The Medical University of South Carolina Children’s Hospital, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine is seeking a board certified Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician to serve as Medical Director of the MUSC Children’s Health Emergency Department. This faculty member will join a rapidly expanding and dynamic faculty and be able to mold the future direction of the group in his or her vision. We provide state of the art, family-centered, and multidisciplinary care to children (newborn to 17 year of age) who present with acute illnesses or injuries to the PED. We see 25,000 patients a year in our 12-bed Level 1 Trauma Center and have a thriving PEM fellowship. All Pediatric Subspecialties are represented at MUSC and we are ranked in US News and World Report in 6 categories. Previous leadership experience or proof of leadership potential is required. The physician will be a member of the Pediatric Department, Emergency Medicine Division and salary, academic rank, and promotion track will be commensurate to pediatric practice and/or pediatric academic experience. We are currently building a 20-bed new PED as part of the beautiful new Shawn Jenkins MUSC Children’s and Women’s Pavilion that will open in the winter of 2019.
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Please send all inquiries to Lynne Henkel at [log in to unmask] with a copy of your CV.
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W. Scott Russell, MD, FACEP, FAAP
Senior Medical Director, Children’s Hospital
Division Director and Medical Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
Medical University of South Carolina
135 Rutledge Ave MSC 566
Charleston, SC 29425
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