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PED-EM-L  October 2013

PED-EM-L October 2013

Subject:

Opportunity at Arkansas Children's Pediatric Emergency Department

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"Abramo, Thomas J" <[log in to unmask]>

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Abramo, Thomas J

Date:

Fri, 25 Oct 2013 13:18:03 +0000

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Pediatric Emergency Physician Postions opening:


 
The Department of Pediatrics, Section of Emergency Medicine, of the
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College
of Medicine located at Arkansas Childrenıs Hospital in Little Rock,
Arkansas,
is seeking pediatric emergency medicine candidates at the rank of
Assistant or
Associate Professor in either the clinical attending or clinical educator
(tenure track) pathway. Potential applicants should hold an M.D. degree and
board eligibility/board certification in pediatric emergency medicine is
required.  The position is available
immediately, but the starting date is negotiable.  The Division is also
inviting Pediatric
Emergency Medicine candidates who are interested in PEM Associate
Fellowship
Director position.
 
The Section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine has
an annual emergency department census of approximately 55,000 visits.  The
emergency department (ED) is the only dedicated pediatric emergency
department
in the state and the only Level One Pediatric Trauma center in the state.
The
Pediatric Emergency Department also has a dedicated Fast Track (Urgent
Care)
area for non-emergency patients. A brand new state of
the art  29,500 square foot pediatric
emergency room facility opened this year.
The PED serves as online medical control for pediatric EMS runs and
works with the PICU on an active helicopter pediatric transport program.
 
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Division and the Department of Pediatrics strongly support all aspects of
clinical research. Clinical investigation is a priority, with excellent
resources including a staff of Clinical Research Assistants, a Section
Research
Coordinator, a statistician, and access to research design studios for all
phases of research and grant development.  The PED  have dedicated clinical
trails associates  to various clinical
research endeavors for the PED division along with other Pediatric Medical
& Surgical Subspecialties  Areas
of current research include Near Infrared Spectroscopy Cerebral Oximetry
(CPR, Neurologic
Emergencies, DKA, Trauma, Sepsis), Pediatric Trauma: Brain injury, TBI,
Resuscitation
research , NIPPV in Asthma and Bronchiolitis, Outreach with outcomes,
Pediatric
Telemedicine,  Injury Prevention, Resuscitation
Education, Simulation, Pediatric Pre-hospital Care, and Pediatric Disaster
Preparedness.
The PEM Division is also an active participant in the Pediatric
Emergency Medicine CRC through many multi-center clinical studies.
 
The division has a very robust and active PEM
fellowship program  and  is an accredited program through the ACGME
under the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Emergency
Medicine. An
opportunity exist for associate PEM fellowship director for interested
applicants.
 
The Department of Pediatrics has
a strong commitment to develop careers with our new faculty though a
vibrant
development program, active mentoring committees, clinician-educator
scholars
program and a clinician-educator teaching society.  The Pediatric
Department also is strongly
invested in the growth and promotion of all faculties with an active
program
involving the individual faculty member and the faculty development
section.
 
Salary and
academic rank are commensurate with experience. An innovative opportunity
for
educational loan repayments is available.
. 
 
 
The UAMS Department of
Pediatrics employs over 250 faculty members and over 100 residents and
fellows.  Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) is among the largest
children's hospitals in the United States and was listed in FORTUNE
magazine as
one of the top 100 places to work for four years in a row (2008-2011). ACH
is
Arkansası only ACS Level One trauma center. Located in the foothills of the
Ouachita Mountains, Little Rock is an exceptionally family-oriented
community
combining Southern civility and friendliness, affordable housing, quality
school options, a mild climate, excellent cultural and artistic venues,
professional minor league sports, world class hunting, fishing and other
outdoor recreational opportunities plus extraordinary natural beauty.  With
a population in excess of 500,000, Greater Little Rock offers the most
desirable features of large cities without sacrificing ease of access and
convenience. For more information about the Department of Pediatrics at
Arkansas Childrenıs Hospital, see our website at www.arpediatrics.org
<http://www.arpediatrics.org>.
We are committed to the importance of the
diversity of UAMS leadership, faculty, staff and students in order to
enhance
the education of our students, reduce racial and ethnic health disparities
in
our state, and provide an environment in which all employees and views are
welcomed
 
Thomas Abramo , MD, FAAP, FACEP
Chief of the Division of Pediatric
Emergency Medicine
Department of Pediatrics
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
One Childrenıs Way, Little Rock, AR 72202
501 364 1050
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