Pediatric Intensivist | Take great care of the patient, every day and in every way

Charleston, WV

full-time
Inpatient and outpatient

Overview

Wild, Wonderful West Virginia!

We have an exciting opportunity for a Pediatric Intensivist to join our well-established practice at Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC) Women and Children’s Hospital in beautiful Charleston, West Virginia. CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital, located on the banks of the Elk River in Charleston, is the premier children’s hospital in West Virginia’s capital city.

  • 9-bed PICU that serves as a teaching site for residents
  • Block scheduling (usually 7 days on) affording ample time off
  • Out-of-house call with pediatric residents in-house 24/7
  • Call and holiday coverage divided equally with another intensivist
  • Daily multidisciplinary rounds with residents, medical students, pharmacy, respiratory and dietary services
  • Consultative services provided by pediatric sub-specialists representing more than 30 specialties, including pulmonary medicine, surgery, neurology, nephrology, infectious disease, hematology-oncology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and cardiology
  • Opportunity to earn additional compensation for working 13 or more shifts per month

West Virginia offers natural wonders preserved in more than 200,000 acres of state parks and forests, with 800 miles of hiking trails and 5,000 acres of fishing waters. Charleston is the capital and largest city in West Virginia and is located at the juncture of three major interstates, providing easy access to surrounding areas. In addition to being a gateway city for recreational opportunities in the mountains and rivers throughout the surrounding region, Charleston is full of shopping, arts and culture, history, sports and family-friendly fun. The cost of living is low and the schools are excellent, with ten schools having earned exemplary status from the Office of Education Performance Audits. Kiplinger’s has rated Charleston among the “Best Cities for Every Stage of Life.”


Posted November 16, 2021