Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Saint Louis University School of Medicine SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital
Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service, is seeking applicants for a full-time faculty position in the Department of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital (CGCH). The candidates should have a strong clinical background in pediatric emergency medicine, either by fellowship training and/or experience, with a commitment to excellence in patient care and medical education. The division also offers a clinical scholar’s track, with a reduction in clinical hours, for those interested in scholarly productivity.
SSM Health CGCH is a 190-bed free standing hospital located in midtown Saint Louis, adjacent to Saint Louis University. The Hospital serves a diverse population from the inner city, the metropolitan area, and a 200-mile referral radius. The medical staff includes over 150 full-time Saint Louis University School of Medicine faculty. The Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) has primary responsibility for the care of patients at SSM Health CGCH Emergency Department, which is a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center and cares for over 60,000 patients per year. The Division includes 17 faculty and 6 fellows, with double and triple attending coverage during peak hours. Lower acuity patients are cared for by pediatric nurse practitioners who staff the department from 8 am to 2 am each day. Staffing is adjusted to average 2 new patient contacts per hour per provider.
All applications must be made online at http://jobs.slu.edu; applications must include a cover letter and curriculum vita. Please include a cover letter and CV. Other correspondence regarding this position can be sent to Robert G. Flood, MD at email@example.com.
Saint Louis University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and encourages nominations of and applications of women and minorities.