The Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology at Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan is seeking a BC/BE fellowship trained academic pediatric otolaryngologist to join the growing division. The division currently provides tertiary level care for all aspects of pediatric otolaryngology and heads an interdisciplinary Craniofacial team, Velopharyngeal Center, and Aerodigestive Center. There is an opportunity to build a pediatric voice center for interested candidates. Prime practice locations are in the Upper East Side, Upper West Side of Manhattan, and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, the top-ranked Hospital in New York City. The division of pediatric otolaryngology is within a large collaborative Department with multiple areas of subspecialty expertise for collaboration. Weill Cornell Medical Center has a large Department of Pediatrics with all surgical and medical subspecialties represented including a very busy NICU and PICU that receive tertiary referrals from multiple network hospitals. Faculty housing is available. Candidates should submit a CV, letter of interest and references to : Vikash K. Modi, MD, Chief, Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology. email@example.com
The Section of Otolaryngology at Yale School of Medicine (“YSM”) seeks an accomplished surgeon scholar to lead the development and growth of pediatric otolaryngology services at an extraordinary time in the history of the Department. Under the leadership of Rob Udelsman MD, Yale’s Chair of Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief of Yale New Haven Hospital (“YNHH”), the Department is poised for continued growth in its clinical and research enterprises.
The opportunity to lead Pediatric Otolaryngology services at Yale is prestigious and particularly well suited to an academic surgeon ambitious to grow the service to a premier clinical and academic center of excellence.
The establishment of YSM as an international scientific juggernaut and the remarkable development of Yale-New Haven Hospital into a sophisticated, multi-hospital health system will drive the growth and potential for development of Yale Pediatric Otolaryngology.
The inaugural Chief, Pediatric Otolaryngology will arrive at a pivotal time in the history of the Department of Surgery and of YNHH. He/she will have an extraordinary opportunity to take advantage of both institutions commitment to invest resources to achieve ambitious institutional goals while respecting the legacy of an institution. He/she will lead the development and expansion of comprehensive pediatric otolaryngology services with an opportunity to recruit faculty, with the goal of becoming preeminent among mid-sized pediatric otolaryngology programs in the world. Recognizing that pediatric otolaryngology is a dynamic discipline, that the technology and demographics of otolaryngology is rapidly evolving, and that its local market is fluid and competitive, Yale has undertaken a self-examination of its current and future efforts in pediatric otolaryngology. The result is a sharper focus on its mission and goals and the recognition that strong and visionary leadership and a higher level of clinical integration will be required to ensure continuing success. Yale recognizes that achieving these goals will require strong leadership, new investments and a high level of synergy among the academic and health system organizations.
A crucial first step towards achieving further success is identifying the right individual to serve as the leader for pediatric otolaryngology. The new Chief will be a nationally recognized leader in pediatric otolaryngology surgery practice, science and education. He/she will be accountable for achieving clinical, research and educational goals and for coordinating, integrating and managing the clinical services. The chief will serve as the primary spokesperson for Yale’s pediatric otolaryngology programs.
He/she will be responsible for managing budget and space and will provide faculty oversight and performance evaluations for clinical, teaching, administrative and research activities. In all matters, the Chief is expected to execute his/her responsibilities collaboratively with other academic and health system leadership.
This position reports to Wendell Yarbrough, MD, Professor and Chief, Section of Otolaryngology, Director, Head and Neck Diseases Center, Smilow Cancer Hospital and Co-Director, Molecular Virology Program, Yale Cancer Center.
For more information, please contact Jessica French, MD at Jessica.French@kornferry.com or (212) 973-5889.
Advocate Children’s Hospital/Advocate Medical Group seeks a BC/BE Pediatric Otolaryngology Care Physician to join our growing practice at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Oak Lawn Illinois. Just south of Chicago and part of Advocate Health Care, Advocate Children’s Hospital has two campuses and is the largest network provider of pediatric services in the state of Illinois.
Our ideal candidate has experience, an enthusiastic approach to providing care for children and a passion for teaching pediatric residents and medical students in clinical and hospital setting. Our community has enormous demand and diverse pathology with a large draw of complex patients. There’s strong pediatric anesthesia, and a large referral base newborn hearing screening. Provide all aspects of general pediatric ENT care including hearing loss, head and neck oncology, airway surgery, sinus surgery. Inpatient consults on pediatric floors, NICU, PICU. Full day clinics 3 days a week and surgical and consult time 2 days a week.
Qualified applicants will have completed an American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) accredited fellowship in Pediatrics and Otolaryngology Medicine and be B.E. or B.C. by the ABP in this subspecialty. Consider joining our growing team committed to providing evidence based, compassionate care.
Excellent salary and comprehensive benefits are through Advocate Medical Group, one of the largest physician-run organizations in the state. Advocate is the largest ACO (Accountable Care Organization) in the nation.
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward inquires, detailed cover letter and CV to: Nancy Mathieu, Physician Recruiter, at Nancy.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Otolaryngology Division of Nemours Specialty Care - Pensacola is seeking to hire a new team member. This is a full-time, employed opportunity with a 100% pediatric case mix. Physician candidates must be Board Certified or Board Eligible in Otolaryngology and be eligible for unrestricted Florida Medical License. We are seeking a dynamic physician with a passion for patient- and family-centered care. For confidential consideration, please forward your formal CV to: Brian Richardson Physician Recruiter email@example.com
Our physicians practice at our clinic and at Sacred Heart Hospital. We provide high-quality pediatric tertiary care to a wide service area. Our department has full-time Audiology, PA and RN support and enjoys an industry-leading electronic medical record. We have an academic affiliation with Florida State University College of Medicine, and research opportunities exist for interested applicants. With clinic locations in Pensacola and Destin, Florida, Nemours provides pediatric specialty care to children and families in northwest Florida and southern Alabama. We offer comprehensive, family-centered care in more than 30 pediatric specialties with several of our physicians regularly named among the “Best Doctors in America®.” As one of the nation’s leading pediatric health care systems, Nemours is committed to providing all children with their best chance to grow up healthy. We offer integrated, family-centered care to more than 280,000 children each year in our pediatric hospitals, specialty clinics and primary care practices in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Nemours strives to ensure a healthier tomorrow for all children – even those who may never enter our doors – through our world-changing research, education and advocacy efforts. At Nemours, our Associates help us deliver on the promise we make to every family we have the privilege of serving: to treat their child as if they were our own.
Job Requirements and for more information, please visit http://careers.nemours.org/jobs/73355/. As an equal opportunity employer, Nemours is committed to focusing on the best-qualified applicants for our openings.
We're seeking BC/BE Pediatric Otolaryngologists to join the busy team at one of the top 10 largest, free-standing children’s hospitals in the country, Valley Children’s Hospital (formerly Children’s Hospital Central California). This is an exciting opportunity offering a busy clinical practice, collegial experienced physicians and staff and an immediately interesting and challenging case load. In addition to the chance to join an amazing team, this truly is a rare gem in the marketplace that offers a great place to live and work along with an excellent financial compensation package! Valley Children’s Hospital is the 6th largest freestanding children’s hospital in the country and a stunning, state of the art facility with 356-beds, an 88-bed Level III NICU and more than 550 physicians. Located on a 50-acre campus in an idyllic setting on the bluffs of the San Joaquin River with the Sierra Nevada Mountains as a backdrop and less than 60 miles from Yosemite National Park, the area offers a unique opportunity to live within one to three hours of the magnificent Pacific coast, Wine Country and the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains as well as the San Francisco, San Jose and Los Angeles metropolitan areas. Weekends can truly be spent enjoying the best of all worlds while residing in a beautiful, affordable area that offers an exceptional quality of life. For complete details about this wonderful career opportunity, please contact Glenda Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (877)440-3832.
The Children's Hospital of the Lehigh Valley Health Network is seeking a fellowship trained Pediatric Otolaryngologist to join the growing Divison of Pediatric Surgical Specialists. We seek a surgeon who is interested in developing a specialty practice with emphasis in Aerodigestive and Complex Airway Disorders. The Children's Hospital is the only pediatric hospital in the region, with a population of over 800,000 people. There are 24/7 in house Pediatric Hospitalists, Intensivists and Neonatologists. Whithin the physician practice, there are General Pediatricians and Pediatric specialists from Gastroenterology, Pulmonary, Hematology and Oncology, Cardiology, Adolescent Medicine, Infectious Disease, Critical Care, Neonatology, Emergency Medicine, Radiology, Endocrinology, Neurology, Psychiatry, Child Abuse, Surgery, Urology, Orthopedics, and the largest Maternal Fetal Medicine practice in the state. The Pediatric Pulmonologists manage the region's only Cystic Fibrosis and Pediatric Sleep Centers with dedicated Speech Pathology and Audiology. An academic appointment is available through the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine, our partner in medical education. Education and training of medical students and residents is an important part of our mission. Lehigh Valley Health Network has 17 ACGME fellowship and residency training programs, including General Surgery and Pediatrics. An opportunity to explore clinical research is available and will be supported. The Lehigh Valley Physician group has more than 700 physician members and is dedicated to a healthy work-life balance, respectful collaboration, and best outcomes for our patients. As a member, you will be offered a very attractive compensation package. The Lehigh Valley is one of the fastest growing areas in the country. It is located in the heart of eastern Pennsylvania; 60 miles from Philadelphia and 80 miles from New York City. The area has outstanding public and private school systems, several Colleges and Universities, and an abundance of cultural and recreational offerings including minor league baseball and hockey. If you are interested in a fulfilling clinical practice with academic possibilities in a supportive teamwork environment, please email your CV to Marybeth Browne, MD, Chief of Pediatric Surgery, c/o Tammy.Jamison@LVHN.org or call 484-862-3201 for more information. Visit our website at www.LVHN.org
The Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology at the Mount Sinai Health System is seeking a BC/BE fellowship trained pediatric otolaryngologist to help grow our expanding division. The Mount Sinai Health System combines the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, seven hospital campuses and over 40 satellite offices. Our infrastructure and patient base support high volume outpatient and hospital based programs. Tertiary care pediatric otolaryngology is provided at the Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Beth Israel and Mount Sinai Roosevelt. Ambulatory pediatric otolaryngology services are present throughout the system. Excellent opportunities exist for collaborative work, interdisciplinary program development, research, and teaching. The successful candidate should possess specialty interests (aerodigestive disorders, laryngology and airway surgery are particularly desired), be highly motivated and committed to an academic practice and resident training. Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest, CV and references to: Joseph M. Bernstein, MD, FAAP Chief, Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology email@example.com