On behalf ofJohns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital (JHACH) located in St. Petersburg, FL, MillicanSolutions, LLC is pleased to inform you of the inception of a national search to identify candidates as Director, Pediatric Endocrinology.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital seeks an outstanding academic leader to direct the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology. An institutional commitment to resources will support a new Director who should possess a strong passion for innovative leadership and a proven track record for mentorship, patient care, education, and scholarly advancements in research. The successful candidate will hold a faculty appointment with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM) at the Associate Professor level or higher. Applicants should be board certified in Pediatric Endocrinology and eligible for licensure in the State of Florida.
Lead the promotion of clinical, research and academic growth related to Pediatric Endocrinology.
Improve faculty and staff engagement through attention to diversity recruitment, retention, career development, personal leadership development, and effective communication.
Key opportunities, but not limited to, development of a comprehensive Diabetic Program, development of a transgender clinic, expand and evaluate care delivery at multiple satellite and affiliate hospital locations, development of specialized clinics and/or multi-disciplinary clinics.
Ample existing lab space available. New Research and Education Building scheduled to open in August 2018.
Lead JHACH in becoming the preeminent location for Pediatric Endocrinology care in the state of Florida.
About Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital: Children are the sole focus of JHACH and its new, one-million-square-foot St. Petersburg, FL campus devoted to pediatric specialty care. The 259-bed, ten-story hospital and its adjacent outpatient care center replaced an existing 42-year-old facility. JHACH is a leader in pediatric treatment, education, research and advocacy. It is the only specialty-licensed freestanding children’s hospital on Florida’s west coast, and one of three statewide. As a regional referral center for children with some of the most challenging medical problems, JHACH draws patients from throughout Florida, all 50 states and 36 foreign countries. Even the most fragile patient’s benefit from JHACH highly specialized staff, services and facilities, including heart transplantation, blood and marrow transplantation, pediatric trauma services and one of the largest Neonatal Intensive Care programs in the Southeastern United States.
All Children’s Hospital became part of the Johns Hopkins Health System (JHHS) and a fully integrated member of Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) on April 1, 2011. All Children’s is the first U.S. hospital outside of the Baltimore/Washington, D.C., region to become integrated with JHM, which includes the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System.
Additionally, after working with a consortium of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty members, a new pediatric residency program was designed with the first class of trainees graduating from the program in July, 2017.
We would appreciate the opportunity to discuss this opportunity with you in detail. Inquiries should be directed to Marcel Barbey at 682-223-5779 or via e-mail at email@example.com. All inquiries and referrals will remain confidential without your prior approval. Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is an EEO/AA Employer M/F/D/V.
Internal Number: JHACH-Endo
About Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital provides expert pediatric care for infants, children and teens with some of the most challenging medical problems in our community and around the world.
Named a top 50 children's hospital by U.S. News & World Report, we provide access to the most innovative treatments and therapies. Taking part in pediatric medical education and clinical research helps us to provide world-class care in more than 43 pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties.