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The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and OSF Healthcare are partnering with Genesis Medical Center-Davenport and currently seeking a board certified Neonatologist. Genesis Medical Center-Davenport is a Level II nursery with roughly 1,700 deliveries/year. An excellent benefits package is available including vacations, sick time, malpractice coverage, CME, health and life insurance, and retirement plan.
Genesis Medical Center-Davenport is a licensed 502-bed facility, which offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient medical services. Specifically, the NICU is a 20-bed unit, which consists of ten private rooms and three open bays. The NICU functions as a Level II intensive care nursery. The NICU is equipped to stabilize and manage neonates with acute and chronic illness. It is equipped with emergency and resuscitative equipment including:
- Cardiac and apnea monitors with capabilities for trending/monitoring pulse oximetry
- Non-invasive and invasive blood pressure monitoring
- Oxygen therapy (ventilators, CPAP, bag/mask, high flow nasal cannula, RAM cannula, and nasal cannula)
- Warmer units
- Neonatal instruments for insertion of UAC/UVC lines, PICC lines and chest tubes
The Quad Cities (made up of 5 cities, including Davenport Iowa), representing roughly 400,000 people, is the largest metropolitan area on the Mississippi River between Minneapolis and St. Louis. It is three hours west of Chicago and two and a half hours east of Des Moines, Iowa. The area has recently been ranked as a “best place to live” and is known for safe neighborhoods, short commute times, and a reasonable cost of living. The community is fortunate to have excellent schools (in the Quad Cities and surrounding areas), the Niabi Zoo, museums, fine arts, a local festival scene, minor league baseball and hockey, and many seasonal outdoor activities. The John Deere Classic, PGA Tour event, and the Bix 7 road race bring in people from all over the world every summer. The Quad Cities International airport located in Moline, IL connects our community to almost a dozen other cities in the US.