The Department of Pediatrics and the Division of General Pediatrics at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, New Jersey’s oldest non-profit, non-sectarian hospital, is seeking a General Pediatrician to join the Division of General Pediatrics. The position includes both clinical and teaching responsibilities in our Pediatric Health Center, the newborn nursery and the pediatric inpatient unit. The Medical Center, part of the RWJBarnabasHealthcare System, is the teaching site for the Newark Beth Israel Medical Center pediatric residency program’s 1st and 2nd year residents inpatient rotations as well as for 3rd year medical students from the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark and St. George’s University School of Medicine. Saint Barnabas Medical Center features the only Burn Unit and the largest pediatric kidney transplant center in the state. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit has 55 licensed beds, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is a 10-bed medical-surgical unit and the acute care pediatric unit is 33 beds. Pediatric sub-specialist support at the Pediatric Specialty Center and Saint Barnabas Medical Center is available in all areas including rheumatology, allergy-immunology, infectious diseases, nephrology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, cardiology and neurology as well as surgical specialists in pediatric general surgery, neurosurgery, ENT, urology and cranio-facial surgery. Candidates must be board certified in Pediatrics. A competitive salary and benefits package is included. Livingston, NJ is a beautiful suburban location with excellent schools and close to NYC and the Jersey shore. For further information, please contact Tim Yeh, MD, Chairman, Dept. of Pediatrics at email@example.com, 973-322-5691.
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About Saint Barnabas Medical Center
Located in Livingston, Saint Barnabas Medical Center is New Jersey's oldest and largest nonprofit, non-sectarian hospital. An award-winning Medical Center, Saint Barnabas is one of the busiest in the state with more than 25,000 Pediatric Emergency Department visits, nearly 17,000 subspecialty and primary care visits, 6000 newborn deliveries and more than 5,000 inpatients. The Medical Center has received a Leapfrog Grade A rating 13 consecutive times since the inception of the program and was ranked by US News and World Report as one of the Top 50 Hospitals for Neurology and Neurosurgery in the nation.