Caring Hands Pediatrics is seeking a general Pediatrician to join our well-established pediatric practice. Full time or Part time position available, with possible joint ownership in future.
Candidate will provide primary care services to pediatric/adolescent patients, and provide basic behavioral health services. Includes patient assessments, diagnosis, treatment, preventative/acute care, and health maintenance to patients birth -21 years.
Evening/weekend call rotation
Shared rounding at one hospital for newborns only
Travel to both office locations, Robinson and North Hills
Current Pennsylvania State Medical license
Board Certified or Board Eligible
Successful completion of Pediatric Residency
Current, unrestricted DEA license
Prior experience as a Pediatric Physician - preferred not required
Competitive benefit package to include:
Health, vision, and dental insurance plan
Life insurance/disability package
Professional dues, DEA/License renewal and annual CME allowance
Paid Time Off and 7 Paid Holidays
Current CV required, Salary TBD, based on experience
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
We are a smaller, family oriented pediatric practice with 3 Physicians and 2 Nurse Practitioners. Please consider joining our team of compassionate and caring providers as we continue to grow and provide quality care for our families!
Caring Hands Pediatrics is an equal opportunity, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Internal Number: 0221
About Caring Hands Pediatrics
Caring Hands Pediatrics was established March 17, 2007. The practice was originally part of Uptown Pediatrics, which was a faculty practice that provided teaching to residents and medical students through the Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh Pediatric Residency Program. When Uptown Pediatrics dissolved, Dr. Daly and Dr. Hwang acquired the North Hills and Imperial offices and named the new practice Caring Hands Pediatrics. In July 2009, the Imperial office moved to Robinson. As we have outgrown our space in the North office, the North office moved to a larger space within the same building in April 2016.
Not only has the practice made physical changes, but it has also undergone many technological advances, which is a representation of the times. The practice continues to grow and welcomes new patients. We make every attempt to work with parents and patients to provide the very best quality medical care.