Physician - Pediatric Cardiologist, Non-Invasive Imaging - Wolfson Children's Hospital

Date Posted: Jun 28, 2021

Status: Full-Time

Shift Details: Days

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Job Summary

One of the nation’s leading children’s hospitals, located among the nation’s most sought after destinations, is actively seeking a PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGIST with special interest and additional training in NON-INVASIVE IMAGING to join a growing Pediatric Cardiology practice at Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, FL.

Wolfson Children's Hospital of Jacksonville, Florida is the only full-service tertiary hospital for children in the region, serving North Florida, South Georgia and beyond. As an employee of Wolfson Children’s Hospital the successful physician candidate will have an opportunity to practice in a robust pediatric cardiology practice.

This position will provide opportunity for multi-modality imaging physician. The ideal candidate will have extensive training in Cardiac CT and MRI; advanced training in nuclear cardiology and/or echocardiography is desirable. The successful candidate will be responsible for the supervision of standard MRI studies for evaluating cardiac morphology and function, as well as advanced techniques including pharmacologic stress imaging, adult congenital heart disease and evaluation for arrhythmia substrates.

In-patient care for congenital heart patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital is provided in a 12 bed dedicated Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. Two (2) state of the art cardiac catheterization laboratories host over 220 cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology studies per year.

Total echoes done in Clinics = 5221

Total IP Echo = 2096

Total OP Echo = 530

Total TEE = 200

Total Fetal = 193

In keeping with our mission and core values, Baptist is requiring that all team members complete their COVID-19 vaccine series or obtain a medical or religious exemption by 11/15/2021 or at time of hire after this date.


Education Required

Doctorate of Medicine

Education Preferred

Doctorate of Medicine

Experience

  • Pediatric Cardiology Experience

License and Certification

  • Board certified or board eligible
  • Successful completion of an accredited pediatric cardiology fellowship
  • Able to obtain an active and unrestricted FL license
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification (CPR) Required
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Required
  • Licensed Physician Required
  • Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) License Required

Location

Wolfson Children's Hospital
800 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville, FL, 32207


Location Overview

Recognized year after year as one of America's Best Children's Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, Wolfson Children’s Hospital of Jacksonville brings world-class pediatric care close to home for Florida, Georgia and Alabama families.

The Terry Heart Center Team at Wolfson Children’s Hospital proudly provides the most advanced cardiac care for a wide range of conditions.

As the only full-service tertiary hospital for children in the region, Wolfson Children’s provides care for the full spectrum of pediatric conditions — ranging from the most common to the rare and medically complex — in a family-centered environment designed around children’s unique needs.

Wolfson Children’s Hospital is a member of the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s Heart Institute network. The collaboration with UPMC is designed to enhance and expand specialized pediatric cardiac care for children in the North Florida/South Georgia region, as well as the entire Southeastern United States.

Beyond family practice, internal medicine and pediatric practices, Baptist Primary Care Specialty practices include Endocrinology, Rheumatology and Infectious Diseases. Other specialty groups include Baptist Urology, Baptist Pulmonology, Baptist ENT, Baptist Neurology, Lyerly Neurosurgery, Baptist Heart Specialists, Baptist OB/GYN – Nassau, Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute,  Southeast Gynecologic Oncology Associates, and Baptist Radiology Oncology.  Baptist is repeatedly chosen as the area’s most preferred health care provider and has been chosen as one of the Best Places to Work in U.S. Healthcare by Modern Healthcare.

World-Famous Quality of Life and Regional Appeal

  • Northeast Florida is alive with over 1,100 miles of beaches and waterways, 80,000 acres of parks and trails, a strong and prosperous economy, multiple professional sport teams, championship tennis clubs, world-renowned golf courses and diverse cultural experiences
  • The area serves as home to some of the Sunshine State’s best cost of living and the nation’s most sought after quality of life
  • Immediately within reach are world famous destinations, attractions, theme parks, entertainment and recreation for individuals and families of all ages
  • Recently ranked by Forbes Magazine as the second most desirable city for relocation in the United States, Jacksonville is a modern and vibrant destination surrounded by the very best that Florida has to offer
  • The Saint Johns County School District is the #1 ranked School District in the state of Florida
  • Florida has no state income tax
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