Pediatric Pulmonology – Southeast
We’re seeking committed, compassionate Board Certified/Board Eligible Pediatric Pulmonologists to join the growing Department of Pediatrics at Ochsner Hospital for Children in New Orleans, Louisiana, the only children’s hospital in Louisiana and Mississippi ranked by U.S. News & World Report – five years in a row. Responsibilities will include clinical care and teaching responsibilities for the education of Tulane-Ochsner pediatric residents and medical students, and University of Queensland medical students. The successful candidate will be eligible for an academic appointment commensurate with experience.
This position offers exceptional resources and the opportunity for collaboration with collegial pediatric subspecialists including gastroenterology, allergy/immunology, ENT, cardiology, intensive care, orthopedic surgery, and palliative care. With the goal of providing comprehensive care to all pediatric pulmonary patients, ideal candidates for these roles will bring diverse interests and expertise in the field of pediatric pulmonology with the goal of allowing physicians to focus on their areas of interest. There is significant opportunity for program development. Opportunities for research are also available.
Ochsner Health System is Louisiana’s largest nonprofit, academic, multispecialty healthcare delivery system. Ochsner Hospital for Children includes a pediatric primary care network, dedicated ER, in-house intensivists, and full-time hospitalist medicine service. This 125-bed children’s hospital within a hospital at Ochsner Medical Center has a 45-bed pediatric unit, 14-bed Level 1 PICU, 12-bed CVICU, and 54-bed Level IV regional referral NICU. The team serves a broad geographic area through a system of satellite clinics, extensive telemedicine capabilities, and a dedicated full-time transport team. In addition, the Michael R. Boh Center for Child Development at Ochsner Hospital for Children is committed to improving the lives of children and adolescents with developmental disorders through comprehensive interdisciplinary team evaluations, integrated treatment protocols, high-quality evidence-based patient care, direction of special education services, and professional education and research. As the only facility to offer this type of comprehensive care in the region under one roof, the Boh Center fills a critical need for specialized pediatric care in Louisiana.
The appeal of living in New Orleans is undeniable, from its blend of cultures and rich history to its distinct neighborhoods, professional sports, gorgeous city parks, year-round festivals, prestigious academic centers and universities, and Southern hospitality. Residents also enjoy proximity to an international airport when it’s time to explore. 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 four hours away.
For complete details and consideration, please contact:
Glenda Church Smith, Principal, Pediatric Search Partners
Phone 877.440.3832, Text 214.850.3094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org