The Division of Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s seeks talented, academically-oriented faculty members to join our team. We have open positions for fellowship trained Pediatric Emergency Medicine faculty in an academic clinician track. Our Division includes over 40 faculty members with expertise and academic interests across the full range of our specialty including ultrasound, simulation, medical education, improvement science, epidemiology, clinical trials, outcomes research, and global health. Clinically, the practice environment includes over 175,000 visits per year across 2 EDs and 5 urgent care sites; we enjoy a busy level 1 trauma service and are strongly committed to excellence in resuscitation procedures and team-based work.
Academically, we anchor the PECARN HOMERUN node as a research center and have multiple international collaborations. Our research mission is growing across 3 major themes: brain and behavior, infection and inflammation, and the science of everyday care (including standardization, informatics and resuscitation). The Division is supported by a robust infrastructure that includes a large team of research coordinators, analysts, and PhDs. Our academic model is enriched by a thriving fellowship program and an ongoing commitment to excellence in how we teach and learn together.
Board eligibility or board certification in PEM is expected. The letter of interest should describe your clinical and academic training to-date and goals for the next 3 years.
We welcome applicants who have formal training in ultrasound or who intend to have POCUS be a key driver of their academic work. Applications will be accepted through October 1, 2019 for those interested in faculty positions for July 2020. Early application is encouraged; interview will be granted on a rolling basis beginning early September 2019.
Established in 1883, Cincinnati Children’s is a full service, non-profit pediatric academic medical center committed to being the leader in improving child health. In the 2018-19 U.S. News & World Report survey of the best children’s hospitals, Cincinnati Children’s ranked No.2 among all Honor Roll hospitals. With more than 700 registered beds, Cincinnati Children’s had more than 1.3 million patient encounters and served patients from all 50 states and 51 countries, including 478 international patients in FY18. Faculty in Pediatrics at CCHMC receive a competitive salary with excellent benefits to foster wellness, maximize savings, and prepare for the unexpected. Cincinnati Childrens funds a defined contribution retirement plan at 10% of compensation up to annual IRS limits. Full time Faculty are eligible for tuition remission at the University of Cincinnati for spouse and unmarried dependent children.
Cincinnati is a thriving Midwestern City with a vibrant urban core, and offers a full range of sports, arts and entertainment to make life and living here enjoyable and engaging. Recently recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the Top 20 Most Affordable Cities, Cincinnati has a mix of housing across diverse neighborhoods.
We invite you to send a letter of interest and CV addressed to: Stephen Porter, MD, Division Director of Emergency Medicine c/o Debbie Mancini, HR Consultant, Physician/Faculty Recruitment Cincinnati Children’s Email: Deborah.Mancini@cchmc.org
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