Cleveland, Ohio
May 25, 2021
Position Type

Cleveland Clinic Childrens invites applications for neonatologists for its levels III and IV Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Cleveland Clinic Childrens has more than 350 pediatric medical and surgical specialists staffing the 389 inpatient beds and 40 outpatient clinics forming the Cleveland Clinic Childrens network, providing over 692,029 outpatient visits, 13,490 hospital admissions, 10,721 surgeries, and accepting over 1,300 hospital transfers per year. In addition to the main campus level IV NICU, coverage includes two level III regional NICUs with over 30 beds in each. The Fetal Care Center provides comprehensive care for diagnosis and management of the medically complex fetus and mother. The department of neonatology hosts a neonatology fellowship program in conjunction with Case Western Reserve University/ Metro Health Center. The Childrens Hospital on the main campus is a 125-bed hospital within a hospital including a PICU and NICU that are staffed 24-hours a day. Pediatric residents rotate through neonatology department. Cleveland Clinic Childrens ranked in 10 pediatric specialties among the 2015-2016 U.S. News Best Childrens Hospitals. Cleveland Clinic Childrens was ranked in 9 out of 10 specialties by U.S. News and World Reports 2017-2018 Best Childrens Hospitals.

Appropriate candidates should be BC/BE, with excellent and current clinical skills. ECMO training is desirable. In addition to clinical duties, neonatologists are expected to have academic productivity including research, education and quality improvement projects. There is opportunity to work with pediatric residents and neonatal fellows. The institution is distinguished by its high degree of collegiality, and is committed to fostering professional growth of its staff.

Cleveland Clinic Childrens physicians enjoy a collegial work environment with a competitive salary enhanced by a very attractive benefits package.

Cleveland Clinic has evolved the group practice by organizing our specialty departments into disease-centered Institutes; the result- a spirit of collaborative care around the patient and enhanced teamwork in an efficient environment. Come join our collaborative model of medicine.

Hany Aly, MD

Chair, Department of Neonatology

Interested candidates should submit an application online

Equal opportunity/Affirmative action employer-Min/Fem/Disability/Vet/ Drug/smoke free environment