The Department of Pediatrics at Stanford seeks Board Certified/Eligible pediatricians with strong clinical skills in the hospital care of sick newborns and a special interest in neonatal medicine. The successful candidate will join a growing group of Neonatal Hospitalists working in collaboration with premier faculty in the Division of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. We currently have an opening for one full-time position, as well as moonlighting positions.
Our neonatal hospitalists work in a variety of roles and locations within our institution. Responsibilities include in-house neonatal coverage at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in Palo Alto that includes coverage of the Delivery Room, a Well Newborn Nursery, a Level II Intermediate Care Nursery, and a Level III NICU. Additional options are also available to work at the LPCH Level II Special Care Nursery at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, where we provide in-house coverage that also includes the Delivery Room and well newborns. Clinical care responsibilities may be divided among various portions of these clinical roles. In addition, candidates will also have opportunities to pursue a variety of academic and professional development activities, including engaging in resident and medical student education at Stanford, as well as participating in various clinical and quality improvement initiatives involving newborn care.
Candidates will be eligible for a clinical academic appointment within the Division of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Full-time appointments are eligible for University benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance. There are a variety of attractive retirement plans including employer contribution after the first year of service. Additional information on benefits is available at: http://benefits.stanford.edu/.
For more information, please contact the Director of our Neonatal Hospitalist program (Dr. Arun Gupta) at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internal Number: LPCHHosp2020
About Stanford University School of Medicine
The Division of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine aims to provide optimum state-of-the-art care for critically ill and recovering neonates, infants, and children and their families, provide training for young physicians and investigators, and conduct basic and patient-oriented research studies to improve care. We are dedicated to the School of Medicine's mission of advancing and exploring innovative and novel biomedical, translational, and clinical research and education through the nurturing and stimulation of interactions among basic and clinical scientists, clinicians, and educators throughout the School of Medicine and University as well as with the private and public sectors.
Our Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics program is an academically-based interdisciplinary professional team with regional and national leadership in developmental and behavioral health care for children. We provide holistic clinical service to children and families. We provide innovative education and training for a wide range of students and trainees. We have established strong collaborative partnerships with community agencies and services within the region and in the state. We conduct clinical ...and health services research that translates basic findings into effective clinical practice and policy.