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Child Abuse Pediatrician - Hawai‘i Pacific Health Medical Group

The Hawai‘i Pacific Health Medical Group is comprised of over 700 employed physicians and advanced practice providers. Together with our four medical centers (Kapi‘olani, Pali Momi, Straub, and Wilcox) and more than 50 convenient clinic locations statewide, our nonprofit health system is one of the state’s largest health care providers. Our network of physicians and specialists work together to provide a distinctive and effective model of coordinated care for maintaining the health and wellness of our patients.

Hawai‘i Pacific Health Medical Group is seeking a board certified/eligible Child Abuse Pediatrician or physician with at least 5 years of extensive experience in child abuse to help with the ongoing development of a hospital-based child abuse program. Outstanding collaborative skills and a strong interest in multidisciplinary work and community outreach are essential. Located in Honolulu, we are the only Children’s Hospital in the state and receive consultations from military and community hospitals on neighbor Hawaiian islands and the Pacific region. We have outstanding working relationships with the Departments of Health and Human Services as well as key child health legislators. This is an exciting opportunity for either a mid-career physician seeking to further develop a well-funded and established program or a younger Child Abuse Pediatrician eager to work in the most ethnically diverse State with other desirable attributes. Academic appointment commensurate with rank is at the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawai‘i with medical student and resident education an important component of the position. Excellent salary and benefits. Research opportunities exist but are not central to the position.

For more information, and to submit your CV and Cover Letter, please contact our Physician Recruiter:

Ruthie Camello-Reyes, Physician Recruiter
[email protected], Office:  808-983-6931, Fax:  808-983-6086

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Posted 05.13.21


Clinical Associate Professor or Clinical Professor, Fellowship Director - University of Washington

Clinical Associate Professor or Clinical Professor, Fellowship Director, Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics
University of Washington: Academic Personnel: School of Medicine: Pediatrics: Pediatrics, General Pediatrics

The University of Washington, Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics invites applications for a full time faculty position as a Clinical Associate Professor or Clinical Professor, with rank commensurate with experience and qualifications on the Full Time Clinical Faculty track. This is a 12-month service period (July 1 – June 30). As a Director of the ACGME Fellowship in Child Abuse Pediatrics in the Safe Child and Adolescent Network, the successful applicant will engage in clinical work and post-graduate medical education.  Anticipated start date is summer/fall 2021.

All University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service.

Protected administrative time will also be provided for fellowship direction. The director is expected to recruit and oversees selection of new fellows, develop and maintain a curriculum of didact and experiential learning that meets ACGME requirements, and provide support and mentorship to fellows as they develop clinically, academically and interpersonally.

Qualifications

The successful candidate will have earned an MD, DO, or (foreign equivalent), be board certified in pediatrics, fellowship trained and board-certified or board-eligible in child abuse pediatrics. The successful candidate will have relevant academic scholarship (publications, curriculae) and experience in the field child abuse pediatrics.

In order to be eligible for University sponsorship for an H-1B visa, graduates of foreign (non-U.S.) medical schools must show successful completion of all three steps of the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE), or equivalent as determined by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.

Application Instructions

If you are interested in this applying for this position, please submit a cover letter describing your interest, along with a current CV.

Application Process

This institution is using Interfolio's Faculty Search to conduct this search. Applicants to this position receive a free Dossier account and can send all application materials, including confidential letters of recommendation, free of charge

Select this link to apply now.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status.

Commitment to Diversity

The University of Washington is committed to building diversity among its faculty, librarian, staff, and student communities, and articulates that commitment in the UW Diversity Blueprint (http://www.washington.edu/diversity/diversity-blueprint/). Additionally, the University’s Faculty Code recognizes faculty efforts in research, teaching and/or service that address diversity and equal opportunity as important contributions to a faculty member’s academic profile and responsibilities (https://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/FCG/FCCH24.html#2432).

Posted 05.03.21


Associate or Full Professor (WOT) Fellowship Director - University of Washington

Associate or Full Professor (WOT) Fellowship Director, Department of Pediatrics, Divison of General Pediatrics
University of Washington: Academic Personnel: School of Medicine: Pediatrics

The University of Washington, Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics invites applications for a full time faculty position as an Associate Professor (without tenure) or Professor (without tenure), with rank commensurate with experience and qualifications on the Clinician-Scholar track. This is a 12-month service period (July 1 – June 30). As a Director of the ACGME Fellowship in Child Abuse Pediatrics in the Safe Child and Adolescent Network, the successful applicant will engage in clinical work and post-graduate medical education.  Anticipated start date is summer/fall 2021.

All University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service.  The successful clinician-scholar will be expected to engage in an area of scholarly activity that complements the clinical work proposed. The position includes protected time for scholarly work.

Protected administrative time will also be provided for fellowship direction. The director is expected to recruit and oversees selection of new fellows, develop and maintain a curriculum of didact and experiential learning that meets ACGME requirements, and provide support and mentorship to fellows as they develop clinically, academically and interpersonally.

Qualifications

The successful candidate will have earned an MD, DO, or (foreign equivalent), be board certified in pediatrics, fellowship trained and board-certified or board-eligible in child abuse pediatrics. The successful candidate will have relevant academic scholarship (publications, curriculae) and experience in the field of child abuse pediatrics.

In order to be eligible for University sponsorship for an H-1B visa, graduates of foreign (non-U.S.) medical schools must show successful completion of all three steps of the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE), or equivalent as determined by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.

Application Instructions

If you are interested in this applying for this position, please submit a cover letter describing your interest, along with a current CV.

Application Process

This institution is using Interfolio's Faculty Search to conduct this search. Applicants to this position receive a free Dossier account and can send all application materials, including confidential letters of recommendation, free of charge.

Select this link to apply now

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status.

Commitment to Diversity

The University of Washington is committed to building diversity among its faculty, librarian, staff, and student communities, and articulates that commitment in the UW Diversity Blueprint (http://www.washington.edu/diversity/diversity-blueprint/). Additionally, the University’s Faculty Code recognizes faculty efforts in research, teaching and/or service that address diversity and equal opportunity as important contributions to a faculty member’s academic profile and responsibilities (https://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/FCG/FCCH24.html#2432).

Posted 05.03.21


Child Safety and Advocacy Attending Pediatrician

Check us out here: https://www.geisingerjobs.org/accolades

The Department of Pediatrics and the Janet Weis Children’s Hospital at Geisinger is seeking a Board Eligible/Certified child abuse pediatrician to serve in the Division of Child Safety and Advocacy. The candidate will provide oversight, direct patient care, teaching and consultative services as a child abuse pediatrician. Our Division currently consists of a Board-Certified Child Abuse Pediatrician, two General Pediatricians who provide clinical oversight in both inpatient and outpatient treatment of abuse, program manager with administrative and social work background and a pediatric sexual assault nurse examiner. Our Division includes a fully accredited Child Advocacy Center (CAC) which utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach in the treatment of suspected child abuse and neglect. The candidate will work closely with the CAC Program Manager who has 30 years of experience to deliver comprehensive medical evaluation and treatment to child victims in the CAC setting, as well as to develop strategies for continual enhancement of our system wide response to child abuse and neglect.  Our Children’s Hospital serves as the region’s only child abuse program and includes an active inpatient consultative service that works closely with providers in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Hospitalist Service, Pediatric Emergency Department and Pediatric Trauma Service.

We seek a dynamic individual who will help lead our efforts in the prevention, identification and treatment of child abuse and neglect within central, northeast and southeast Pennsylvania.

Position Requirements

Graduate of an accredited School of Medicine, board eligible/certified in Pediatrics and Child Abuse. The candidate should be comfortable in both the outpatient and inpatient settings. General pediatric core skills are required.

Licensure, Registry, or Certification Required: Current License to practice medicine in PA, DEA number, valid PA driver’s license, maintenance of Board Certification in Child Abuse Pediatrics.

To be considered for this position, please send your CV to: Dr. Pat Bruno C/O Betsy Kelchner, Senior Provider Recruiter, at [email protected].

Posted 04.26.21


Section Head, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital - Nashville, TN

The Department of Pediatrics at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine is seeking a Board-certified Child Abuse Pediatrician to serve as Section Head for the Center for Child Protection & Well-Being at Monroe Carell Junior Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Interested candidates will have the opportunity to lead an established child abuse pediatrics team consisting of one child abuse pediatrician and a program coordinator, with close ties to the pediatric social work department, including a dedicated team social worker. With our active inpatient consultative service and a growing outpatient clinic, we evaluate children suspected of being physically abused, neglected, or victims of medical child abuse. Through a relationship with a separate center for the evaluation of sexually abused children, our child abuse pediatricians also supervise a team of forensic nurse practitioners.

The Section Head will be responsible for leading all aspects of the program, including administrative, clinical, educational, advocacy, and scholarship, and will work directly with division and department leadership to achieve programmatic goals. We seek individuals with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a growth-oriented mindset. The Department of Pediatrics offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.

The 343-bed Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt is the stand-alone children’s hospital of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The catchment area for the Children’s Hospital includes middle Tennessee, southern Kentucky, and northern Alabama and is the only Level 1 pediatric trauma center in the region. Our center is the only program offering services focused on the medical evaluation of child physical abuse and neglect for this region.

Vanderbilt University, nationally recognized in higher education and healthcare, is the second largest private employer in Tennessee and is in the heart of Nashville. This capital city has a diverse population and is marked by its unique blend of big city flair and small-town charm. Nashville has been named one of the 15 best U.S. cities for work and family as well as America’s friendliest city three years in a row. Nationally recognized restaurants, unique and historical neighborhoods, and a wide array of cultural experiences including a vibrant music and entertainment scene make Nashville a wonderful place to call home.

Please send a cover letter along with a CV to:

Derek J. Williams, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Division Chief, Pediatric Hospital Medicine
[email protected]

Posted 04.26.21


BC/BE Child Abuse Pediatrician, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital - Nashville, TN

The Department of Pediatrics Vanderbilt University School of Medicine is seeking a BC/BE Child Abuse Pediatrician to join the Center for Child Protection & Well-Being at Monroe Carell Junior Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Interested candidates will have the opportunity to join an established child abuse pediatrics team consisting of one child abuse pediatrician and a program coordinator, with close ties to the pediatric social work department, including a dedicated team social worker. With our active inpatient consultative service and a growing outpatient clinic, we evaluate children suspected of being physically abused, neglected, or victims of medical child abuse. Through a relationship with a separate center for evaluation of sexually abused children, the CAPs supervise forensic nurse practitioners. Participation in hospital and community-based multidisciplinary team meetings as well as education of learners are key roles of all the team members. In addition to clinical activities, opportunities to engage in research, quality improvement, or medical education are also available and highly encouraged. The Department of Pediatrics offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. We are seeking candidates for an Assistant or Associate Professor academic appointment with opportunities for leadership and growth of the team depending on experience and interests.

The 343-bed Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt is the stand-alone children’s hospital of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The catchment area for the Children’s Hospital includes middle Tennessee, southern Kentucky, and northern Alabama and is the only Level 1 pediatric trauma center in the region. Our center is the only program offering services focused on the medical evaluation of child physical abuse and neglect for this region.

Vanderbilt University, nationally recognized in higher education and healthcare, is the second largest private employer in Tennessee and is located in the heart of Nashville. This capital city has a diverse population and is marked by its unique blend of big city flair and small-town charm. Nashville has been named one of the 15 best U.S. cities for work and family as well as America’s friendliest city three years in a row. Nationally recognized restaurants, unique and historical neighborhoods, and a wide array of cultural experiences including a vibrant music and entertainment scene make Nashville a wonderful place to call home.

Please send a cover letter along with a CV to:

Derek J. Williams, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Division Chief, Pediatric Hospital Medicine
[email protected]

Posted 04.26/.21


BC/BE Child Abuse Pediatrician - Oakland, CA

QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE COMFORTABLE WITH:

  • Providing subspecialty consultation for cases of suspected child maltreatment
  • Availability for TCS and to support outpatient, inpatient and ED providers across the region
  • Improving outcomes for our pediatric members and increasing the quality of care for patients being evaluated for suspected child maltreatment
  • Teleconsultation and ability to travel as the position grows

THIS POSITION WILL INVOLVE:

  • Collaboration with physician child abuse champions and their teams at each medical center and acting as a partner with medical center workflow
  • Association with certain county agencies
  • Externally referring evidentiary child sexual abuse exams
  • Availability for on-call consultation (phone, in-person) outside of regular clinic hours to be shared with CASP physician team

A FEW REASONS TO CONSIDER A PRACTICE WITH TPMG:

  • Work-life balance focused practice, including flexible schedules and unmatched practice support.
  • We can focus on providing excellent patient care without managing overhead and billing.
  • We demonstrate our commitment to a culture of equity, inclusion, and diversity by hiring physicians that reflect and celebrate the diversity of people and cultures. We practice in an environment with patients at the center and deliver culturally responsive and compassionate care to our member populations.
  • Multi-specialty collaboration with a mission-driven integrated health care delivery model.
  • An outstanding electronic medical record system that allows flexibility in patient management.
  • We have a very rich and comprehensive Physician Health & Wellness Program.
  • We are Physician-led and develop our own leaders.
  • Professional development opportunities in teaching, research, mentorship, physician leadership, and community service.

EXTRAORDINARY BENEFITS:

  • Competitive compensation and benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental
  • Moving allowance and home loan assistance - up to $200,000 (approval required)
  • Malpractice and tail insurance
  • Paid holidays, sick leave, education leave
  • Shareholder track
  • Three retirement plans, including pension

To learn more about these opportunities and to apply, please visit: https://tpmg.permanente.org/.

If you are interested, please contact: Judy Padilla, Regional Recruiter, Physician Recruitment Services, at: [email protected] or 510-625-5915. We are an EOE/AA/M/F/D/V Employer. VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

Connect With Us:

Facebook: @TPMGPhysicianCareers
LinkedIn: /company/the-permanente-medical-group/
Twitter: @TPMGDocCareers
Instagram: @TPMGPhysicianCareers

Posted 04.19.21


Medical Director/Institute Director

The Child Abuse Research Education and Service (CARES) Institute at Rowan University (RU), School of Osteopathic Medicine is pleased to announce a national search for a Medical Director/Institute Director with an academic appointment in the Department of Pediatrics. Rank commensurate with academic credentials in the clinical educator track. The Institute’s founding co-directors, Martin A. Finkel, DO and Esther Deblinger, Ph.D. have established a nationally/internationally recognized Center of Excellence positioned to continue its growth and development, and integrates medical and mental health aspects of its operations.

The Institute maintains academic appointments in the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry. With over 50 staff and faculty, the Institute supports its robust clinical, training, and research missions. The Medical Director/Institute Director will collaborative with the Institute Co-director, Dr. Esther Deblinger. Our affiliation with Cooper Hospital, CARES Institute offers New Jersey’s only Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellowship.

https://centers.rowanmedicine.com/cares/index.html

Duties of the Medical Director/Institute Director include but are not limited to:

Leadership/ Academic

  • Advance clinical, educational, research efforts, capabilities, and capacity.
  • Provide strategic leadership to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies.
  • Promote/mentor the academic careers of medical faculty
  • CAN education for medical students, residents, and faculty.
  • Collaborate with the State of New Jersey’s Division of Children and Families (DCF) leadership and legislative allies.
  • Support CAN Pediatrics fellowship and partnership with Cooper University Hospital/Department of Pediatrics and maintain fellowship accreditation.
  • Seek grants, contracts, major gifts, and State appropriations to assure fiscal solvency/independence in collaboration with RU Office of Government Affairs and the RU Foundation.

Administrative

  • Develop and maintain department budget and attain fiscal targets.
  • Direct and facilitate the recruitment, retention, and professional development
  • Serve on key committees and task forces within the University, and external groups.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Dean.

Clinical

  • Provide and manage direct patient care at our two outpatient clinical offices and inpatient consultation to Cooper Hospital.
  • Work with other Department Chairs of the School to improve the Faculty Practice Plan’s quality, service delivery, and financial performance.
  • Communicate with physicians and hospital staff to support and enhance patient care.

Qualifications

  • DO, MD, or MD-PhD degree; eligible for licensure in New Jersey
  • Board Certified in Child Abuse Pediatrics
  • Appointment appropriate to academic credentials in the clinical-educator track

Qualified candidates are invited to apply online on the Rowan University job site: https://jobs.rowan.edu/en-us/job/495140/medical-directorinstitute-director-som.

Posted 04.14.21


Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children - Child Abuse Pediatrician

About the Opportunity

The Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is seeking a board certified/board eligible child abuse pediatrician (CAP) to join their practice.  The Center is a nationally accredited child advocacy center with a multidisciplinary team consisting of forensic interviewers, a family advocate, behavioral health professionals, a training and prevention team, as well as advanced practice providers (APP), child life specialist, medical assistant and child abuse pediatric fellows.  
Clinical responsibilities include providing inpatient consultations at the 3 free-standing pediatric hospitals within the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta enterprise as well as evaluating outpatients at the Center.  The team of APPs provides 24/7 coverage to all the emergency departments for cases of sexual abuse.  There are numerous opportunities for education and advocacy throughout the state to our community partners and providers, as well as to medical students, pediatric residents, nursing students and fellows.

Child Protection Center | Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (choa.org)

About Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Children’s is the largest pediatric healthcare system in Georgia and one of the largest in the country, serving over 400,000 unique patients each year with 638 licensed beds. Children's has state-of-the-art facilities and technology, an electronic medical record, voice recognition software and access to more than 60 pediatric sub-specialties. In addition to being recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a top pediatric hospital, Children’s has been consistently recognized as one of Fortune magazine’s 100 best places to work.

To express interest, please apply online at www.choa.org/jobs, or email Kara Rawlinson, Physician Recruiter, at [email protected].

Posted 04.08.21


Division Chief, Child Protection Program - University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin (UW) School of Medicine & Public Health is recruiting a full-time physician at the faculty rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor to lead our Division of Child Protection. This position will lead the clinical, research, and outreach missions of the UW’s Child Protection Program. The Division Chief will play a pivotal role in maintaining strong community partnerships and enhancing the region-wide advocacy efforts for children affected by child maltreatment. This person will lead a skilled multidisciplinary team in providing clinical care to suspected victims of child abuse in both the ambulatory and inpatient environments. Educational activities will include bedside, classroom, and small group teaching to a variety of learners and community partners. A strong interest in clinical research or scholarly activity is expected. Outstanding communication skills and a collaborative work ethic are essential for this position.

The 111-bed American Family Children’s Hospital at UW Health opened in August of 2007 and is the only facility in Madison exclusively devoted to the care and treatment of children. In addition to serving our local community, the hospital receives tertiary referrals from throughout the state and region and is staffed by providers from every subspecialty area. The Department of Pediatrics (www.pediatrics.wisc.edu) has 188 faculty and offers a full range of pediatric subspecialty care.

The UW offers access to all the benefits of a preeminent public research university connected to a top-ranked academic medical center. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is known for its beautiful lakeside setting, a top-rated record of federal research funding, and excellence in teaching. The city of Madison (pop. 255,000), the state capitol, boasts a high quality of life that includes excellent schools, fine residential areas, clean air, and abundant cultural and recreational opportunities.

Position requirements:  M.D. or equivalent; board-certified or board-eligible; completion of pediatric residency and fellowship in child abuse pediatrics. Outstanding communication skills, the ability to effectively lead a team, and previous experience building collaborative partnerships are essential.

Please send letter of interest and CV to Ellen Wald, M.D., Chair, Department of Pediatrics, 600 Highland Avenue, Box 4108, Madison, WI 53792 ([email protected]).

The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply. Wisconsin Open Records and Caregiver laws apply. A background check will be conducted prior to employment.

Posted 03.22.20


BC/ BE Child Abuse Pediatrician

Tufts Children’s Hospital is looking to add another BC/ BE Child Abuse Pediatrician to join our established multi-disciplinary team. Tufts Children’s Hospital provides pediatric care within our children’s hospital within a general hospital in Boston, and through a network of hospitals throughout Massachusetts. The position involves initial consultation and follow-up of suspected child maltreatment cases, education of staff and trainees at our hospital and through our network, and opportunities for advocacy and involvement in a variety of issues related to child welfare.

This is the perfect position for a physician who wants flexibility in their work. The position is flexible; about 0.5 FTE will be occupied by child protection clinical work. The person who fills this position may elect to work part-time, to join the pediatric hospitalist or pediatric primary care team, or conduct research, either in the Pediatric Department or the Center for Community-Engaged Medicine at the Tufts Clinical Translational Science Institute.

About Our Team

Our multi-disciplinary team includes social work, two physicians, and family nurse practitioner. The team is part of the Hospitalist program, which provides inpatient coverage to Tufts Children’s Hospital and our network of care in Eastern Massachusetts. Tufts Children’s Hospital is a Level 1 trauma center. Tufts Medical Center has multiple residency training programs. Tufts University School of Medicine and Dental School are across the street.

Child Abuse Pediatrics Responsibilities

  1. Shared on-call for consultations regarding cases of suspected child abuse or neglect anywhere in our system. We have four medical providers sharing the call schedule. This includes telephone virtual consultations, in-person consultation at Tufts Children’s Hospital, supervision of an advanced practice nurse, and court testimony as related to cases seen.
  2. Education for medical and dental students, pediatric and surgical residents, and pediatric subspecialty teams.

Other opportunities depending on candidate’s interest, each up to 0.5 FTE.

We offer outstanding opportunities for clinical practice, teaching and research as well as competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package.

Interested candidates, please send your confidential CV to:

Jennifer Colon
Physician Recruiter
Tufts Medical Center Physicians Organization
Fax: 617-636-6366
Email: [email protected]
www.tuftsmedicalcenter.org

Tufts Medical Center Physicians Organization is an EEO/AA employer.

Posted 03.08.21


Full Time Faculty Position, University of North Carolina

The Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (GPAM) at the University of North Carolina is recruiting a for a full time faculty position, which will have joint responsibilities in in the Section of Child Maltreatment (.60 FTE) and the Division of Hospital Pediatrics (.40 FTE). The primary role is to lead the inpatient child abuse and neglect service at UNC Children’s Hospital, in addition to leading the educational efforts for resident and medical student child maltreatment education. The Child Maltreatment Section is a diverse team including three board certified child abuse pediatricians, one nurse practitioner and two social workers, and includes a state-funded educational program that assures the quality of medical child abuse evaluations across the state.

In addition to this section, the GPAM division includes a wide range of clinical services, a long history of important research, a central educational role and active advocacy. Current clinical care includes a primary care clinic, diagnostic referral clinic, complex care program, adolescent medicine specialty care, and clinics addressing behavioral and mental health.

Within the Division of Hospital Pediatrics, this faculty position will be primarily evening and night work including direct patient care responsibilities and supervision of residents at UNC Children’s Hospital and potentially at UNC Rex Hospital. Patients will include general pediatrics, newborn nursery, bone marrow transplant and co-management with other pediatric specialties.

The Division of Hospital Pediatrics is a busy and diverse inpatient group that includes 24/7 coverage of inpatient pediatric and newborn nursery services in Chapel Hill as well as a 10 bed pediatric unit at UNC Rex Hospital in Raleigh. Additionally, we have a consult service and coordinate admissions and transfers for all medical patients. Our services and providers focus on the care of children with medical complexity and co-management with medical and surgical specialty consultants. Our faculty are academically productive in many areas including medical education, quality improvement and patient safety. There is a strong culture of collaboration, cooperation and mentorship.

Details available at https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/189109.

Posted 03.02.21


Child Abuse Pediatrician Position in Maine

The Spurwink Center for Safe and Healthy Families is looking to add a full time BC/BE Child Abuse Pediatrician to our well-established multidisciplinary team. This position entails evaluations in our outpatient clinic as well as inpatient consultations at the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital in Portland, ME.

The Team and Our Services
The Center serves children throughout Maine as the only child abuse program in the state. Our program currently consists of a child abuse pediatrician, Dr. Amanda Brownell, two experienced NPs, forensic interviewers, doctoral level psychologists, and behavioral health services including TF-CBT. Annually the Center evaluates approximately 1200 children.

The Center provides both inpatient and outpatient evaluations for physical and sexual abuse as well as a multidisciplinary failure to thrive clinic. Our Center is one of only three in the state to provide comprehensive evaluations of children newly entering foster care. Our Center houses the Cumberland County Child Advocacy Center and provides medical evaluations for children seen at all of Maine’s CAC.

Advocacy and Academic Opportunities
The Center is closely affiliated with The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, an affiliate of Tufts University School of Medicine and the only children’s hospital in Maine. The Center provides education for physicians, residents, medical students, child welfare workers, mental health and law enforcement professionals. The Center currently provides 24/7 statewide child abuse medical consultation.

This position offers a unique opportunity to develop services for the children of Maine and to have a real impact on policy and practice throughout the state. Academic appointment through Tufts University School of medicine commensurate with training and experience is available.

About Spurwink
Spurwink has a nearly 60-year history of providing behavioral health and community services to youth, adults and families of Maine. Spurwink is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization which would allow eligible physicians to participate in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.

About Maine and the Greater Portland Area (The way life should be)
Portland offers all the cultural and entertainment amenities of any metropolitan area but on a more livable scale. Portland is the largest city in the state, but with all the charm of a classic seacoast town. Portland has seen increasing diversity with communities of new Mainers from Eastern Europe, Africa and Southeast Asia. Portland boasts a vibrant arts district, a booming and nationally recognized culinary (and brewing) scene, and a traditional working waterfront amongst a spectacular natural setting. The cost of living is affordable and an excellent area to settle.

Those interested are requested to send a letter of interest along with their curriculum vitae to:

Amanda Brownell, MD, FAAP
Medical Director Spurwink Center for Safe and Healthy Families
778 Main St. Suite 8
South Portland, Maine 04106
207-879-6160
[email protected]

Posted 02.09.21


BC/BE Child Protection Pediatrician, Eastern Pennsylvania

Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) seeks a BC/BE child protection pediatrician to join a growing, full service child protection program that is part of Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Reilly Children’s Hospital.  A team of multi-disciplinary professionals currently works together through the Lehigh County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) to provide clinical and other supportive services to children and families.

The Department of Pediatrics at LVHN Children’s Hospital includes physicians in 30+ specialties, a large general pediatric group, and dedicated hospitalist & intensivists.

  • The Children’s Hospital has a 30-bed inpatient unit, a 40-bed Level IV NICU, 8-bed Level II PICU, Level II pediatric trauma center and 12-bed pediatric ER
  • Our award winning health network is financially strong and committed to growing our pediatric specialty services
  • LVHN currently trains 223 residents in 20+ residency and fellowship programs, including pediatrics
  • Physicians are eligible for faculty appointment at the University of South Florida, our academic partner

Benefits & Perks

  • Attractive Work Schedule
  • Highly Competitive compensation with a superb benefits package
  • Low-cost health insurance for employees and their families
  • Generous CME allowance and time
  • Top-tier retirement programs
  • Malpractice Insurance with Tail Coverage
  • Relocation Assistance

Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) is located in the Lehigh Valley in Eastern Pennsylvania, 60 minutes from Philadelphia and 90 minutes from New York City.  The Lehigh Valley is home to over 820,000 people, making it Pennsylvania’s third most populated metropolitan area and the fastest growing region of the state, due in part to its favorable business climate and attractive cost of living in comparison to surrounding areas.

Interested candidates please email your CV to Dr. Debra Esernio-Jenssen c/o [email protected] or call 484-862-3241 for more information.

Posted 02.04.21


Child Abuse Pediatrician, Dayton, OH

Dayton Children’s Hospital, located in Dayton, Ohio, is recruiting for an additional child abuse pediatrician to join our expanding Division of Child Advocacy.  Successful candidates must be board certified/board eligible in child abuse pediatrics and hold an unrestricted Ohio medical license.  This is a full time, employed position offering a competitive salary and benefits package.

The physician will join an existing child abuse team of one full-time child abuse pediatrician, one physician working part-time in child abuse pediatrics, a nurse practitioner, two dedicated social workers, a nurse coordinator and an office coordinator.  We also work in collaboration with two full-time forensic nurses and a team of PSANEs.  Responsibilities include outpatient clinics on and off campus, inpatient consultation assessment, shared call coverage, education of medical students and residents, research/quality improvement activities, provision of expert testimony and collaboration with law enforcement, children’s services and other community agencies.

Dayton Children’s is a 176-bed, freestanding children’s hospital with more than 35 pediatric specialties. The hospital is a designated Level I pediatric trauma center.  We serve a pediatric population of over 500,000 from a 20-county region of central and southwestern Ohio and eastern Indiana, and the Emergency Department evaluates over 80,000 children annually.  A behavioral crisis unit is adjacent to the Emergency Department at the main campus.  The hospital also has a 24-bed inpatient behavioral health unit.

Establishing a practice at Dayton Children’s provides the opportunity to work with colleagues and staff committed to providing quality, personalized care in a technologically advanced pediatric center with an outstanding community reputation.  The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine department of pediatrics and its residency program are based at Dayton Children’s.  All of our physicians hold faculty appointments at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.

Dayton is the sixth largest city in Ohio and is noted for its association with aviation most notably due to the Wright brothers’ invention of flight.  The city is home to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, some of the best private and public schools in the state, a vibrant arts and entertainment community and a beautiful system of parks, trails and river corridors.  For additional information, visit www.dayton.com.

For additional information, contact:

Cyndy Emerson, CPRP, PHR, SHRM-CP
Physician Recruitment Manager
Dayton Children’s Hospital
One Children’s Plaza
Dayton, Ohio 45404-1815
937.641.5307 (office); 937.641.6353 (fax)
[email protected]
www.childrensdayton.org

Posted 01.27.21


Child Abuse Pediatrician  - Omaha, NE

Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, with the University of Nebraska College of Medicine (UNMC), is currently recruiting a BE/BC, fellowship-trained Child Abuse Pediatrician. This opportunity allows you to join a well-established Child Protection Team affiliated with one of the largest, nonprofit CAC’s in the country, Project Harmony. The Team assesses suspected victims of all forms of child maltreatment including physical and sexual abuse, neglect, drug exposure, medical child abuse, failure to thrive and significant social concerns. You will provide treatment and supportive resources, educate caregivers, encourage compliance with the medical plan in the home setting and coordinate with other providers. You would interpret medical records and testify in cases as to the medical condition and possible causes of the injury or condition. Our division has highly active follow-up outpatient clinics, including Children’s Foster Care Clinic which provides comprehensive evaluation and medical case management for children entering the foster care system. The team is supported by the hospital administration and is a complete complement of hospital specialists. You will hold a faculty appointment at the UNMC that will be commensurate with experience.

Children’s is the only full-service, pediatric health care center in Nebraska, providing expertise in more than 50 pediatric specialty services across a five-state region and beyond and is home to Nebraska’s only Level IV regional NICU and Level II Pediatric Trauma Center. Children’s is focused on extraordinary clinical care, education, basic science and translational research and advocacy and is embarking on transformational programmatic and physical growth. Opening in 2021, the new Hubbard Center will be home to an additional 100 patient beds, an expanded NICU, a dedicated Cardiac Care Unit, a new Cancer & Blood Disorders Unit, expanded surgical space, an expanded Radiology and ED and more. The Child Health Research Institute aims to assist investigators with start-up funding and infrastructure for clinical, basic science or translational research.

With a population of more than 925,000, Omaha offers all the amenities of a big city with the warmth of the Midwest. The area is rich in arts and cultural activities and is home to an outstanding educational system of public and private schools, universities and colleges. All of this, combined with a diverse economy with multiple Fortune 500 companies, makes for an extraordinary quality of life.

Contact Suzanne Haney, MD, [email protected], or Brenda Krull, Physician & Faculty Affairs, [email protected] for more information.

Posted 01.08.21