Albany Medical College is recruiting pediatric emergency physicians
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Albany Medical College is recruiting pediatric emergency physicians to join our academic faculty. Candidates must be fellowship trained and board- certified eligible in pediatric emergency medicine and will enter at the assistant or associate professor level based on experience and qualifications.
Albany Medical Center – comprised of the medical college and hospital – is northeastern New York’s only academic health sciences center. Albany Medical College is one of the nation’s oldest medical schools, founded in 1837. The 714-bed Albany Medical Center Hospital is the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the region and is the busiest trauma center in the state. As the primary referral center for the region, the hospital received over 10,000 transfers last year.
The Department of Emergency Medicine has a well-established residency program that began over 25 years ago and has faculty who are fellowship trained in ultrasound, clinical research, toxicology, sports medicine, emergency medical services, critical care medicine and pediatric emergency medicine. We have a busy, high-acuity emergency department with an annual census of over 70,000 patients.
Albany Medical Center is located in the capital of New York State, with easy access to the metropolitan areas of New York City, Boston and Montreal. The Capital Region offers safe communities and excellent schools. There is also close proximity to numerous outdoor activities (skiing, hiking, climbing, camping, etc.) in the Adirondack and Catskill mountains.
Candidates should send a current curriculum vitae and letter of interest to: