On behalf of Dr. Marlene Miller, Pediatrician-in-Chief for University Hospitals and Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital (UH/RBC), CareerPhysician, the national leader in academic pediatric leadership recruitment, has initiated a national search to identify an inspiring leader to serve in the role as Division Chief, Pediatric Neurology and Epilepsy.
The incoming Chief will have the responsibility of establishing and implementing a vision that encompasses the mission values of UH/RBC: To Heal, To Teach, To Discover.
- The new Chief will have the built-in benefit of joining a well-established and cohesive culture experienced throughout the Division with a tremendous opportunity for clinical growth including the development of a multi-disciplinary headache clinic, new onset seizure clinic, and an integrated epilepsy and mental health program in collaboration with neuropsychology and psychiatry.
- New, state-of-the art 6-bed pediatric dedicated epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU). The EMU is a level 4 NAEC accredited center performing over 700 video EEGs annually.
- Recently developed NeuroNICU service focusing on the care and management of neonates with neurological disorders.
- Established ACGME accredited Pediatric Neurology residency program.
- Eligibility for academic rank at the Associate/Professor level and be board certified in Child Neurology.
- Recognized as the top ranked children’s hospital in northern Ohio, UH/RBC is a 244-bed, Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center and principal referral center for Ohio and the region.
- Academic affiliation with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
For more details about this opportunity, or if you would like to recommend an individual(s) who exemplifies the qualities we are seeking in a candidate, please contact Marcel Barbey at email@example.com. All interactions will remain confidential, and no inquiries will be made without the consent of the applicant.
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