The Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Division of Neonatology is pleased to announce our recruitment for an Instructor or Assistant Professor level board-certified/board-eligible pediatrician for the OHSU affiliated clinical care site of Adventist Health Portland (AHP).
This position provides clinical care for newborns delivered at AHP’s Level 1 nursery, and includes the responsibilities of rounding in the newborn nursery daily and coverage of the delivery room as needed. This provider is present on the unit during scheduled workdays and is available to present to the hospital emergently on scheduled night calls, with overnight responsibilities that include on-call availability for acute issues or post-delivery stabilization exceeding routine care. This provider should be experienced and comfortable with neonatal resuscitations following Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) guidelines, and will work as a team leader with RN's and RT's with assistance from consulting Neonatologists via telemedicine as needed.
This provider will join a team committed to excellence in pediatric care and benefit from the dissemination of OHSU evidence-based guidelines, ongoing participation in pediatric medicine, as well as neonatology-based educational opportunities.
Additionally, this provider will be responsible for educating OHSU medical students rotating at AHP for their newborn elective or preceptorship. The teaching duties will generally involve a combination of experiential learning around patient care on the unit, simulating activities, mentoring and newborn specific didactics.
The duties of this position include:
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