Alaska Pediatric Surgery, LLC is looking for a full time pediatric surgeon to join our private practice in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska. APS is the only pediatric surgical practice in the state and is supported by an outstanding staff, including four mid-level providers, a clinical coordinator, and full administrative services.
APS serves the children of Alaska at Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC), the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) and Alaska Regional Hospital. The Children’s Hospital at PAMC has a Level 3 NICU with 62 beds, 9 PICU beds and 30 floor beds. PAMC has been a verified Children’s Oncology group center since 2012 and has recently received its Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center verification from the ACS. ANMC has a 12 bed Level 2 NICU and 19 floor/PICU beds. APS provides outreach clinics to various locations in the state.
Anchorage is a modern city with excellent entertainment and dining options. It is the second most ethnically diverse city in the country, with over 100 languages spoken. Anchorage has access to a near infinite variety of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, mountaineering, kayaking, backpacking, camping, and skiing. Wildlife/outdoor enthusiasts and snow-lovers welcome.
Salary will be dependent upon experience level and very competitive for the Northwest region and the lower 48 states. Employed or partnership options will be available. Call will be 1:3 with generous time off to enjoy everything the great state of Alaska has to offer.
Please send correspondence to Chris Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 907-929-7337 .
Alaska Pediatric Surgery is proud to be based in Anchorage, Alaska. APS maintains clinics in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Wasilla, and other locations throughout the state. Dr. Roaten is Alaska’s most experienced, board certified, Pediatric Surgeon and is the founder of the Stephen G. Jolley Lectureship, providing funding for an annual symposium with guest speakers renowned in the field of Pediatric Surgery. We are committed to Alaska and the long-term health of Alaska’s children.