Be on the forefront of a new clinical service in the Department of Pediatrics, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK).
We are actively seeking qualified physicians for our newly established General Oncology Service. This faculty position within the Memorial Hospital Clinician-Educator track will focus on providing direct patient care in both ambulatory and inpatient settings for pediatric oncology, stem cell transplant and cellular therapy patients across multiple settings. As a member of the General Oncology Service you will have rotational responsibility for a broad range of clinical activities including:
• Overnight management of inpatient pediatric patients working in concert with daytime inpatient medical teams.
• Management and disposition of ambulatory patients presenting to the Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center evenings and weekends.
• Management and disposition of ambulatory patients for daytime scheduled visits in the MSK regional network sites
• Daytime rotation as the primary attending on one of two inpatient oncology teams weekdays
• Primary responsibility for supervision and education of pediatric residents
• Supervision and education of pediatric fellows while on call overnight and weekend shifts
Members of the General Oncology Service will be expected to participate in the various areas that contribute to the academic mission of the department including clinical research, administration, education and quality assurance/quality improvement with educational and mentorship possibilities available. Academic appointment, salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience.
Potential candidates must have completed an accredited pediatric residency program. Completion of an accredited pediatric hematology-oncology fellowship is sought, although applicants with a strong background in oncology are encouraged to apply as well. Experience in caring for inpatient pediatric patients at high levels of acuity is required.
If interested, please contact:
Stephen W. Gilheeney, MD, MMS
Medical Director, Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff.
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About Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Department of Pediatrics
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