Reproductive Endocrinology/IVF Opportunity to Join Growing Practice with Allegheny Health Network
Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Women’s Comprehensive Health Center is recruiting a Fellowship trained REI to join our growing team in Pittsburgh PA.
This is an opportunity to provide clinical care in the state of the art AHN Center for Reproductive Medicine featuring on site IVF labs, an attached surgery center and prenatal clinics all under one roof. This offers the opportunity to work with AHN Ob/Gyn residents as well as research collaborations with the Drexel University School of Medicine and John’s Hopkins School of Medicine. This is a tight knit community with dedicated support of MFM, MIGS and Behavioral Health. The department is very supportive of physicians developing their own clinical interests and you will have the flexibility to build new programs.
- Full scope Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility care
- Surgical treatment of infertility related conditions
- Cancer fertility preservation
- Resident education
- Research collaborations with John’s Hopkins and Drexel with opportunities for academic appointments
- Board Eligible or Board Certified in Reproductive Endocrine and Infertility, Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Eligible for a Pennsylvania Medical License
- Completion of an REI Fellowship
Allegheny Health Network is nationally recognized for innovative practices and quality care. With ten diverse hospitals, over 250 health care facilities it is one of the largest healthcare systems serving Western PA, WV and Eastern OH. Our not-for-profit, physician-led organization is a subsidiary of Highmark Health, the second largest integrated health care delivery and financing system in the nation.
Pittsburgh is a vibrant and exciting city, offering diverse culture, world-class arts and music, prestigious colleges and universities, proximity to state and local recreational parks, and a nationally-recognized culinary scene. It is home to major sports teams as well as key players within an ever-growing tech industry.
Posted May 25, 2022