Maternal Fetal Medicine Physician
Inpatient and outpatient
The Department of ObGyn at Westchester Medical Center Health Network is recruiting for multiple full-time faculty members in the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM). The MFM Division serves as a resource and referral center for 15 hospitals and obstetrical care providers from the seven counties of Hudson Valley in New York. The division is part of the Regional Perinatal Center in collaboration with a state-of-the-art Level 1 NICU with robust academic faculty and a large neonatal fellowship program. The division is involved in the statewide effort in maternal collaboration in improving maternal morbidity and mortality and addressing health care disparities in Obstetrical care. The department of ObGyn has a four-year accredited residency with four residents each year. The division offers a diverse work environment including inpatient and outpatient perinatal consultations, management of high-risk pregnancies, perinatal diagnosis and ultrasound, antepartum testing and perinatal outreach. The division will be evaluating to apply for a fellowship in MFM that it held once previously as it rebuilds the necessary components for such a process in the near future. A new Fetal Home, state-of-the-art outpatient facilities has been built and will open shortly. Candidates must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in ObGyn and have completed an accredited fellowship in MFM (Board Eligible/Board Certified) by the time of their joining the Division and be licensed or eligible for licensure in State of New York. They are expected to possess and exhibit a passion for excellence in clinical care, teaching along with excellent communication, interpersonal skills and being a positive team player. Interested candidates should send curriculum vitae to Sean Tedjarati MD, MPH, MBA, FRCS, FACOG, Chairman & Clinical Professor/Director, Department of ObGy and Chief Clinical Integration Officer for WMC Health Network along with a letter of interest by email to Sean.Tedjarati@WMCHealth.org.
Posted February 12, 2020