RWJBarnabas Health is seeking a Pediatric Pulmonologist for Employment in Northern, NJ
RWJBarnabas Health, the largest integrated health system in New Jersey, is seeking a Pediatric Pulmonologist, for a full-time faculty position. This position will have privileges at both The Children’s Hospital of New Jersey part of Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, and Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey. Ideal candidates will be dedicated to building and helping to cultivate growth of the program throughout the RWJBarnabas Health hospital system.
Employed full-time pediatric pulmonary role (no critical care responsibilities)
Provide full range of pediatric pulmonary clinical services, both inpatient and outpatient-focused role with teaching responsibilities
Robust referral base and existing infrastructure for diagnostic procedures
Support inpatient consults from pediatric inpatient unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and newborn nursery at both Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Saint Barnabas Medical Center
Must be board certified or board-eligible in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine
Experience in and desire to continue with bronchoscopy program has added value
About Saint Barnabas Medical Center:
Since 1865, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, New Jersey’s oldest and nonprofit, nonsectarian hospital, has worked to exceed our community’s highest expectations for compassionate, comprehensive health care. The institution traditionally treats more than 28,000 pediatric inpatients and over 26,000 pediatric Emergency Department patients each year. The Medical Center and the Pediatric Specialty Center provide treatment and services for more than 25,000 outpatient visits annually. The Medical Center includes a new, state-of-the-art 56-bed NICU, 10-bed PICU and 35-bed inpatient unit. Saint Barnabas Medical Center has long been recognized as a leader in providing the highest level of patient care-delivering nearly 6,000 babies annually, caring for more newly diagnosed cancer patients, creating breakthroughs in the field of infertility, and providing more than 100 medical and surgical specialty and subspecialty services.
About the Children’s Hospital of New Jersey, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center:
As a premier healthcare provider for children throughout New Jersey, Children’s Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center (CHoNJ) offers specialized treatment for pediatric patients who are either injured or have ailing health. Preventative programs are also offered to help patients achieve and maintain good health.
Our hospital within a hospital serves pediatric patients exclusively. We understand that children have unique needs when it comes to medical care, requiring more than just clinical intervention. Our patients receive treatment in a calming and compassionate atmosphere in nearly 30 pediatric subspecialties including a full-service Children’s Heart Center pediatric cardiac surgery program.
Experienced surgical and medical specialists include a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, a Pediatric Emergency Department, and the only Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in New Jersey with an ECMO unit to assist infants in severe respiratory distress. Children's Hospital also offers a Valerie Fund Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders and a specialized pediatric anesthesia and sedation program for children undergoing surgical procedures.
CHoNJ preventive programs that promote health and wellness in our community include the Beth Greenhouse with access to fresh, nutritious produce, the award winning KidsFit pediatric weight management and wellness program. In conjunction with the Reverend Dr. Ronald B. Christian Community Health and Wellness Center, an intergenerational “neighborhood hub and learning lab,” classes are offered that teach the importance of good nutrition.
To learn about this and other positions, please contact Amal Elmogahzy, Physician Recruiter at RWJBarnabas Health directly via email: Amal.Elmogahzy@rwjbh.org or phone: 862-236-0720.
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