Full time, 4.5 days with administrative time, no weekends
Medical team includes 2 physicians and 2 NPs
Weekly call coverage
Comprehensive routine pediatric and chronic care management for infants to adolescent
No hospital coverage required, all outpatient
Pediatric Hospitalists currently cover all in-patient care and newborn nursery Close proximity to CHS Union hospital for ancillary services Competitive compensation & benefits package
Ideal candidates will have the following qualities:
Board Certified Pediatrician and NC state license
Experienced physician leader with a passion for teaching
Interest in making a difference in the community
Bilingual - preferred but not required
Union Pediatrics was established in 1992 and is a part of Carolinas Healthcare System Medical Group. Union Pediatrics is 100% out-patient, utilizing the pediatric hospitalists and neonatologist at the new Women’s & Children’s Center at Carolinas HealthCare System Union, which is just one mile down the street. Geographically located between the mountains and the coast, with close proximity to Charlotte,
Union County is the fastest growing county in NC. Union County has many wonderful neighborhoods, as well as excellent public and private educational opportunities.
Carolinas HealthCare System is one of the largest public healthcare system in the US. CHS includes 38 affiliated hospitals in North and South Carolina. Levine Children’s Hospital at Carolinas Medical Center and Jeff Gordon's Childrens Hospital at CMC - Northeast are dedicated to caring for children from birth through young adulthood. We lead the region in offering more specialized pediatric servi...ces including kidney, liver and heart transplants; blood and marrow transplant, cardiac and cancer care; neurosurgery; rehabilitation service; and the highest designated level of neonatal intensive care. For more information, visit www.levinechildrenshospital.org and www.jeffgordonchildrenshospital.org.
Our mission is to ensure excellent children’s healthcare by building partnerships between caregivers and families. Our guiding principles of Quality of Care, Respect for Families, Partnership and Family Education are at the center of every decision we make.
By investing in research and education, we are ensuring that our people and our technology are at the leading edge of medical advancements — all with the ultimate goal of being able to better care for the children of the Carolinas.