The Department of Pediatrics, Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital and SUNY Upstate Medical University, is conducting a national search to identify a Chief of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.
Over the past few months, our country and the healthcare industry have faced a nearly unprecedented challenge in the form of COVID 19, but the Department, Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital and SUNY Upstate Medical University remain committed in their effort to identify a new Chief of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.
The incoming Chief will have the goal of advancing the field of Pediatric Critical Care medicine through patient care, practice innovation, research, and education. He or she will lead and support the quality improvement, clinical, academic and research goals set by SUNY Upstate Medical Center and the Department of Pediatrics. Additionally, the Chief will be responsible for the comprehensive operations of the Section and the clinical services of the PICU. The Chief will report to the Chair of Pediatrics.
Founded in 2009 - The vision of Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital is to be the leading children’s hospital in Upstate New York.
Located in Syracuse, NY, Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital is a beautiful, family centered, state-of-the-art facility consisting of 71 beds and is home to the only PICU in the region.
The PICU has a broad catchment area, ranging from 17-22 counties in New York and some northern counties of Pennsylvania.
Organized into 10 sections, the Department of Pediatrics at Upstate Medical University has a long and rich history of excellence in education, clinical care and has made highly significant contributions in research.
The Department of Pediatrics/Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital has 45-residents in its ACGME 5-year accredited training program. It has also pioneered a number of GME initiatives and is branching into new programs such as refugee medicine and global health.
New Simulation Center with approximately 8600 square feet – The center offers specialized rooms for skills and task training, immersive patient care simulation and debriefing simulated sessions.
All interactions will be held in the strictest of confidence for the protection of each candidate and their current endeavors.
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Candidates for Chief of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine must be board certified in Pediatric Critical Care. Previous Critical Care leadership experience is highly desired. Academic rankings will be commensurate with experience.