The Brigham & Women's Hospital (BWH) Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine is seeking several experienced full-time early to mid-career academic clinical neonatologists to staff an expanding network of Level II and Level III Newborn Intensive Care Units (NICU). The positions will involve clinical care of infants in need of special care or intensive care in addition to attendance at deliveries for both day, night and weekend coverage. These positions will include opportunities for career development and education within BWH Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine and participation in clinical research or other scholary pursuits, quality improvement or other departmental activities.
BWH is a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School (HMS) and appropriate candidates will be awarded HMS academic appointment commensurate with academic experience and record of accomplishment.
Compensation and benefit packages are very competitive. Interested candidates should submit a letter interest and curriculum vitae to Terrie Inder, Chair, Department of Newborn Medicine (TInder@bwh.harvard.edu) or Linda Van Marter, Vice Chair at (firstname.lastname@example.org.
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