Stanford University-Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine is recruiting experienced full-time, or part-time Pediatric Hospitalists to cover one of two patient populations: 1) Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant and Hematology/Oncology, or 2) Liver transplant/GI patients, at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital (LPCH).
We are a growing and rapidly expanding Division that oversees multiple pediatric services throughout LPCH and the Bay Area. We are creating career fulfilling hospitalist specialty tracks for those interested in doing subspecialty hospitalist patient care, particularly, Stem Cell Transplant and Liver Transplant. We are looking for physicians who have a special interest in the clinical care aspects, as well as, improving the quality and care delivery for these subspecialty type patients. We offer dynamic team support and resources to build a fulfilling hospitalist career. These positions offer an excellent salary and benefits package.
The Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine is the one of the fastest growing pediatric Divisions at Stanford University. We are not only looking to positively impact children’s health in Palo Alto, but also the region. We have 70+ physicians managing sick children throughout 6 different hospitals in the area. When we are not active with patient care, our Hospitalists hold many leadership roles throughout various hospital committees to help ensure we are providing safe and excellent clinical and patient-centered care. About Stanford University - The Department of Pediatrics Stanford Children’s Health is a growing organization dedicated to pediatric and obstetric care throughout the beautiful Bay Area. As the main 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.
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Internal Number: pedshop62119
About Stanford University/Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University