Orlando, Florida: Chief of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

May 16, 2017
Position Type
Chief of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology – Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children in Orlando, FL
  • Lead a well-respected service positioned for significant expansion
  • Report directly to the President of Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children (APHC)
  • Benefit from APHC’s substantial commitment to the program
  • Participate in direct patient care
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, part of the Orlando Health System:
  • Central Florida only Children’s Hospital with programs nationally ranked by US News and World Report
  • 158 beds (adjoining the 258-bed Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies with 15,000 births/year)
  • Largest NICU in the State of Florida
  • State-of-the-art 20-bed Cardiac Critical Care Unit
  • A Leapfrog Top Children’s Hospital
  • A Magnet Designated facility
Orlando, Florida –Everyone knows about the theme parks that provide great entertainment for visiting friends and relatives.  Residents also enjoy
  • Close-knit, family-friendly neighborhoods (demographics are much younger than is typical of Florida)
  • Cost of living below the national average
  • Diverse economic base that includes headquarters for Fortune 500 companies, large restaurant chains, communications companies and digital media enterprises
  • 233 sunny days each year
  • No state income tax
Learn more at www.arnoldpalmerhospital.com and www.orlandohealth.com/careers/relocating-to-central-florida

Interested candidates please contact:
Terry Jung
Physician and Advanced Practice Recruiter

Please reference Position ID 160719 when responding.

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