The Division of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital is seeking a full-time neonatologist to join our faculty at the Clinical Instructor level.
This is an exceptional opportunity for a neonatologist who also wishes to spend time in education, scholarship and to participate in research at an outstanding academic center, as all University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service.
Responsibilities include delivery attendance and well newborn care, independent intensive care management of moderate-acuity level II infants, common neonatal procedures, and critical care of neonates with direct neonatologist supervision. Anticipated start date is September 2019.
Primary site of practice is Highline Medical Center (Burien, WA) with a 6-bed level II NICU and active delivery and well-baby service. Level III/IV NICU experience will be at Valley Medical Center (Renton, WA) and Seattle Children's.
Our Seattle region is home to one of the most diverse populations in the country. We are known for our rain, but even more for our breathtaking natural wonders, our array of outdoor activities, our vibrant urban scene, and our passion for life. Seattle Children's is proud to be actively engaged with this vital community and to contribute to newborn wellness throughout the region.
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