Pediatric Hospitalist in Ohio
A regional community non-profit health system serving a multi-county area in the Northwest region is seeking Pediatric Hospitalists. This opportunity is open to residents, new graduates, and experienced physicians.
Role and Responsibilities:
Special Care Nursery: Manage Level IIB Special Care Nursery.
Consultations: Emergency Department consults and limited outpatient medical consults.
Newborn Care: Attendance at high-risk deliveries and inpatient pediatric care.
Patient Volume: Approximately 1,000 deliveries/year. Manage infants born at 32 weeks and above, including CPAP, Surfactant, and ventilator care.
Average Census: Daily average of 12, including pediatric inpatients, well newborns, and special care.
Shifts: Six, 24-hour shifts per 28-day block.
Hospitalist Service: Admits patients.
Partnerships and Education:
Collaborative partnership with a major children's hospital.
Access to pediatric specialists, research, and clinical trials.
Advanced education and training opportunities.
Malpractice, health, and life insurance.
Retirement plans with employer match.
Local administration and decision-making.
About the Health System:
Integrated regional health system offering a wide range of specialties.
Part of a prestigious clinic care network.
Facilities include a hospital with ICU and CCU, Level III Trauma Center, Special Care Nursery, specialty clinics, and diagnostic services.
Advanced technology including robotic surgical systems and integrated EMR.
Recognized for quality care and excellence in various medical fields.
About Findlay, Ohio
Just South of Lake Erie sits the bustling midsized city of Findlay the second largest city in Northwest Ohio. Thanks to its affordability, robust and growing economy, recreational opportunities for all ages, outstanding school systems and family-friendly environment, Findlay has been ranked #1 Micropolitan in the U.S. nine years and running. Downtown boasts one-of-a-kind eateries, breweries, boutiques and a pedestrian-friendly Main Street, as well as venues for live music and productions at Marathon Center for the Performing Arts and the Fort Findlay Playhouse, community events such as Oktoberfest, Boogie on the Block, Rally in the Alley, ArtWalk, and more - all while enjoying a beverage within the Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA).
#1 Micropolitan in U.S. based on 543 statistical areas
Located on I-75, 45 minutes south of Toledo and I-80, close to major metro and airports
Community of higher education, health care, business, retail and agriculture
Ten public school districts in Hancock County, including Findlay City School and private school options
Major employers Marathon Petroleum Corp., Cooper Tire & Rubber/Goodyear, Whirlpool Corp., Ball Corp.
International businesses and distribution centers with enterprises from 9 different countries