The Stanford Medicine Department’s Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine is seeking a BC/BE Pediatric Leader with skill in ensuring effective communication at all levels, demonstrating an ability to work well under pressure, and a willingness to work at multiple locations. We are seeking a physician with the ability to oversee quality, safety, administration, staffing and strategic development at our various community sites. Leadership experience is desired.
Responsibilities include engaging in various leadership, clinical, and scholarly activities, providing certain administrative and financial functions, oversight of clinical and patient care services, and supporting the overall clinical integration and population health efforts of the hospital health system and community partners in the Stanford Children’s Health Network. All duties and responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with and supportive of the values of the Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine and Stanford Children’s Health.
The Associate Division Chief will work in conjunction with the Division Chief of Pediatric Hospital Medicine to oversee the community hospitalist programs. This physician shall also provide the patient care services for which he/she is clinically privileged. This is an opportunity to work in a community hospital setting, while maintaining the benefits associated with a major academic organization. Our vision is to lead improvements in overall patient care and drive innovation and collaboration among various institutions throughout the region.
Our Division is growing and has recently spread to four locations throughout the historical and diverse San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to its desirable climate and countless attractions, the region also has a reputation for innovation as it is home to Silicon Valley’s greatest and most influential businesses, providing the University, its staff and its faculty with unparalleled access to cutting-edge technologies and the developers of that technology. Our intention is to harness all of these qualities which make the region a great place to live, a great place to learn and an ideal location to make a real difference. We are seeking an individual who understands the current state of pediatric care, who can interpret new developments and someone who can effectively design, articulate and implement a strategy for ensuring the success of our vision.
Forward your CV and a cover letter expressing your interest in the position to Samantha Mickens, at email@example.com. Please call 650-736-4420 if you any questions regarding this position.
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Stanford Children’s Health is a growing organization dedicated to pediatric and obstetric care throughout the beautiful Bay Area. As the medical center is located on the Stanford University campus, it is ideally situated to take full advantage of the many resources within this top ranked academic institution. Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing t...he diversity of its faculty. It welcomes applications from women, members of minority groups, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities, as well as from others who would bring additional dimensions to the university’s research, teaching and clinical missions.