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Pediatricians CHOP is hiring board-certified or board-eligible pediatricians to provide quality, comprehensive health care to children and families in our community. Our doctors and nurses believe trust is built with good communication—and they enjoy developing strong relationships with patients and families.
HospitalistsPediatric Hospital Medicine (PHM) is recruiting faculty at all experience levels to join our growing team of more than 125 faculty. Full-time, part-time, and nocturnist positions are available. CHOP does not require PHM board certification.
PHM offers numerous clinical opportunities, including attending-only general pediatric teams, surgical co-management, behavioral health co-management, complex care, and/or sedation services. Our hospitalists have the opportunity to work at our main Philadelphia campus or hospital in King of Prussia. In addition to robust clinical exposure, CHOP's faculty development programs include a formal mentoring program for early career hospitalists and weekly attending-only education conferences that address a variety of topics. Our education curriculum includes M&M, quality improvement, complex care didactics, and clinical case conferences.
Subspecialty Hospital PhysiciansActing as frontline clinicians under the guidance of attending physicians, hospitalists care for patients with a range of disease processes and acuity levels in many subspecialty departments (including in Cardiac Intensive Care, Cardiac Care (step-down), Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Intensive Care, Neonatal Intensive Care, Neurology, Oncology, Gastroenterology, and Adolescent Medicine).
This role is a wonderful opportunity for residents who are considering fellowship training or contemplating a career in Pediatric Hospital Medicine. Physicians in this role will work alongside leaders in Pediatric Subspecialty Care across many disciplines and will be an integral member of these multidisciplinary teams. Many educational opportunities will be embedded into the clinical year, as well as a formalized mentorship program matching early-career physicians with subspecialists at the forefront of clinical and laboratory advancement in their fields. We encourage applications from residents graduating from academic hospitals or community hospitals who are seeking additional exposure to subspecialty care in a quaternary care center that cares for patients with high complexity and acuity.