Chief, Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Program - Atlantic Health Careers
Atlantic Health System
Location: Morristown, New Jersey
Internal Number: 14338106
Atlantic Health System is seeking a Chief, Pediatric Hematology Oncology Program at Goryeb Childrenas Hospital at Morristown Medical Center.
As the original Valerie Fund Childrenas Center in New Jersey, we provide the highest quality care close to home for all pediatric patients in the Northern New Jersey area. A full member of Childrenas Oncology Group, we see approximately 40-60 new oncology patients and 600 new outpatient consults each year. A member of the Childrenas Oncology Group, the Valerie Fund Childrenas Center at Goryeb Childrenas Hospital provides patient- and family-centered, comprehensive medical care to children and adolescents with cancer and blood disorders. With nationally renowned subspecialists in orthopedic oncology, pediatric neurosurgery and pediatric neuro-oncology, in addition to the most frequent diagnoses of leukemias, the program has become a major referral center for children, adolescents and young adults with bone tumors, sarcomas, brain and spine tumors. In fact, in June 2020 a new state-of-the-art, larger center was opened. The Goryeb Valerie Center team consists of 4 pediatric oncologists, 4 pediatric advanced practice nurses, one nurse manager with 8 APHON certified nurses. The multidisciplinary clinical team also includes pediatric surgeons, neurologists, neuroradiologists, pathologists, ophthalmologists, a psychologist, an educational liaison, social workers, a dietitian, CRAs, child-life professionals, and physical therapists. Our patients are further supported with acupuncture, pet therapy, and daily integrative medicine opportunities.
Roles and Responsibilities for the Chief of Pediatric Hematology Oncology:
The Division Chief will oversee the team of attending physicians and nurse practitioners. This position is weighted 80% clinical, 20% administrative. The Division Chief will work closely with pediatric surgery, pediatric neurosurgery, orthopedic oncology, pediatric urology, radiation oncology, and others to care for our patients.
The Division Chief will ensure the highest quality patient- and family-centered care is provided and will oversee goals to meet all patientsa and families physiological and psychosocial needs throughout their initial treatment and follow-up care.
The Pediatric Oncology Long-Term Follow-Up Program is an important part of the service, tracking and providing medical and psychosocial support for patients far after their acute treatment.
Medical education, research, and serving as a mentor to faculty within the division are essential components of this important leadership position.
Bachelors degree in a realted field
Masteras degree in a realted field preferred
Board certified in pediatrics
Board certified in pediatric hematology/oncology
Outstanding clinical reputation and proven track record as a clinical leader
5+ years experience in a leadership role
Atlantic Health System aims to deliver the highest quality, safety and care combined with the best experience for our patients and their families. We are confident that you will find success within Atlantic Health System, which has been named for the 14th year in a row to Fortuneas aTop 100 Best U.S. Companies to Work Fora list. We believe you will find that our culture of collaboration and care exemplifies the value we place on our patients, their families, and our employees.
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