centrally located to many of Florida’s amenities, only minutes from beautiful gulf beaches, 90 minutes from Orlando and four hours from Miami. To confidentially learn more details, please contact:

 

Employer will assist with relocation costs.

Joe Bogan Providence Healthcare Group (817) 424-1010 (Direct) jbogan@provdoc.com

or

Laura Drach, DO Division Chief for Palliative Care (727) 767-7290 Ldrach1@jhmi.edu

 

 General Pediatric Faculty Position

The Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine (WMed) is seeking a pediatrician, board certified in general pediatrics, to join the Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. The faculty will have a full time academic appointment in the department, which has over 90 community faculty and full time faculty. The faculty should meet the medical school requirements for academic appointment at assistant professor level rank or higher.

This faculty will join a diverse team of eight general pediatricians and will have clinical, teaching, and academic responsibilities. In addition to general pediatrics clinical practice experience, the ideal candidate will have experience in teaching, research and scholarly activities. Opportunities for clinical research in collaboration with the Center for Clinical Research at WMed are available. In addition to providing general pediatric direct patient care, faculty will fully participate in the education of our medical students, pediatric, medicine-pediatric, and family medicine residents. The pediatric residency program is a fully accredited program with all subspecialty care and tertiary care capabilities. We currently have 24 categorical pediatrics residents and 16 medicine-pediatrics residents. Our medical school class size is 84 students per year.

Participation in ongoing faculty development, community outreach and advocacy, and administrative responsibilities within the medical school and residency program is an expectation of faculty and involvement may be tailored to individual faculty interest and expertise. Candidates with additional fellowship training such as, academic general pediatrics, advanced training in medical education, or public health preferred, but not required.

WMed Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine has two practice locations – Oakland Drive, Kalamazoo and Mall Drive, Portage, Michigan. Additional key services provided on-site at our Oakland Drive location include integrated behavioral health services, respiratory therapy, nutrition, social work support, ambulatory pharmacy, radiology, and laboratory services, OB/GYN, adolescent medicine, developmental behavioral pediatrics, and other pediatric subspecialty care.

Western Michigan University School of Medicine offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits.  This faculty position will have a full time academic appointment in the Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine of Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine.  Academic rank and salary are commensurate with experience.  The candidate must be eligible for full licensure to practice in Michigan.

 

Qualifications:

  • Licensure to practice medicine in Michigan.
  • Eligible for board certification or board certified.

 

About Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine

As one of the newer US medical schools, WMed is an exciting environment to pursue an academic career. The medical school is a collaboration of Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo's two teaching hospitals, Ascension Borgess Health and Bronson Healthcare. The medical school is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation supported by private gifts, clinical revenues, research activities, tuition, and endowment income. WMed is fully accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) and also by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The inaugural medical student class graduated in 2018 after completing an innovative, patient-centered four-year curriculum that prepares them to be exceptional clinicians, leaders, educators, advocates, and researchers of tomorrow. There are more than 200 residents and fellows in ten residencies and three fellowships accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). WMed has Joint Accreditation for interprofessional continuing education, which incorporates accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). The School of Medicine Clinics are housed in a modern 60,000 square foot clinical building on the Oakland Drive Campus and are accredited by The Joint Commission with recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. The 350,000 square foot educational building on the W.E. Upjohn M.D. Campus located in downtown Kalamazoo underwent a $78 million renovation and expansion project including two laboratory research floors and a state-of-the-art Simulation Center that is accredited by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. The Innovation Center on the Parkview Campus is a life science, technology, and engineering incubator serving the earliest startups to maturing companies with laboratory, office and conference space, access to core scientific equipment and expertise, and a wide range of support services.

Kalamazoo is a wonderful and vibrant city, located midway between Chicago and Detroit. It is a short distance from Lake Michigan, and home to two nationally ranked institutions of higher learning, Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo College. Kalamazoo is known for its community focus and emphasis on access to quality education at all levels. The Kalamazoo Promise is a nationally renowned program in which graduates of Kalamazoo Public Schools receive free tuition to attend public and private colleges in Michigan. Kalamazoo and Michigan provide extensive entertainment and recreational activities, including opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, unique restaurants and shops, and a strong culture supporting the arts.

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer of females, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans, and actively strives to increase diversity within its community. We provide a drug- and tobacco-free workplace.

EEO Minorities/Women/Disabled/Protected Veterans.

 

Interested and qualified applicants must apply online at www.med.wmich.edu  (click on open positions). Applicants may also contact directly: Dilip R. Patel, Chair, Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine at Dilip.patel@med.wmich.edu

Harlem Hospital is seeking two full time pediatric intensivist for the 4 bed accredited PICU and is a level II pediatric  trauma center.

Harlem Hospital is an academic affiliate of Columbia University and a member of NYC Health & Hospital System (the largest public hospital system in the USA)

2 FTE positions – one at the Division Chief level,4 bed accredited PICU

Must have completed a Pediatric Intensive Care Fellowship and be board certified in Pediatrics and board certified/board eligible in Pediatric Intensive Care

Academic appointment through Columbia’ s Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons commensurate with experience

Night call from home

One weekend per month

24 Pediatric Residents

Excellent salary and benefits package

All inquiries should be directed to : Dr. Mary-Joan Marron-Corwin, M.D.FAAP, Director of Newborn Medicine & Pediatrics @ 212-939-8457 or by email: Mary.Marron-Corwin@nychhc.org

At Kaiser Permanente, our social mission is to transform health care in the communities we serve. If you’re interested in changing lives, we’re looking for leaders with a desire to make a difference in Southern California’s underserved communities. Join us by becoming a member of the Community Medicine Junior Faculty.

The 13-month junior faculty position offers a competitive salary of $102,000 with full benefits. We currently have seven positions available for July 2020.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

  • Care for underserved patients in community and school-based clinics
  • Teach residents and medical students
  • Evaluate health needs of a population
  • Design and implement a community health intervention
  • Collaborate with community partners to improve health care delivery

SEMINAR TOPICS

  • Social Determinants of Health
  • School-Based Health Care
  • Community-Based Research
  • Health Disparities
  • Health Policy & Advocacy
  • Culturally Competent Care
  • Video Ethnography

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Visit https://residency-scal-kaiserpermanente.org/fellowship/communitymedicine/

Email Vanessa.X.Hernandez@kp.org

At New York Medical College/Metropolitan Hospital Pediatric Residency Program we have developed a robust advocacy curriculum for our pediatric residents centered around community engagement to promote a spirit of advocacy for children throughout their careers We are searching for highly motivated recently graduated or current 3rd year graduating in June 2020 for chief resident position. Chief resident position would serve for one year from July 2020-June 2021 and oversee the 21 pediatric residents.

This position offers development of leadership, teaching and administrative skills with clinical opportunities negotiable according to the candidates’ interests. This position offers a competitive salary and benefits.

We require the following:

MD or DO from an accredited medical school

Board-eligible pediatrician

 

To apply for the position, please send the following:

Updated CV

Cover letter describing why you are interested in applying for the position

2 Letter of recommendations, one must be from your current Pediatric Residency Program director

 

Please send all inquiries/applications to:

Manju Chopra MD

Program Director

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics New York Medical College/Metropolitan Hospital

1901 First Avenue, New York, NY 10029

Office: (212) 423-6228,  Fax: (212) 534-7831

Chopram@nychhc.org

The fellowship program is currently seeking qualified applicants to begin the program  July 1, 2020. The fellowship program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) in Columbus Ohio, will be accepting applications through the NRMP for the Academic General Pediatrics Fellowship, based in the Division of Primary Care Pediatrics.  Applications are due September 30, 2019.   

The mission of the fellowship program is to train general pediatricians to be academic leaders in the transformation of care delivery to improve individual and population health.  Domains of focus include health services and health policy research, evaluation of health disparities, and quality-improvement research. Fellows will devote 70% of their time to academic activities.

Fellows will receive experience and mentoring in the following areas:

  • Clinical research addressing the health needs of underserved children. Fellows will complete at least one major scholarly work. Fellows are expected to attend and present at regional and national research meetings.
  • Funding for Master’s Degree training is available for qualified fellows.  Master’s level training is available in Clinical and Translational Resarch, Public Health, Informatics, and other health related firelds at the Ohio State University.
  • Lectures and Seminars related to academic skills and leadership development are available. The Division of Primary Care holds a monthly “Research in Progress” meeting where the fellow can present research in all stages for timely feedback.  All NCH fellows partipate in a Core Didactic Curriculum geared at research and academic skill development.
  • Quality-Improvement Science.  Fellows will participate in the implementation and evaluation of at least one mentored quality-improvement project. The Division of Primary Care has won awards in innovative quality improvement and NCH is a national leader in the field. 
  • Educational excellence.  Fellows may elect to teach medical students or residents and participate in curriculum development and evaluation.
  • Clinical Care. Fellows provide care in a community-based primary care practice in culturally and ethnically diverse underserved communities.

Innovation at NCH:

Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families: Nationwide Children’s Hospital is a leader in innovation in pediatric population health.  The Healthy Neighborhood Healthy Families (HNHF) Initiative was begun over 10 years ago, recognizing that neighborhood, safety, educational opportunities, and health care associability all affect health and well-being.  HNHF provides opportunities for Academic General Pediatric fellows to explore the impact of this innovative community programming on child health. 

Partners for Kids: (PFK) Additionally, NCH is a national leader in providing comprehensive care to children and adolescents through an Accountable Care Organization (ACO).  Partners for Kids (PFK) is one of the largest pediatric ACOs in the country, and includes more than 333,000 children in 34 counties in Ohio.  PFK provides opportunities for Academic General Pediatric fellows to learn about ACOs and to study the impact of population management on child health outcomes. 

The Fellowship Program is part of in the Division of Primary Care Pediatrics, which is the administrative home of Nationwide Children’s Hospital Primary Care Network (PCN).  The PCN is comprised of pediatric primary care centers across Columbus Ohio, and two mobile units that deliver outreach care in Columbus and across rural Appalachian Ohio.  The Division includes more than 75 faculty members committed to providing care for underserved populations, educating medical students and pediatric residents, and advocating for families and children.  There are over 65,000 patients in the network, with more than 180,000 visits per year. Patients come from both rural and urban communities and a wide range of racial and ethnic groups.

Fellowship Director:

Judith A Groner, MD

Judith.groner@nationwidechildrens.org

Interim Fellowship Coordinator:

Trisha Strader

Trisha.strader@nationwidechildrens.org

614-722-4957

Fellowship Duration: 2 years with 3rd year optional.

Eligibility

Eligible applicants must have completed an accredited 3-year pediatric residency program and must be either board eligible or board certified in pediatrics.  Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Application

The fellowship program participates in the Naitonal Resident Matching Program (NRMP)

For instructions on how to apply, please review this link on the Academic Pediatric Association’s web site:

http://www.academicpeds.org/education/education_fellowships_FellApply.cfm.

  • Letters of Recommendation:
    • You will need 3 letters of recommendation
    • If you are a current resident, 1 letter must be from your current Program Director
    • Make sure each individual receives a confidential reference report. A report must be submitted alongside each letter of recommendation.
    • Letter writers should submit their letters of recommendation along with a confidential reference report via email directly to the Dr. Groner, the Fellowship Program Director.