Pediatric Infectious Disease – Southern U.S.
We’re seeking a physician who is Board Certified or Board Eligible in Pediatric Infectious Disease to join the expanding practice at Ochsner Hospital for Children in New Orleans, Louisiana. An interest in Antimicrobial Stewardship is a plus.
The Infectious Disease Practice at Ochsner Hospital for Children provides inpatient and outpatient evaluation and management of children with suspected or proven infectious diseases. In addition to patient care, there are teaching responsibilities for the education of Tulane-Ochsner pediatric residents and medical students, and University of Queensland medical students.
About Ochsner Hospital for Children
Ranked #1 in Louisiana for the third year in a row by U.S. News & World Report in 2023-24, Ochsner Hospital for Children was also recognized as a national leader in the new rankings in two specialties: pediatric cardiology and heart surgery, and pediatric orthopedics. As the only children’s hospital in Louisiana to be ranked for seven years in a row as a U.S News World Report top 50 children’s hospital, Ochsner Hospital for Children continues to be a top destination for pediatric care in the Gulf South region through an unwavering commitment to always putting patients first.
One of the most comprehensive pediatric programs between Houston, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia, Ochsner Hospital for Children is a rapidly expanding 125-bed children’s hospital offering a full range of pediatric care from primary to quaternary care, with services offered in all subspecialties, including Congenital Cardiac Surgery, Advanced GI and Hepatology, Advanced Orthopedic Surgery, Hematology-Oncology, Cleft Palate/Cranio-Facial Surgery, as well as heart, liver, and bone marrow transplant. Ochsner offers the only pediatric heart and liver transplant program in the state serving over 76,000 children every year with 150 physicians specializing in more than 30 pediatric specialties and subspecialties.
Ochsner Hospital for Children’s flagship facility is located in New Orleans with pediatric subspecialty clinics across Louisiana and Mississippi. These includes 12 rotating satellite clinics (eight in Louisiana, four in Mississippi); three permanent pediatric subspecialty clinics; and the Boh Center for Child Development, a dedicated multidisciplinary developmental pediatrics center.
About Ochsner Health
Ranked #1 in Louisiana for the 12th consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report, Ochsner is designed to support tertiary care and quaternary pediatrics and pediatric surgery. Ochsner has 40 owned, managed, and affiliated hospitals and more than 300 health centers and urgent care centers. A national healthcare destination center, Ochsner cares for patients from all 50 states and more than 75 countries worldwide each year.
In addition, there are residency programs in Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine, General Pediatrics as well as medical students from the University of Queensland/Ochsner program. Ochsner also supports several well-funded pediatric research programs.
About New Orleans
One of the most exciting and historical U.S. cities, New Orleans is both cosmopolitan and laid-back—full of world-class music, dining, shopping, attractions, and Southern charm. Professional football and basketball, gorgeous parks, year-round festivals, prestigious academic centers and universities and hospitality await you. It’s no wonder Travel & Leisure ranked New Orleans #3 in the Best Cities in the United States in their annual “World’s Best Awards” survey in 2023!
If you’re craving the beach, the Gulf shores of Alabama are about two and a half hours away by car; and the white sands of Destin and Seaside, Florida, are just over four hours away. It’s easy to understand why residents take great pride in calling New Orleans their home. You’ll fall in love the minute you set foot here, both personally and professionally.
For complete details and confidential consideration, please contact Glenda Church Smith, Principal, Pediatric Search Partners at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone (877) 440-3832 or text (214) 850-3094.