Pediatric Intensivist

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Overview: Randall Childrenxe2x80x99s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel is seeking to expand our team and welcome BE/BC Pediatric Critical Care physicians to apply for employment to begin January 2023. Our current practice consists of 7 board-certified pediatric intensivists and a PA-C. We are a current recipient of the Gold Beacon Award by the AACN for excellence in multi-disciplinary, collaborative, family-centered pediatric critical care. Randall Childrenxe2x80x99s Hospital is a state-of-the-art, 9-story freestanding Childrenxe2x80x99s Hospital affiliated with Legacy Emanuel Hospital. Our facility offers a large, separate Children’s Emergency Department open 24/7, a LEVEL IV NICU, the regionxe2x80x99s only inpatient rehabilitation facility as well as a 24-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit with large private rooms that promote our ideal of family-centered care. The hospital has over 100 pediatric sub-specialty professionals in both medical and surgical areas and has been verified as both a Level I Pediatric Trauma and Level I Pediatric Surgical center. Legacy Health System consists of seven hospitals, dozens of primary care and specialty clinics, a regional medical laboratory service, a research facility and The Oregon Burn Center. Responsibilities: The Pediatric Intensivist provides hospital-based critical care to inpatients in the Pediatric ICU, as the attending physician-of-record. Pediatric code response, ECLS management, management of advanced modes of ventilation including VDR, directing pediatric transport, and supervising care provided by advanced practitioners. Clinical duties, call coverage and administrative work. Provision of collaborative management with numerous pediatric surgical and sub-specialty services. Our PICU participates in national quality databases, multiple quality projects and multi-institute research studies, and Randall Childrenxe2x80x99s Hospital Foundation funding is available to support quality and patient-centered projects. Experience: Clinical experience in Pediatric Critical Care, including management of ECLS. Education: Graduate of four-year accredited U.S. Medical school or equivalent. Completion of an accredited pediatric residency and subsequent fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. Licensure/Certification: Board Eligible OR Board Certified in pediatric critical care by the American Board of Pediatrics. Maintains subspecialty certification (or obtains subspecialty certification within two testing cycles of hire by Group) in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine by the American Board of Pediatrics. Unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Oregon. Active member in good standing of the medical staffs of Legacy Hospitals with appropriate clinical privileges (locum tenens and temporary physicians may have temporary privileges). Maintains unrestricted federal and state registrations to prescribe, dispense, and administer controlled substances in the State of Oregon. Remains eligible to participate in Medicare and Medicaid and treat such patients in a non-discriminatory manner. Maintains BLS and PALS certification through the American Heart Association. Community: Portland is a sophisticated city offering diverse communities and unique cultural activities. Beautiful parks, waterways and more biking paths per mile than any other U.S. city promote an active and healthy lifestyle. In just over an hour the snowboarder can be riding at Mt. Hood, the surfer can be catching waves at Cannon Beach, and the windsurfer can be sailing in the Gorge. There truly is something for everyone in Portland, Oregon. LEGACYxe2x80x99S VALUES IN ACTION: Follows guidelines set forth in Legacyxe2x80x99s Values in Action. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.

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