Summary Description: Columbia University Department of Pediatrics invites applications for an Assistant/Associate/ Professor level faculty appointment to serve as the Medical Director of the Neonatal ICU at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York starting in July 2016. The Level IV NICU provides quality care for newborns with complex medical conditions including congenital heart disease. Specific faculty rank will depend on the credentials of the candidates. Salary is commensurate with experience. Candidate must be a board certified neonatologist who has demonstrated excellence in leadership, clinical care, education, and research. Duties include administrative oversight of clinical service, continued development of clinical research programs, and participation in clinical educational activities of the Division. The Director will also work collaboratively with hospital administration, physician leadership, nursing and other program administrators within the hospital to create a cohesive and quality oriented Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Minimum Qualifications: Board certification in a pediatric subspecalty and eligibility to practice in NY State; a record of excellence in patient care, teaching and scholarly activity.
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