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PED-EM-L  June 2010

PED-EM-L June 2010

Subject:

Job opportunity in Washington, DC

From:

"Chamberlain, Jim" <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Chamberlain, Jim

Date:

Sun, 20 Jun 2010 17:12:36 -0400

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Children's National Medical Center is seeking energetic and enthusiastic
PEM physicians for immediate opportunities with an intense but
fun-loving faculty group at one of the nation's leading pediatric
hospitals. We have 30 faculty members and 9 fellows and we also employ
17 pediatricians and 6 nurse practitioners.

We are in need of additional faculty because of the incredible academic
and administrative successes within our group, including 

*	Over 3 million dollars of federal research grants in 2009
*	One of four national nodes for the Pediatric Emergency Care
Applied Research Network (PECARN)
*	3 K-Award scholars
*	Advancement to key leadership positions in hospital
administration in advocacy, research, and education
*	Opening a new satellite emergency department


We currently staff a 39-bed emergency department, an adjacent 4-bed
observation unit, and a fast track/urgent care area across the waiting
room from the main ED. We are a Level 1 pediatric trauma center, as well
as a major referral center for the Baltimore/Washington area, and we
serve as online Medical Control for both prehospital agencies and our
own critical care interhospital transport team. We have a separate
Division of Transport Medicine, run by one of our faculty members, to
support the astounding growth of this program, which includes an inhouse
helicopter transport system and a state-of-the-art communications
center. 

In addition to an exciting and challenging clinical program treating
over 85,000 patients per year, we are actively involved in major
academic pursuits. We are one of four regional nodes for the Pediatric
Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN), which treats over
750,000 pediatric patients per year at 22 hospitals. In addition to
PECARN, we have federal funding to support research in the treatment of
status epilepticus, research to improve the regional delivery of asthma
care, and basic research on the genomics of asthma and sepsis. Several
of our faculty and fellows have successfully partnered with Dr. Eric
Hoffman, one of the nation's leading experts in genomics and
proteinomics. We are the lead institution in the first pediatric study
to utilize the FDA exception from informed consent for emergency
research, and our asthma research is the cornerstone of a
multidisciplinary and multi-agency regional asthma center.  Children's
has dramatically increased its NIH funding and has moved from 53rd to
12th in the nation for pediatric centers.  Fellows are actively involved
in clinical and translational research.  Several faculty members
participate in a Master Teachers program, a certificate program focusing
on educational scholarship and adult learning/human resource development
designed to maximize our potential as medical educators.  Washington is
also the focus of intense advocacy efforts on behalf of children. 

In September 2010, we will be opening a new, state-of-the-art emergency
department in Washington, DC, approximately 7 miles from the main
campus. The facility is being built to our specifications and will be
staffed by Children's National physicians and nurses.  

We have openings for both academically oriented and clinically oriented
faculty.  Salary and benefits are competitive and Washington, DC is a
great place to live.

If you are interested, please contact 

James Chamberlain, M.D.
Division Chief, Emergency Medicine
[log in to unmask]
202.476.3253

James Chamberlain, MD
Division Chief, Emergency Medicine
Children's National Medical Center
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20010
 
202.476.3253 (O)
202.476.3573 (F)
202.476.5433 (Emergency Access)
-----Original Message-----
From: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Discussion List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Saleh Altamimi
Sent: Thursday, June 17, 2010 7:52 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Chairman position opportunity in Saudi Arabia

The Pediatric Emergency Department at King Fahad Medical City (KFMC), 
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is seeking a qualified PEM physician for the
position of 
department chairman. King Fahad Medical City is a state of the art large

tertiary care centre with four connected hospitals: Children's, Main,
Women's, 
and Rehabilitation with a total of 1200 beds. The Pediatric Emergency 
Department is well developed with a nice child friendly 20 bed facility
run by a 
group of 10 full time PEM attendings, and 3 part time attendings. The
majority 
of our faculty is graduates of a North American PEM fellowship. The
annual 
visits are 50k with high acuity and very interesting pathology. The PEM 
department at KFMC is an accredited training centre and is part of an 
integrated Saudi PEM fellowship program. Undergraduate medical students
and 
postgraduate trainees from Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, and family 
Medicine rotate thru year round. 

PEM physicians with leadership experience, outstanding clinical skills,
and a 
significant academic record are encouraged to apply. All candidates must
be 
certified in Paediatric Emergency Medicine. Compensation is very
competitive 
and tax free.

Interested individuals should submit a letter of application, curriculum
vitae, 
and the name and addresses of 3 references. Letters should be addressed
to 
Dr.Saleh Altamimi, Associate Executive Director, King Fahad Medical City
via e-
mail < [log in to unmask]>

Best Regards,

Saleh Altamimi, MD
Associate Executive Director
Consultant, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
King Fahad Medical City
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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+96612889999 Ext 7084

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