Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin/Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is recruiting. Our successful funding for research, education and quality work has allowed us to expand our section.
We are an energetic group of PEM physicians with a strong commitment to clinical care, research, advocacy and teaching. We have the potential to hire multiple faculty, at any level of rank, with interests in research, education, advocacy, quality and/or clinical care. Protected time for academic pursuits is available as well as resources to support scholarly activities.
Clinical care is provided at the 306 bed Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, a Level I trauma center that delivers services for Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois, and houses the regional Poison Control Center. Our nationally-recognized ED has approximately 70,000 annual visits. Our section, which includes 24 faculty and 14 Advanced Practice Providers, participates in the training of residents in pediatrics, emergency medicine, and family medicine, and we have an active competitive ACGME accredited PEM fellowship. Clinical investigation is a priority, with excellent resources including a staff of clinical research assistants and a research manager. Areas of research focus include pain, concussion, health literacy, sickle cell disease, pre-hospital care, adolescent issues and interpersonal violence among others. We are a founding site in the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) and have successfully initiated past and ongoing trials through the network.
Milwaukee, a community of over one million people on the shore of Lake Michigan, is an outstanding city recognized for cultural diversity, excellent quality of life, easy commutes, a stable economy and a strong sense of community. Education is a priority: the school systems are highly rated and numerous colleges and universities are located in the area. Four-season outdoor recreational opportunities abound.
Candidates should be PEM board certified or eligible. A competitive compensation package and academic appointment will be offered.
Interested applicants should send their curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:
David C. Brousseau, MD, MS
Chief, Section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
999 North 92nd Street
Milwaukee, WI 53226
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