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(3/29/2017)
Board Certified Pediatricians
Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow, Long Island, NY

The Department of Pediatrics at Nassau University Medical Center has openings for full time or part-time Board Certified pediatricians in the following specialties: Gastroenterology, Hematology-Oncology, Pulmonary, Endocrinology, Nephrology and Genetics.  Responsibilities include patient care, teaching of the residents, and didactics in the department.  The Medical Center is located in East Meadow, Long Island, New York and is affiliated with the School of Medicine of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Westbury, New York. Our training program has been accredited for more than sixty years. If you are an interested candidate, or would like more information, please contact Krishan Kumar, MD, Interim Chairman and Interim Program Director, by emailing the Residency Coordinator, Helene Gagg, at hgagg@numc.edu

(3/29/2017)
Pulmonary Medicine Fellowship
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

The Division of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine at Stanford University has an available fellowship position beginning July 1, 2017. Our program prepares specialists in the delivery of skilled medical and consultative care to patients with a broad spectrum of pediatric pulmonary conditions. This training encourages the pursuit of a career in academic pediatric pulmonary medicine. Fellows will receive education in pediatric pulmonary disorders, including asthma, cystic fibrosis, sleep disordered breathing, interstitial lung disease, lung transplant medicine, chronic lung disease of the newborn and children with chronic respiratory failure who are technology dependent. The fellows receive cross training and experience with both inpatients and outpatients. In accordance with ACGME requirements, the program will provide approximately 25% (at least 6 months) time devoted to research and scholarly activities, 50% (at least 12 months) time devoted to direct patient care activities and 25% (at least 6 months) time devoted to additional educational activities. Please contact Maya Melendrez, mayamel@stanford.edu, with any questions or to apply. Required documents for application are as follows: CV, personal statement, USMLE scores, minimum of 3 LORs including one from your Program Director.

(3/23/2017)
Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship
SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

Just obtained funding for additional Fellow in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. Applicant must be Pediatric Board eligible (BE) or Board certified (BC).

Program Director: Jacob Aranda, MD, PhD
Institution: SUNY Downstate Medical Center
445 Lenox Rd.
Brooklyn, New York 11203

email: Jacob.Aranda@Downstate.edu
Contact Fellowship Coordinator: Deborah.Pointer@Downstate.edu
Contact Person Phone:718-270-1694
Contact Fax: 718-27-1985

(3/23/2017)
Associate Program Director
Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow, Long Island, NY

The Department of Pediatrics at Nassau University Medical Center has an opening for full time Associate Program Director of the Department of Pediatrics.  The physician must be a Board Certified pediatrician. The Medical Center is located in East Meadow, Long Island, New York and is affiliated with the School of Medicine of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Westbury, New York. Our training program has been accredited for more than sixty years. If you are an interested candidate, or would like more information, please contact Krishan Kumar, MD, Acting Program Director, by emailing the Residency Coordinator, Helene Gagg, at hgagg@numc.edu.

(3/23/2017)
Hematology Hospitalist
University of California (Irvine)/CHOC, Orange, CA

The Hematology Division at CHOC Children’s in Orange, CA is proud to offer a one year Hematology Hospitalist position as part of our nationally-recognized team starting July 1, 2017. We are seeking a highly motivated post-Pediatric Residency Trained Physician, preferably a graduating 3rd year or chief resident with a gap year before starting a Peds Hem/Onc fellowship program. Under the guidance of our Faculty, responsibilities include day-time inpatient rounding and consultative services, ambulatory care clinics, opportunities for Research/ QI Projects, and flexible weeknight and weekend coverage. We care for patients with a broad range of Hematologic conditions, including Bleeding and Clotting Disorders, Red Cell Disorders, Immune Deficiencies, Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes, Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura, Vascular Anomalies, and non-malignant BMT. Located near Disneyland in Southern California, the pleasant year-round weather provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities.

If you are interested in joining our Hematology team starting July 1, 2017, please contact asoni@choc.org or call (714) 509-8459.

(3/17/2017)
First year PCCM Fellow
Pennsylvania State University Hershey Children’s Hospital, Hershey, PA

We are seeking a 1st year fellow to join the Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship at The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine and the Pennsylvania State Hershey Children’s Hospital.  As a first year fellow, you’ll join our current 2nd and 3rd year fellows to function on the front line for the clinical management of all medical and surgical patients admitted to the PICU.  Pediatric intensive care at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital continues to be one of the leaders in providing excellent, quality care to the children of central Pennsylvania.  Our PICU is an 18-bed high acuity multidisciplinary pediatric intensive care unit with a contiguous 18-bed intermediate unit for less acute cases. The PICU has active programs in all aspects of pediatric medicine and surgery including cardiothoracic surgery, transplant medicine and trauma.

As a Level I trauma center, the Children’s Hospital offers:

  • Expertise from all medical and surgical subspecialties
  • Invasive and non-invasive cardiorespiratory monitoring
  • Conventional and non-conventional modes of mechanical ventilation
  • Inhaled respiratory gases such as nitric oxide therapy
  • Renal replacement therapies
  • Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)

The Pediatric Critical Care service is the primary service responsible for the management of all medical admissions to the PICU.  A unique and strong collaborative relationship with our surgical colleagues enables our team to be integrally involved in every aspect of the hour-to-hour management of all trauma and surgical patients in the PICU.

Eight full-time and two part-time board certified critical care attendings staff the intensive care unit at all times. Recent evaluation of patient outcomes comparing PICUs nationwide demonstrated that the Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital pediatric intensive care unit's severity of illness to be amongst the highest in the nation (with one of the lowest standardized mortality ratios) which allows for a quite expansive clinical experience for physicians in training.  The teaching hospital is contiguous with the medical school and therefore provides an excellent opportunity for collaboration with basic science investigators and ample opportunity for clinical and basic science research.

The Department of Pediatrics accepts one fellow per year in its Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship.

Please see our website &/or contact … for further information

http://childrens.pennstatehealth.org/students-and-medical-training/pediatric-critical-care-fellowship

 

Anita Hicks, Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator

ahicks1@pennstatehealth.psu.edu

717-531-0003 ext.287226

 

 

 

 

 

(3/17/2017)
Pediatric Cardiology Fellow
University of California San Diego / Rady Children's Hospital , San Diego, CA

The University of California/Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship program has an unexpected opening for a second year fellow, starting in July, 2017.  Our program is the only tertiary care pediatric cardiology program in San Diego, serving a diverse metropolitan area of over three million people. We also have referral programs from Kaiser of San Diego, Balboa Navy Medical Center, and the state of Hawaii.  We have a dedicated 24 bed cardiovascular ICU, and have an active pediatric heart transplant program at RCHSD.  There are currently five fellow positions for the three years of training and three fourth year fellows.  In addition to receiving outstanding clinical training, there are extraordinary research opportunities through UCSD, The Salk, Scripps and Sanford-Burnham Institutes, as well as the world-renowned biotech community in San Diego. There are opportunities for fourth year positions in interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, and cardiac development/molecular biology. We currently have 20 full-time pediatric cardiologists and three full-time pediatric congenital heart surgeons that are extremely dedicated to teaching. 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Graduate of a medical school located in the United States or Canada, accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME)
  • Graduate of an international medical school located outside the United States and Canada who holds a current, valid certificate issued by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, is a permanent resident or citizen and holds a full and unrestricted license in the State of California to practice medicine or has received written notification from the Medical Board of California of approval to commence training in an accredited program in this state

Our program requires that applicants have completed three years of an accredited general pediatric training program. All fellows must be eligible to have a California medical license when starting the fellowship.

Interested applicants should submit:

1).  A letter of interest (applicants for a second year position should include the reason for requesting transfer).

2).  Curriculum vitae.

3).  Three letters of recommendation.

4).  USMLE Steps I, II and III scores.

5).  Medical School Performance evaluation (Dean's letter).

6).  Name and contact information for your residency (and fellowship, if   applicable) program director.

7).  Potential research interests.

8).  Whether or not you have applied for a pediatric cardiology fellowship position previously through the match.

 

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by email to:

Dr. Paul Grossfeld

Director, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program

UCSD School of Medicine

pgrossfeld@ucsd.edu

 

For more information about the program please visit our website:

http://www.rchsd.org/programs-services/cardiology/ 

(3/17/2017)
First Year Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Position
Children's National Health System (CNHS), Washington, DC

Children’s National Health System/George Washington University Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program announces a potential opening for a first-year fellowship position in our unique Food and Drug Administration/Center for Drug Evaluation and Research track. This opening developed due to a NRMP violation by the applicant who had matched into this position. You may read more about our fellowship program at our website, https://childrensnational.org/IDFellowship.

All applicants must be graduates of a US or Canadian pediatric residency program. Additionally, due to federal government hiring rules, FDA/CDER track applicants must be US citizens or green card holders. No visa sponsorship exists for this position.

Interested applicants should contact the program director, Dr. Bud Wiedermann, at bwiederm@childrensnational.org.

(3/17/2017)
Pediatric Program Coordinator
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore , Baltimore, MD

Job Details: Under limited supervision, plans, coordinates, implements and administers the post-graduate medical education training program. Demonstrates understanding for institutional, core, and program requirements as stated by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medicial Education (ACGME). Program of 24 pediatric residents (8 per class). No subspecialty fellowships.

Education/Knowledge: Seasoned professional knowledge; equivalent to a Master's degree; knowledge in more than one discipline; knowledge of and experience in graduate medical education preferred.

Education Discipline: Degree in business, management or equivalent

Experience: 3-5 years

Technical Skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Basic computer skills, Standard Office Equipment, Medical terminology, Critical thinking skills, Professional conduct, Multitasking, Articulate; exceptional organizational skills, ability to relate to both physicians, residents, and medical students. 

**Position supports the Residency Program Director and resident training program for the Department of Pediatrics. Strong organizational, detail-oriented, and effective communication/interpersonal skills along with the ability to multi-task are key to this role. Database and other software applications experience is critical. Pediatric experience preferred.**

Facility: Part of LifeBridge Health, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore features state-of-the-art facilities and renowned Centers of Excellence – some with national and international acclaim. As the largest community hospital and the third largest teaching hospital in Maryland, Sinai Hospital's mission is to provide quality patient care, educate medical students and residents, and engage in research to improve the lives of people all over the world. Sinai Hospital is a smoke-free workplace. M/F/PV/IWD Employer.

Please send inquiries to Mary Jane Herbert at mjherber@lifebridgehealth.org or apply directly via the following link to job posting:

https://www.healthcaresource.com/lifebridge/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=10013217

(3/17/2017)
Pediatric Outpatient Attending
The Herman and Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital at Sinai, Baltimore, MD

The Department of Pediatrics of the Herman and Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital at Sinai is seeking a full time Board Certified/Board Eligible pediatrician for its Pediatric Outpatient Department. Responsibilities include providing primary care to an inner city population; teaching and mentoring Sinai's pediatric residents, and medical students from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the University of Maryland School of Medicine; participating in research/quality improvement projects. Academic appointments to Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland Medical Schools are available for qualified applicants.

For more information, please contact:

Dana Silver, MD, FAAP, FABM

Director, Greenspring Pediatric Associates
(Pediatric Outpatient Department of The Herman and Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital at Sinai)
5101 Lanier Avenue
Baltimore, MD. 21215
Phone: 410.601.9300
Fax: 410.601.9205.
e-mail: dsilver@lifebridgehealth.org

(3/13/2017)
Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

We have an opening for a Pediatric Nephrology fellowship position available July 1, 2017 at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.

This is a fully ACGME accredited 3 year training program with  3 faculty, 1 physician assistant, and a full clinical experience including acute and chronic dialysis, renal transplantation, as well as a growing basic research program. 

 Interested candidates should e-mail the following:

1) Curriculum vitae.

2) USMLE transcript

3) Personal statement

 Contact:Anil Mongia, MD, Fellowship Program  Director,  Division of Pediatric Nephrology,SUNY Downstate Medical Center,450 Clarkson Avenue, Box 49, Brooklyn, NY 11203. Phone: (718) 270-1913. Fax: (718) 270-1985;e-mail: anil.mongia@downstate.edu

 

(3/10/2017)
Attending Pediatrics Positions
Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow, NY

The Department of Pediatrics at Nassau University Medical Center has openings for full time or part-time Board Certified pediatricians in primary care. Responsibilities include patient care, teaching of the residents, and didactics in the department.  The Medical Center is located in East Meadow, Long Island, New York and is affiliated with the School of Medicine of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Westbury, New York. Our training program has been accredited for more than sixty years. If you are an interested candidate, or would like more information, please contact Krishan Kumar, MD, Acting Program Director, by emailing the Residency Coordinator, Helene Gagg, at hgagg@numc.edu.

(3/10/2017)
Director, Medical Education
Akron Children's Hospital, Akron, OH

Ohio-based Akron Children’s Hospital seeks a Director of Medical Education.   Akron Children’s Hospital is the largest pediatric healthcare system in Northeast Ohio and was recently named by Modern Healthcare as the fastest growing children’s hospital in the nation!

Akron Children’s Hospital is nationally ranked by US News and World Report in seven pediatric specialties and is an integrated healthcare delivery system that includes:

  • Two free-standing pediatric hospitals
  • Robust Pediatric Residency and 12+ Subspecialty Fellowship Programs
  • 800 providers, who manage over 1,000,000 patient visits annually
  • A network of 90 primary and specialty care locations
  • Robust research and innovation endeavors

The Director of Medical Education will be responsible for the overall leadership of and accountability for the hospital’s medical education programs providing educational training for medical students, residents, fellows and CME for physicians.  Ensures institutional and program compliance and accreditation.  In collaboration with the Administrative Director for Medical Education (Designated Institutional Official), identifies and implements strategies to address hospital goals with respect to medical education while meeting the requirements of accrediting and other agencies to ensure program quality.

Candidate must be board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics or the equivalent appropriate American Specialty board.  Experience in a leadership role within the medical educational continuum is required.  Candidate must obtain/maintain an active license to practice medicine in the State of Ohio, as well as DEA certification.  Ability to obtain appointment in good standing to the hospital’s medical staff, as well as an appropriate academic appointment at Northeastern Ohio Medical University.  Proven track record of creative leadership and cross disciplinary collaboration is required.  Outstanding diplomacy skills are a must.  Strong communication, leadership, interpersonal and organizational skills required.  Membership in a national educational organization and regular attendance at their annual meeting is strongly recommended.

Community Overview

Akron Children’s Hospital is set in the beautiful Cuyahoga Valley, just minutes south of Cleveland.  From major league attractions to small-town appeal, the greater Akron area and Northeast Ohio has something for everyone.  The area is rich in history and cultural diversity, and provides a stimulating blend of outstanding educational, cultural and recreational resources.  This four-season community will have outdoor enthusiasts thrilled with over 40,000 acres of Metro Parks for year round enjoyment.  Northeast Ohio is gaining a reputation as a world-class center for research and development in a variety of high-tech industries, and has become a premiere destination to work, live, play, shop and dine!

Candidates may submit their curriculum vitae to Lori Schapel, Akron Children’s Hospital, One Perkins Square, Akron, OH 44308 or via e-mail to lschapel@chmca.org .

(3/10/2017)
Pediatric Latino Center
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

Pediatric Latino Center Positions

(3/8/2017)
Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology Fellowship Program
Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, MO

Job Description

Children’s Mercy Hospital and Clinics Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology Fellowship is now accepting applications for July 2017.  Our fellowship program, funded by a National Institute of Health T32 leverages long-standing, exemplary programs in pediatric clinical pharmacology with world-renowned faculty in the areas of evaluation of drugs in children, impact of ontogeny of drug handling and response, and pediatric pharmacogenetics. The program prides itself in developing pediatrician sub-specialists with combined expertise in Pediatric Clinical pharmacology to apply this unique skill set in successful academic careers. We have modeled success in the training of pediatric sub-specialists in numerous areas (Allergy/Asthma/Immunology, Hematology/Oncology, Infectious Disease, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Neonatology, Developmental and Behavioral Medicine, and Rheumatology) where many of past trainees have acquired NIH funding overall productive academic careers.   

Job Requirements

Applicants for the Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology fellowship training program at CMH should be either physicians (holding the MD degree or its equivalent) or clinical pharmacists (holding the PharmD or combined PharmD/PhD degree) who have completed residency and/or fellowship training in either Pediatrics (for physicians) or Pediatric Pharmacotherapy (for clinical pharmacists) in an accredited training program.  Priority will be given to candidates who are eligible for licensure in either Medicine or Pharmacy in the State of Missouri.  All applications will be viewed by the Program Director(s) and eligibility criteria may also be considered on a case by case basis. The goals of the program are to: 

  • To identify and recruit physicians and pharmacists committed to an academic career in pediatric clinical pharmacology research and support their professional development in the area.
  • To provide a structured mentoring program led by a primary research mentor and advisory committee and linked to an explicit timeline and benchmarks.
  • To facilitate the preparation, submission, and successful attainment of individual career awards (K awards) for each trainee as well as NIH loan repayment awards when appropriate.
  • To foster an interdisciplinary research training program of clinical pharmacologists, physicians and other health professionals and scientists committed to the evaluation of drugs in children. 

Fellows will receive a stipend commensurate with their PGY rank.  In addition to salary support and benefits, each fellow will be given appropriate office space, secretarial support, a computer, laboratory space and research support over the two years.

Please visit our webpage for further information: http://www.childrensmercy.org/ClinPharmFellowship/

Apply for Fellowship Position

Interested applicants should submit their application by going to the following link:  

https://www.childrensmercy.org/Health_Care_Professionals/Education/Fellows,_Residents_and_Students/Graduate_Medical_Education/Fellowship_Programs/Clinical_Pharmacology/How_to_Apply/

Please contact Dr. Bridgette Jones, Associate Program Director, BLJONES@CMH.EDU for further information and/or questions.

(3/8/2017)
Pediatric Chief Resident, PL 4
Jersey Shore University Medical Center / K. Hovnanian Children's Hospital, Neptune, NJ

The Department of Pediatrics at Jersey Shore University Medical Center / K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital is seeking a qualified candidate for a 4th year Chief Resident position for the academic year July 2017 - June 2018. This is an exciting opportunity to be an integral part of our dynamic pediatric training program, which is a major university affiliate of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a founding partner in the development of the new Hackensack Meridian Seton Hall School of Medicine.

Having the most pediatric subspecialists in the region including leading subspecialists in the areas of asthma, diabetes, epilepsy and autism, K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital serves a patient population of diverse ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds. Inpatient pediatric services include a busy general pediatric ward, new 10 bed PICU, newborn nursery, a state-designated Level III NICU and the region’s only trauma center. There are 24 pediatric residents in our program.

Candidates should have a strong academic record and exceptional interpersonal skills. The responsibilities of the position include both clinical and administrative duties. All candidates must have completed a three year residency in Pediatrics and have a strong commitment to teaching, as well as excellent leadership qualities.

Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter by e-mail to the Program Director, Dr. Paul Schwartzberg at Paul.Schwartzberg@hackensackmeridian.org  regarding this opportunity.

 

 

(3/8/2017)
PGY-2 - July 1, 2017
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

The University of Missouri Pediatric Residency Training Program in Columbia, MO is currently accepting applications to fill an unexpected opening for a PGY-2 position beginning July 1st 2017.

Our training program has a tradition of excellence, supported by a strong clinical foundation of experiences - with the right balance of inpatient, and ambulatory resident experiences. The program has a motivated clinical faculty who are dedicated to teaching and learning.

Please feel free to visit our website for further information about our program:

http://medicine.missouri.edu/childhealth/education.html

 Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME-accredited program and have permission from their current program director to apply/interview.

To apply, please e-mail the following to Penny Adams at adamspe@health.missouri.edu

1. Letter of interest - detailing reasons requesting transfer of residency

2. Curriculum Vitae

3. USMLE/COMLEX Score Transcript

4. Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE)

5. Three Letters of Recommendation, of which one must be from your current or former program director

(3/3/2017)
PGY-2/3 Position - July 1, 2017
New York Medical College at Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, NY

We are currently accepting applications for a PGY2 or PGY3 position to begin in the 2017-18 academic year. Our medium-sized program is based at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital, the premier pediatric referral center for New York's Hudson Valley. For information about our program, see our website: http://www.nymc.edu/departments/academic-departments/school-of-medicine/pediatrics/residency-programs/westchester-medical-center/

Applicants must currently be in good standing in an ACGME-accredited program.

Submitted materials should include the following:

     Letter of intent including reason for requesting transfer

     Current CV

     Letters of Recommendation

     MSPE

     All available USMLE/COMLEX Step scores

Alternatively, you may apply through ERAS or send a copy of your full ERAS application.

Applicants should send all materials to the program director:

Matthew J. Kapklein, MD, MPH

matthew_kapklein@nymc.edu

(2/24/2017)
PGY 2 Position
Baylor College of Medicine- The Children's Hospital of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

A PGY 2 position for academic year 2017-2018 has become available due to a resident making a career transition into an ophthalmology position. 

Our program has taken the Baylor standard of excellence in pediatric education into a new, fully accredited medium-sized program with a strong emphasis on community involvement and advocacy as well as individualized, learner driven education. We are in a newly renovated, free-standing children's hospital in the vibrant, culturally rich city of San Antonio, the 7th largest city in the country. You can learn more about our program by visiting www.bcm.edu/chofsaresidency or by emailing us any questions.

Applicants must be in good standing in an ACGME accredited program with their program director's permission to apply. If interested, please send a CV and letter of interest to CHofSAprp@bcm.edu for review, and information about further documentation requirements. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you.

 

(2/24/2017)
Pediatricians
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene , New York, NY

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is seeking board certified or board eligible pediatricians to join the Office of School Health.

The Office of School Health is a collaborative program between NYC’s Department of Health and Department of Education, in order to facilitate the implementation of health policy and services in the educational setting. The goal of the program is to facilitate the provision of health services that will enable students to optimize their learning potential despite medical conditions or disabilities. The Office of School Health provides health services for the 1.3 million students attending New York City public  and nonpublic schools. The School Health Physician’s role includes:

 

  • Ensuring access to medical care for all school children, including the provision of services to support the medical needs of students in the school setting
  • Providing health examinations and screenings as mandated by public health and education regulations
  • Fostering the educational achievement of children through active prevention, recognition, and follow-up of health problems that might affect the learning process
  • Advocating for policies and programs focused on improving health outcomes for NYC children and adolescents
  • Providing health education that meets the specific needs of students, parents and communities in order to encourage good health practices
  • Preventing and containing communicable or environmental threats to the health and safety of NYC school children by working with local, state, and federal entities

For additional information and/or to apply, please visit our postings on the NYC Jobs website: https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov/  and enter the corresponding Job ID in the search bar:

School Health Physician: 280630

Adolescent School Health Physician: 280639

Supervising Physician: 280647

 

(2/22/2017)
PGY 3 Pediatrics Residency Position
Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow, NY

Nassau University Medical Center has an opening for a PGY 3 Pediatrics Resident from July 1, 2017 until June 30, 2018. The Medical Center is affiliated with the School of Medicine of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Westbury, New York. Our training program has been accredited for more than sixty years. If you are an interested candidate, or would like more information, please contact Krishan Kumar, MD, Acting Program Director, by emailing the Residency Coordinator, Helene Gagg, at hgagg@numc.edu

(2/22/2017)
Chief Resident 2017-2018
University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine, Las Vegas, NV

The Department of Pediatrics at University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine is seeking one qualified candidate for Chief Resident position for the academic year of July 2017 - June 2018. This is an exciting opportunity to be an integral part of our dynamic pediatric training program, and be a junior faculty in the department of pediatrics. There are currently 39 pediatric residents in our program.

Candidate should have a strong academic record, exceptional interpersonal skills, and leadership skills. He or She must have a commitment to teaching and a sincere desire to be chief resident. Candidate must have completed a three year residency in Pediatrics.

Duties will consist of coordination of educational activities of pediatric residents, supervision of pediatric residents in ambulatory and/or inpatient settings, and the newborn nursery as necessary.


Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter by e-mail to the Program Director, Samrat Das, MD at samratd@medicine.nevada.edu or call 702 671 6408 regarding this opportunity.

(2/17/2017)
PGY5 Fellow Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital/Advocate Children’s Hospital, Park Ridge, IL

Opening for a PGY5 fellow in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine for the 2017-2018 academic year in the Chicagoland area.  Advocate Lutheran General Hospital/Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge, Illinois has a 54-bed level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, 4500 deliveries, ECMO, all surgical subspecialties.  We have strong research supported by Midwestern and Rosalind Franklin Universities. We have 100% board passage rate.  Please note that we support J-1 Visas.

Please feel free to visit our website for further information about our program: http://www.advocatehealth.com/neonatal-perinatal-medicine-fellowship-program

Interested parties may contact Tricia Babinec at patricia.babinec@advocatehealth.com or by phone at 847-723-4313.

(2/15/2017)
NYU Lutheran Medical Center Opportunities
NYU Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

NYU Lutheran is an academic, community health care and social support system that includes NYU Lutheran Medical Center, NYU Lutheran Family Health Centers, Augustana Center, senior housing, and Community Care Organization. NYU Lutheran Medical Center, founded in 1883, is a full service 450-bed academic teaching, tertiary care hospital that serves as the hub of NYU Lutheran. It includes a Level I Trauma Center, a N.Y.S. designated Stroke Center, STEMI Center, and a bariatric center of excellence.

We currently have the following opportunities available:

  • Pediatricians, Full-time hospital based physicians, to oversee patient care at NYU Lutheran’s busy Pediatrics Inpatient Floor and Newborn Nursery. The hospitalist works with a team of nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Responsibilities also include attendance of deliveries (over 4,000 per year) in conjunction with the support of an in-house Neonatologist. Candidates must have a strong commitment to clinical excellence, have an MD/DO and be board-eligible or board-certified in Pediatrics.

 

  • Neonatologists, Full-time, hospital based physicians, to oversee patient care at NYU Lutheran’s 10 bed, level-2B NICU at Lutheran Medical Center and has plans of expanding to a level 3A NICU. Candidates must have a strong commitment to clinical excellence, have an MD and be board-eligible or board-certified in Neonatology.

 

  • Director of Neonatology, Full-time, hospital based physician to join a group of five (5) full time neonatologists and oversee patient care at NYU Lutheran’s 10 bed, level-2B NICU at Lutheran Medical Center and has plans of expanding to a level 3A NICU. Candidates must have a strong commitment to clinical excellence, have an MD and be board-certified in Neonatology.

Beyond a dynamic work atmosphere and NYU Faculty appointment, we offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. For immediate consideration, please email your CV to: Mona.Rigaud@nyumc.org . EOE/AA M/F/D/V

NYU Lutheran Medical Center

http://www.lutheranhealthcare.org/

(2/15/2017)
Adolescent Medicine Attending
SBH Health System, Bronx, NY

SBH Health System seeking a dedicated teacher-clinician who will be responsible for running the adolescent clinic.

This position includes clinical, administrative and teaching responsibilities. The Hospital is affiliated with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the newly accredited CUNY School of Medicine.

St. Barnabas Hospital is a 461-bed, not-for-profit, nonsectarian, acute care community hospital. We are a NY State-designated Stroke Center, AIDS Center and Level I Trauma Center.  Our campus is beautiful and our location enables a direct commute from Manhattan, Queens, New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester, Connecticut and the Hudson Valley. We stroll ½ block to the renowned Arthur Avenue for lunch and are minutes away from Fordham University, the NY Botanical Gardens and the Bronx Zoo. Yankee Stadium is a short drive away.

The Division of Pediatrics at St. Barnabas Hospital is dedicated to our Bronx community and has a strong, established teaching tradition.

Pursuit of academic and departmental projects is expected. We seek teachers and leaders who are dedicated to advancing the specialty and practice of adolescent medicine. We offer a competitive salary, and the opportunity to join a Department that is in an exciting phase of growth and improvement: academically and clinically.

Interested physician candidates who are board eligible/certified in pediatric emergency medicine should contact Paulo Pina, MD at 718-960-9331 or ppina@sbhny.org.

St. Barnabas Hospital has changed its name to SBH Health System. As a leader in the transformation of healthcare, SBH Health System brings you a new model of care that focuses on health and wellness, prevention of illness and caring for the whole you.

(2/10/2017)
PGY-2 Position
Kaiser Permanente Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

The Kaiser Permanente Southern California Pediatric Residency Training Program in Los Angeles, California is currently accepting applications to fill an unexpected opening for a PGY-2 position beginning June 22, 2017.

Our training program has a tradition of excellence, supported by a strong clinical foundation of experiences - with the right balance of inpatient, ambulatory, and community-based resident experiences for our diverse patient population. The program has a motivated clinical faculty who are dedicated to teaching and learning.

Please feel free to visit our website for further information about our program:

https://residency-scal-kaiserpermanente.org/residency/pediatrics/

 Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME-accredited program and have permission from their current program director to apply/interview.

To apply, please e-mail the following to Autumn Ober at: autumn.s.ober@kp.org

1. Letter of interest - detaiing reasons requesting transfer of residency

2. Curriculum Vitae

3. USMLE/COMLEX Score Transcript

4. Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE)

5. Three Letters of Recommendation, of which one must be from your current or former program director

(2/8/2017)
Chief Resident
Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow, NY

Nassau University Medical Center has an opening for a 4th year Pediatric Chief Resident available from July 1, 2017 until June 30, 2018. The Medical Center is affiliated with the School of Medicine of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Westbury, New York. Our training program has been accredited for more than sixty years. If you are an interested candidate, or would like more information, please contact Krishan Kumar, MD, Acting Program Director, by emailing the Residency Coordinator, Helene Gagg, at hgagg@numc.edu.

(2/6/2017)
Second Pediatric Chief Resident (2017-2018)
Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital, Syracuse, NY

We are currently accepting applications for one additional PGY4 Pediatric Chief Resident for the 2017-2018 academic year.  If you are a PGY3 pediatric resident who would like an additional year of experience in a position customized to your academic and professional interests, we would love to hear from you.

The Pediatric Chief Resident (PCR) position is a year-long leadership experience that offers a customized blend of educational, academic, administrative, and clinical opportunities in inpatient, outpatient, and intensive care pediatrics.  The PCRs help organize conferences for our 44 housestaff, including weekly board reviews and bi-weekly morning report, and play a critical role in the education of third year medical students during their clerkship.   In addition, they have protected time for board preparation, and pursuing their own clinical or academic career interests.  The two chiefs are responsible for their own schedules so they have plenty of flexibility for being able to attend conferences, interviews, or away rotations.  They are also encouraged and funded to attend at least one conference during the year.  The position has been designed to provide teaching opportunities with residents and medical students, allow for regular patient care opportunities, and offer approximately 50% protected time for scholarship.  It is a year of excellent preparation for an academic position as well as general pediatric practice or subspecialty fellowship training.

Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and updated CV to:

Patty Mondore

Pediatrics Residency Program Coordinator

mondorep@upstate.edu

 

If you have additional questions feel free to email our program director, Dr. Gloria Kennedy, at kennedgl@upstate.edu,  or our current chiefs at pedchiefsuny@gmail.com.

 

(1/31/2017)
PL-3 Position
SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

Unexpected opening for PL3 position at State University of New York-Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.

This is a large residency program with over 80 residents and 20 Fellows.  Residents rotate through the University Hospital of Brooklyn and Kings County Hospital, one of the largest municipal hospitals in the US.  In addition to completing your requirements for Board eligibility, the program offers opportunities for an individualized program depending on the resident’s interests. 

Applicants should be in good standing in an ACGME accredited program and have permission of their current Program Director to interview.  Applicants must have passed USMLE step 3 or COMLEX Level 3 to be considered for this position.

Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, including reason for transfer, along with CV, USMLE/COMLEX score sheets and copies of medical school transcript and Dean’s letter to Henry Schaeffer, MD, Pediatric Residency Director at henry.schaeffer@downstate.edu

For more information about our residency program, please visit our website.

(1/31/2017)
Fellowship position Pediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition
Baylor College of Medicine at The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio , San Antonio, TX

The Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition with Baylor College of Medicine at The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio has a fully funded fellowship program with an opening starting July 2017.  Our goal is to train excellent pediatricians in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition as well as provide fellows with the skills needed to achieve excellence in clinical medicine, research and education.  Six board certified Pediatric Gastroenterologist will teach fellows all aspects of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition including, but not limited to:  treatment of most common gastroenterology complaints, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatic biliary disease, short bowel syndrome, celiac among others and procedures including: upper endoscopies, colonoscopies, motility studies, and advanced endoscopy.  Patients are seen in a sub-specialty clinic and a free-standing children’s hospital.  Fellows will spend about half of their fellowship actively involved in scholarly activity, either basic science or clinical research.  We are looking for candidates who desire a future in academic excellence specializing in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition.  If you desire further information or would like to apply for a position please contact Javier Monagas, MD (Javier.monagas@bcm.edu) or Cassandra Shorter (cshorter@bcm.edu) for further information.     

(1/31/2017)
Child Neurology PGY-2 Position
University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Child Neurology PGY-2 position (5-year child neurology program) starting July 2017 available at UCLA. Applicant must have completed at least one year training in pediatrics prior to start date. Please send curriculum vitae and letter of intent to pedsres@mednet.ucla.edu

(1/27/2017)
Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship - July 2017
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE

The department of Pediatric Pulmonology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center has a fully funded fellowship program with an opening starting July 2017.  Our goal is to train the next generation of pediatric pulmonologists the skills needed to achieve excellence in clinical medicine, research and education.  Six board certified pediatric pulmonologists will teach fellows all aspects of pulmonary medicine including, but not limited to:  cystic fibrosis, sleep medicine, asthma, flexible bronchoscopy and care of the technologically dependent child.  Patients are seen in a brand-new sub-specialty clinic facility and a free-standing children’s hospital.  Fellows will spend at least 18 protected months engaged actively in scholarly activity, either basic science or clinical research.  We are looking for candidates who desire a future as an excellent academic pediatric pulmonologist.  If you desire further information or would like to apply for a position please contact Heather Thomas, MD (hmthomas@unmc.edu) or Carla Pospisal (cpospisal@unmc.edu) for further information.      

(1/27/2017)
DBP Fellowship Positions
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK

The Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center offers a 3 year ACGME accredited fellowship. The training is broad and inter-disciplinary in scope and includes a strong faculty, diverse patient population, superb research training opportunities, and numerous education and advocacy experiences. The program is under the direction of Dr. Laura McGuinn, M.D. & Dr. Mark Wolraich, M.D.

We currently have 2 openings starting at the PG-4 level.

Eligibility:

Candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent green card holders and have 3 years of ACGME accredited Pediatric Residency & certified or board eligible in Pediatrics.

Qualified candidates please contact Kecia Huff at kecia-huff@ouhsc.edu

(1/23/2017)
Pediatric Global Health Fellow
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

We are excited to announce a position for a PEDIATRIC GLOBAL HEALTH FELLOW (PGHF) within the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah.  Our PGHF would be hired for one academic year starting July 1, 2017 and ending June 31, 2018. The University of Utah hires two PGHF per year.  Our fellows spend the entirety of their year working onsite in a resource-limited, culturally-distinct environment with full clinical immersion and opportunities to participate in QI and research.  Our two fellows spend alternating 6-month intervals as part of the faculty at the University of Rwanda Teaching Hospital in Butare, Rwanda and the Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Center in Chinle, Arizona, Navajo Nation. This unique fellowship does not require any time at our home institution as funding comes through the Indian Health Service.  However, mentorship is provided by talented local colleagues at both Chinle and the University of Rwanda, and by fellowship leadership in Salt Lake City, UT. Fellows are compensated competitively as compared to other Global Health Fellowships in the United States and Canada, and all travel and living expenses are included. We would be excited to have you join us in this unique, challenging and rewarding fellowship.  For more information please contact jeff.robison@hsc.utah.edu 

(1/23/2017)
Chief, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

The Departments of Pediatrics and the Joint Section of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Rush University Medical Center and the John H. Stroger Children’s Hospital of Cook County, located in downtown Chicago, are seeking a Joint Chief of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine to join our faculty. The position offers rich opportunities for research collaboration.  Resources exist to support research activities and clinical growth in partnership with multiple service lines. Ideal candidates will be able to coordinate pediatric critical care medicine, including cardiac, trauma and burn services at respective institutions, and have a demonstrated commitment to research and teaching. The position offers a competitive salary with a full and comprehensive benefits package. The successful candidate will have proven leadership skills and be an established pediatric intensivist.  Candidates should be eligible for a faculty appointment at the Associate Professor level or above.

Each hospital houses an up-to-date PICU with a combined total of 30 PICU/Intermediate beds.  The hospitals are adjacent to each other in the Illinois Medical District, 2 miles west of downtown Chicago. The combined services provide significant multidisciplinary clinical exposure to the entire spectrum of critical illness in children. The Rush PICU is a multidisciplinary and cardio-thoracic ICU and cares for patients in a 18 divided between high acuity and stepdown services. The Rush PICU has an active ECMO program that is supported by both cardio-thoracic and pediatric surgery. The Rush Center for Congenital and Structural Heart Disease has the 3rd busiest cardiac surgical program in the area and is continuing to expand their services.

The Stroger PICU consists of 10 beds and supports very active pediatric Level I trauma and burn services. Both units are major referral centers for the metropolitan Chicago and its surrounding area.  

Our ideal candidate will be able to support and advance faculty efforts in cardiac critical care, disaster preparedness, medical education and administration, ethics, palliative care, quality and safety, with a focus on research, clinical service, outreach and collaboration.

Clinical responsibilities include patient care in the intensive care units, in-house call averaging every 9th night, medical student and resident education, administrative and scholarly pursuits. Academic appointment is with Rush University Medical College. Salary and benefits are competitive and are commensurate on rank and experience. Qualified candidates must have completed an approved pediatric critical care medicine fellowship program and be Board Certified in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine by the American Board of Pediatrics. Original clinical and laboratory research, publication, and related activities are desired. 

This recruitment is part of a key strategic growth initiative within the Department of Pediatrics.  Rush is home to one of the first medical colleges in the Midwest and one of the nation’s top-ranked nursing colleges, as well as graduate programs in allied health, health systems management and biomedical research.  Rush is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please contact:

Leah Tyrrell

Manager, Faculty Recruitment

312-563-6074

Leah_M_Tyrrell@rush.edu

(1/23/2017)
PL-2 Position
Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA

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 in our Triple Board Program(Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Child Psychiatry) beginning in July 2017.  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

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

(1/20/2017)
Fellowship Program Coordinator - Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

 

The Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University is seeking a Fellowship Program Coordinator 2, to administer and support the operations of the residency rotation and fellowship program in the Division of Hematology/Oncology. The ACGME-accredited program is dedicated to producing future leaders in the field of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. This position will work closely with the Program Directors in managing and maintaining a three-year fellowship program with three fellows per year. The position will establish program activities, oversee the rotation of medical students/residents, prioritize program-related tasks and ensure that important deadlines are communicated and met. Our Fellowship Program Coordinator is involved in many aspects of the training program from administrative responsibilities to assisting with our NIH T32 grant and has has the opportunity to work with faculty and Department Administration at many levels.


Follow the link below for more information on the job posting and to apply. 

Fellowship Program Coordinator - 73691 https://stanfordcareers.stanford.edu/job-search?jobId=73691

 

(1/17/2017)
Chief Resident
Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center/Sinai Children’s Hospital , Chicago, IL

The Department of Pediatrics at the Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center/Sinai Children’s Hospital in Chicago, IL is seeking candidates to fill the Position of Chief Resident for the year 2017-2018.  This is an exciting opportunity to be an integral part of the training program of a large urban community hospital that serves a patient population of diverse ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds.  Inpatient pediatric services include a general pediatric ward, a Level III NICU, a Level I PICU, and a busy newborn nursery.

The responsibilities of the position will include both clinical and administrative duties.  All candidates must have completed a residency in Pediatrics and have a strong commitment for teaching, as well as excellent leadership qualities.  Interested candidates should contact the Pediatric Residency Program Coordinator, Ms. Latassa Love, at latassa.love@sinai.org.  If you have any questions, you may contact the Department at 773-257-6184. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

 

 

 

 

(1/17/2017)
Pediatric Simulation Fellowship
University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

The UCSF Pediatric Simulation Fellowship Program is a 1-year non-ACGME fellowship. The overall goals of the fellowship are to develop expertise in simulation as an educational strategy, and to acquire foundational skills to conduct scholarly work in the area of simulation. To accomplish these goals, the fellowship consists of a combination of coursework and experiential learning. The fellowship collaborates closely with PhD educators in the Office of Research and Development in Medical Education at UCSF to ensure there is adequate mentoring for scholarly projects, and fellows are fully integrated in ongoing learning opportunities for educational scholars at UCSF. Fellows will complete the Teach for UCSF Simulation Certificate Program, participate in course work and conduct a mentored project through the UCSF Pathways in Education Program and will learn about grant writing, research methodology and dissemination of scholarly work. They will teach in the UCSF pediatric residency simulation curriculum, the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital mock code program and other simulation teaching opportunities. Fellows participate in the University of California Simulation Consortium Fellowship Interest Group to establish collaborative networks in the region. Funding for registration and travel for relevant conferences is available.

Objectives

Upon completion of the fellowship, the fellow will be able to

  1. Analyze literature related to simulation and apply learning theories to simulation
  2. Design curriculum using simulation as an educational strategy
  3. Effectively teach in simulation programs, including effective conduction of debriefin after scenario-based simulation
  4. Utilize assessment tools appropriate for the context of simulation-based education
  5. Design and implement an educational research project around a simulation-related topic

 Eligibility

Eligible candidates have completed clinical fellowship training in a pediatric subspecialty (typically, pediatric critical care, emergency medicine, neonatology, hospital medicine). Eligibility is further contingent on approval of the UCSF division chief of the respective subspecialty.

Fellows are appointed as non-ACGME fellows with a clinical instructor appointment and receive a salary according to the UCSF GME payment scale. Clinical duties will be assigned in coordination with the responsible division chief but will be limited compared to a full-time faculty position to ensure ample time to complete the goals of the fellowship.

Interested candidates should contact the Pediatric Simulation Fellowship Director,  Dr. Sandrijn van Schaik at Sandrijn.vanschaik@ucsf.edu

 

(1/11/2017)
PGY-4 Neonatal Perinatal Fellowship
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC

Wake Forest School of Medicine has an opening for a first year fellow (PGY 4) in July 2017.  Our Neonatal Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program in Winston-Salem, NC is an ACGME-accredited program and currently has six fellows.  Our collegial environment includes 13 academic  faculty members with a variety of activities in teaching, quality improvement, and clinical research, as well as a strong group of motivated fellows. Our institution has numerous and diverse opportunities for career development in translational sciences, clinical research, epidemiology, in addition to a wide variety and of pathology and clinical learning opportunities. Please visit our website for further information about our program: 

http://www.wakehealth.edu/School/Neonatal-and-Perinatal-Medicine/Fellowships.htm

Applicants must successfully complete a US Pediatric Residency and have taken and passed Step III of the USMLE or COMLEX exams within three attempts. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by fax or email to:

Jennifer Helderman, MD, MS, Program Director or

Brenda Barron, Program Coordinator
fax (336) 716-2525
phone (336) 716-4663
jhelderm@wakehealth.edu

bbarron@wakehealth.edu

 

The following items must be included with your initial submission:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • USMLE Steps I and II CK and CS, and Step III scores

(Please note that we do not support H1B visas)

(1/11/2017)
PGY-2 - July, 2017
Holtz Children’s Hospital/University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL

PGY-2 position available July, 2017 at Holtz Children’s Hospital/University of Miami Miller School of Medicine due to a planned departure. Join 80+ other Peds and Med-Peds residents in beautiful and sunny Miami, FL! Jackson Memorial is one of the nation’s largest academic medical centers, with more than 1,000 house officers and 70 ACGME-accredited training programs. The Pediatric Residency program offers abundant specialized educational opportunities, including international electives, our pediatric mobile clinic, simulation training, weekly protected academic time, a choice of continuity clinic practices, and a newly affiliated site for primary/secondary care which encourages substantial resident autonomy. The curriculum is rigorous but prepares residents for whatever career they choose in Pediatrics. If interested, please e-mail your CV to Ms. Vivian Martell, Program Coordinator, at vdechard@med.miami.edu, or fax to 305-545-6018. For more information, e-mail us, phone us at 305-585-6042, find us on the web at http://www.jacksonhealth.org/graduate/pediatrics.asp, or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/umiamiholtzpeds.

(1/11/2017)
Residency Program Director
Richmond University Medical Center, Staten Island, NY

Richmond University Medical Center is seeking a Residency Program Director to lead a fully accredited pediatrics residency training program. The candidate must be board certified in pediatrics, meet the requirements for Maintenance of Certification in pediatrics or a subspecialty of pediatrics through the ABP, and have at least 3 years of educational and administrative experience within a residency training program. . The residency program director will be responsible for ensuring that residents receive maximum benefit from their training and educational experience while meeting the standards of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and Pediatric Review Committee (PRC). The Residency Program Director will work together with the Designated Institutional Officer, Chairman of Pediatrics, Chief Medical Officer, and Associate Program Director to achieve the goals and objectives of our program.

 Requirements:

  • Board Certified in Pediatrics and/or Pediatric Subspecialty
  • Minimum of 3 experience in pediatric residency administration
  • Clinical duties will be expected in addition to academic leadership responsibilities.
  • Working knowledge of policies and procedures necessary for a successful Pediatric Residency Program.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and mature judgment sufficient to ensure collaboration with diverse constituencies at all functional levels.
  • Commitment to academic excellence and leadership skills to support our dynamic residency program
  • Ability to work on multiple projects and task concurrently while tracking and meeting deadlines
  • Strong communication and program assessment abilities with demonstrated experience with undergraduate and graduate medical education.

 Our program has 18 residents and emphasizes both primary and subspecialty care experiences, quality care initiatives, mentorship, and developing well-rounded advocates for children’s health issues.  The program is located in Staten Island, NY and is currently constructing a new state-of-the-art Emergency Care Center due to be completed in late 2018.    


Qualified candidates must possess a NYS MD License, have current BLS/PALS certification; have excellent communication skills and an exceptional work ethic. Salary is commensurate with experience and an attractive health-benefits package is offered.

Please submit your CV to dharasek@rumcsi.org. Richmond University Medical Center is an EOE/AA employer

 

(1/10/2017)
Chief Resident (2017-2018)
Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA

This is to welcome external applicants to our ongoing recruitment for Chief Resident for the 2017-2018 academic year.

We accept applications from PGY3 pediatric residents with outstanding qualifications and in good standing in their residency programs. Please be advised that this is actually a faculty position and salary is commensurate with MSM rank of Clinical Instructor (entry level professor for new physician residency program graduates at MSM).

In addition to the job description and helping to train future colleagues, our Chief Resident has protected time to prepare for boards, attend at least 2 conferences during the year, learn leadership and administrative skills that will be valuable in any healthcare setting and has time to develop his/her own professional interest.

Interested candidates should send a brief letter of interest to the Pediatric Residency Program Director (Dr. Sandra Moore) at smoore@msm.edu ASAP

Do feel free to email or call Dr. Moore (smoore@msm.edu 404 756 1371 (office) or the current Chief resident, Dr. Terao (pedschief@msm.edu, cell 301-661-0080) for additional questions.

(1/9/2017)
Second Year Fellow - July 2017
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine at Cohen Children's Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY

We are in need of a Fellow in Neonatology to fill an unexpected vacancy as a Second Year fellow beginning July 2017.

Candidate must be BC/BE in Pediatrics and have completed a US residency in pediatrics.

Contact:

Richard Schanler MD

Director, Neonatal Services

Cohen Children's Medical Center

and Northwell Health,

Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

 

718-470-3440

718-347-3850 (fax)

schanler@northwell.edu

 

 

(1/4/2017)
Medical Director
University of Texas at Austin UHS, Austin, TX

Expert clinician and collaborative leader with a strong work ethic and a contagious passion for the profession sought for the position of University Health Services (UHS) Medical Director at The University of Texas at Austin.

Responsibilities span direction and oversight of medical services; supervision of 18 board-certified physicians, 8 nurse practitioners, and 4 physician assistants; clinical oversight of ancillary services; administration of credentialing and privileging and the CME program; and spending a portion of each week providing direct patient care in the clinics. The Medical Director also serves as a member of the senior administrative staff, which provides strategic direction for and plans, develops, coordinates, and assesses the health service.

University Health Services (UHS)

Last year, UHS clinics treated nearly 25,000 unique patients in over 70,500 visits in our AAAHC- accredited 45,000 sq. ft. on-campus ambulatory care facility, which serves a culturally diverse population of more than 51,000 high-achieving graduate and undergraduate college students.

Our primary care, urgent care, sports medicine, women’s health, allergy/immunization/travel health, and physical therapy clinics are supported by on-site lab and radiology services, integrated health counselors, public health professionals, and student enrichment programs.

In addition to the UT Austin benefits package, UHS provides medical license renewal reimbursement, and free weekly accredited CME programs.

Click here to explore the opportunity and apply.

The University of Texas at Austin

Founded in 1883, the flagship institution of The University of Texas System is one of the largest and most respected public universities in the United States. True to its motto, What starts here changes the world, we support a learning community of students from every state in the nation and more than 100 countries. The main campus sits next to the Texas State Capitol at the heart of Austin, a national creative center and technology hub. Learn about life in Austin.

The Ideal Candidate

We seek a physician with at least five years of clinical experience in primary care at an ambulatory care clinic or the equivalent in a similar setting; strong clinical competencies in primary care for young adults; and demonstrated leadership, supervisory, or administrative experience. 

The ideal candidate brings strong team-building skills with an emphasis on consensus-building in order to foster collaboration across a multi-disciplinary team of professionals so that they may deliver the highest possible quality of care. He or she possesses outstanding interpersonal, communication, and change management skills, delegates effectively, and would enjoy playing a visible role in support of the mission.