Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children is seeking a pediatric nocturnist to join our pediatric hospitalist team. Our group consists of 8 Hospitalists and 11 Nurse Practitioners and is supported by excellent pediatric subspecialists.
The pediatric nocturnist admits with both a resident and nurse practitioner team overnight and is also responsible for supervising cross-coverage of these two teams. Our team also covers the well baby nursery; however, we are not responsible for attending deliveries. The full-time (1.0 FTE) schedule would consist of approximately fourteen 12-hour shifts per month. Board certification/eligibility in Pediatrics and eligibility for medical licensure in Alabama is required.
We are offering an excellent compensation and benefits package including malpractice insurance, health, dental, 401k contribution, and CME allowance.
Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children is a stand-alone facility dedicated to caring for women, infants, children, and adolescents. Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children is the only one of its kind in the region with a 16-bed Pediatric ER, an 11-bed PICU, and a 40-bed Pediatric Inpatient Unit. We also have a St. Jude Children's Research Hospital affiliate clinic for pediatric hematology/oncology. Physicians at Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children also have the opportunity to teach family medicine residents and medical students from the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
Huntsville is situated in the fastest growing major metropolitan area in Alabama, and with the highest per capita income in the southeast, Huntsville is the best place to live, learn and work. We are a community on the move, rich with values and traditions while progressing with new ideas, exciting technologies and creative talents. Our community’s unique characteristics are a worldwide attraction and will certainly provide a place for you and your family to flourish. With a population of 385K in the metro area, we are a high-tech, family oriented, multi cultural community with excellent schools, dining and entertainment. Huntsville is nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains with an abundance of activities to do inside or out.
* Public schools boast more national merit scholars per capita than any other in the country * Technology, space and defense industry play a major role in Huntsville * Huntsville/Madison County boasts more Doctorate degrees per capita than any other in the nation *Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Broadway Theater League, Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville Botanical Garden, Huntsville Museum of Art, Constitution Hall Village, Early Works Children's Museum, Monte Sano State Park and Bridgestreet Towncenter are just some of the main attractions! * The City of Huntsville received Standard & Poor’s highest possible “AAA” bond rating for strength of the local economy. * Huntsville named one of the Top 10 Smartest Cities in the World by Forbes. * Huntsville named one of the Top 50 Best Places to Raise Children in the U.S. by Business Week. * Huntsville Ranked 11th Best City to Live in America by US News
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About Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children
HH Health System is the fifth largest publicly owned hospital system in the nation and the second largest health care system in Alabama. The Health System includes the following Hospitals through-out North Alabama: Huntsville Hospital, Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children, Madison Hospital, Athens Limestone Hospital, Helen Keller Hospital, Red Bay Hospital, Decatur General Hospital and Parkway Medical Center.
Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children is a stand-alone facility dedicated to caring for women, infants, children, and adolescents. Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children is the only one of its kind in the region with a 16-bed Pediatric ER, an 11-bed PICU, 40-bed Pediatric Inpatient facility treating infants to 21 years of age and a St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital affiliate clinic for Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. We also offer the opportunity to teach family medicine residents, and medical students from the University of Alabama - Birmingham.