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Associate Medical Directors of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
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Stony Brook, NY
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Stony Brook Medicine is in the midst of remarkable expansion, with recent investments that include a dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department; a state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; a pediatric cardiology imaging laboratory; a pulmonary function laboratory; the largest minimally invasive surgery program for children in Suffolk County; a highly specialized pediatric anesthesiology team; adolescent psychiatry; and a clinical tower, slated for completion in 2016 that will become the new home for Stony Brook Long Island Children's Hospital.

The Pediatrics Department is a vibrant and collegial environment led by energetic Chair and Physician-in-Chief of Stony Brook Long Island Children's Hospital, Margaret McGovern, MD, PhD. It offers a categorical pediatrics residency program as well as a combined Pediatrics-Medicine residency that together train over 50 residents. Sergey Kunkov, MD, Chief of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and the Pediatric Trauma Center is continuing to expand the specialty expertise of the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Department and is now seeking Associate Medical Directors for the PEM Fellowship Training Program and for PEM Research.

The best candidates for the Associate Director roles will be skilled emergency medicine physicians on an academic career track seeking a leadership positions or teaching/research/administrative responsibilities in the Department of Pediatrics. The Associate Directors will play a major role in mentoring PEM faculty and teaching residents. Some of the opportunities for mentoring and faculty career development include participating in: the planning and administration of the PEM fellowship program; clinical operations; EMS; research in the Division or in the Department of Pediatrics; community outreach; and clinical simulation.

Candidates will be physicians who have completed an accredited Pediatric Emergency Fellowship training program, have 3-5 years of clinical practice experience, and are board certified in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.

SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine and Stony Brook Long Island Children's Hospital are assisted in this search by ZurickDavis. We appreciate all referrals. For more information, please review our Current Engagements at: www.ZurickDavis.com. Interested parties please send resume and cover letter to: SUNYPedsERMD2020@zurickdavis.com. For additional information, please contact Lida Junghans, PhD or Jacqueline Rosenthal at: 781-938-1975. Contact with our office will remain confidential.

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