About OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
With a strong tradition of teamwork, diversity and interdisciplinary care, we believe all children deserve the best. At Doernbecher, we built a hospital around that belief. It’s why we have more specialists in children’s health than anywhere else in the state. We offer the newest and most advanced treatments available, along with innovative collaborations and research opportunities. As Oregon’s only academic health center, we strive to offer the best medical care to every child across Oregon, Southwest Washington and beyond.
OHSU's singular focus on improving health starts with Oregonians and has global impact. We are the only academic health center in Oregon, but we're also nationally distinct as a university dedicated solely to advancing health sciences. This allows us to concentrate resources on research to prevent and cure disease, on education that prepares physicians, dentists, nurses and other health professionals to succeed in an evolving health care environment, and on patient care that incorporates the latest knowledge and discoveries. We have 16,000 employees and secure competitive research funding of more than $400 million a year. As a public organization, we provide community outreach and services for Oregon's most vulnerable populations. OHSU’s stated mission to improve the health and quality of life for all Oregonians through excellence, innovation and leadership in health care, education and research.
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Bisected by the Willamette River, Portland is a vibrant city nestled among green woods and waterways. Only 90 minutes from the spectacular Oregon coast or towering Mount Hood, Portland offers the rare accessibility of snow-to-surf. Portland embraces cyclists, hikers, brewpubs, dogs, climbers, artisan coffee shops, book readers, foodies, professional soccer and basketball fans, award-winning wineries, concertgoers and paddle boarders. It’s no wonder Portland constantly ranks as one of America’s favorite lifestyle cities.
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the division head in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and advocacy. This faculty position will provide clinical care primarily at OHSU’s Doernbecher Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with additional coverage at any of our OHSU affiliated or partner hospitals: PeaceHealth in Vancouver, Washington, OHSU Hillsboro and Adventist Health.
The duties of this position include:
Leadership (not related to teaching or research):
There are multiple faculty opportunities at regional neonatology facilities and at OHSU. Senior faculty may be considered for leadership/medical direction roles at our regional facilities.
Clinical Activities (not related to teaching or research):
This position provides clinical care primary at OHSU’s Doernbecher Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and at a neonatal care center in Vancouver, Washington.. This position works with a multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive care to neonatology patients.
As an OHSU faculty member is expected to participate in faculty meetings at the division and department level. All pediatric faculty members are expected to aid the division head and department chair in providing direction to the division and the department both on a day to day basis and as part of ongoing strategic planning and strategic planning.
Scholarly Activities (research/writing, abstracts, grant supported work, presentations, etc.):
OHSU faculty members are expected to have some scholarly activity, this may be limited to educating learners as outlined below, but may also include research, and other grant supported work or academic papers and presentations in disciplines related to their field of expertise. Faculty members are often called upon to partner with other providers and members of the department or division research support staff in research activity. Faculty members are expected to participate in clinical research as needed, often with the help of trained research support staff and senior faculty principal investigators.
Education (include types of teaching and types of student taught):
This position provides clinical education to fellows, residents, and medical students participating in pediatric rotations. As part of the multidisciplinary team charged with educating learners in the neonatology environment, this person would be expected to provide feedback and evaluation, both formally and informally, of learners working in neonatology. Specifically, faculty members in neonatology are key educators to fellows enrolled in the neonatology fellowship program. This faculty member will provide education and feedback to fellowship trainees in the Neonatology Fellowship Program. This person would also be expected to provide feedback and guidance in the continuing development and improvement of the Neonatology Fellowship program.
Faculty members may be called upon to serve on OHSU committees and in other activities as directed by the department chair or division head in furtherance of division, department, or OHSU goals and objectives.
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