- Collaborate with leadership to create, seek, and execute strategic initiatives.
- Identify and obtain resources to optimize clinic services and achieve goals for patient access, patient volume, physician availability and training, productivity, and quality improvement.
- Patient safety and quality of care working with the Medical Director to ensure clinical quality improvement and patient safety.
- Delivery of medical care to inpatient NICU patients in the 24-hour, in-house coverage model.
- Prenatal consultations for pregnant patients with anticipated need for complex care.
- Contribution to an environment which enhances professional development of division members with the goal of achieving a highly motivated physician and allied professional group.
- Recruitment and retention of well-trained and qualified professional staff to the division within the clinical needs.
- Exemplifies and supports division members in educating and ensuring that the Standards of Behavior are practiced by all staff.
- Scholarly activities include the education of pediatric residents and fellows in neonatology, a requirement for active research.
- Serve as the ‘face’ of neonatology and build external relationships, expand the sphere of influence, advocate for improvements and change within the division and seek external support and philanthropy.
- Fiscal stewardship and operational management in partnership with department administration.
- Focus on patient satisfaction and maintaining a family-centric environment and culture to ensure service and operational excellence that maximize patient satisfaction, outcomes, and impact within and beyond.
- Regular attendance at Pediatric departmental meetings and general medical staff meetings as required by hospital and departmental bylaws.
- Maintenance of accurate and up-to-date medical records and summaries as required by hospital and department bylaws.
- Participation in quality improvement, service improvement and leadership activities, including patient satisfaction and safety initiatives, risk management and peer review activities.
- Maintenance of board certification as required.
· · 10-15 years of clinical Neonatology experience.· Western Board-certified in Neonatology.· Current position as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics or a higher.· Clinical research background preferred.
We are seeking candidates at the Associate or Professor level that demonstrate high-quality scholarly and research activity, leadership, and administrative skills in prior academic positions (medical school, residency, fellowship, or faculty) as well as Board Certified in Neonatal Intensive Care.· The ideal candidate will have 10 to 15 years of clinical experience and a proven history in a leadership role. A strong foundation of ongoing research and an academic record that will support an Assistant Professor or higher academic ranking is required.