Atlantic Health System is seeking a Child Neurologist at Goryeb Childrenas Hospital. We are seeking an energetic clinician and strong educator who is highly collegial, innovative and patient-centered. Goryeb Childrenas Hospital ranked (UHC) in the top 10% of childrenas hospitals nationally for pediatric quality and safety, serving 11 counties in northern New Jersey.
The board-eligible/certified child neurologist will join our team of four neurologists and well as three epileptologists in our top ranked epilepsy program (NAECNAEC Level 4 designation).With exceptionally strong programs in genetics, neurodevelopmental/autism (four neurodevelopmental pediatricians), neuro-oncology physician, headache physician, neuromuscular physician and four pediatric neurosurgeons operating in our facilities, we see a broad array of pediatric neurological conditions.
This is the largest consolidated neurology and child development division in New Jersey and is led by Dr. Bernard Maria, 2018 Hower Award recipient.
Goryeb Childrenas Hospital is an 86,000 square foot facility at Morristown Medical Center with facilities at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ and 4 other subspecialty satellite locations. With over 250 pediatricians and 100 pediatric subspecialists from 22 different specialty areas, we offer comprehensive pediatric services. An independent pediatric residency training program exists with 38 residents, medical students on regular rotation, and status as a regional campus of the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson.
Interested in learning more? Please email Lori Velasco, Physician Recruiter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join our amazing team!
Active participation in education of residents and medical students rotating through the Pediatric Neurology service as well as through interactions on the inpatient service.
Present didactic lectures in pediatric neurology to GME/UME students as well as giving pediatric grand rounds periodically.
Attend and participate as a speaker in continuing medical educational (CME) events.
Participate in community education and scientific programs as may be delegated or assigned to the Physician by the Chair of Pediatrics.
Provide direct outpatient care to pediatric patients (birth through at least age 21) with neurological disorders at Atlantic Health System hospitals and associated satellite practice locations.
Provide inpatient consultations and primary responsibility for admitting patients with pediatric neurological disorders.
Participate in the departmentas patient- and family-centered care model and ensure effective communication, prompt responsiveness and clinical collaboration with all disciplines including physicians in pediatric critical care, nursing and others.
Provide open and timely communication with patients, families and their significant others.
Participate in on-call coverage of Pediatric Neurology service. Coverage will be distributed equitably.
Provide timely communication with referring and collaborating physicians.
Maintain the academic and administrative process by continually engaging in self-learning, acquisition of CME, and participating in research seminars and other group and inter-disciplinary activities.
Identify and encourage opportunities to collaborate with pediatric residents on research projects, case reports, and other academic pursuits.
Consider initiating or participating in relevant research opportunities.
OUTREACH AND MARKETING:
Market the practice through direct physician to physician communication, community education, community service or other appropriate channels.
Present Grand Rounds at neighboring institutions as deemed appropriate by the Pediatric Neurology Division Chief.
Participate in expansion of Pediatric Neurology services and development of satellite practice locations.
Maintain compliance with JCAHP and DOH requirements.
Maintain current medical license, DEA, and CDS number and American Board Pediatrics certification.
Maintain and implement standards for health promotion and health maintenance.
Bachelors degree in a related field
Board Certified or Board Eligible and Fellowship trained in Pediatric Neurology
NJ licensed or eligible for licensure in NJ
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