Chief of Ob/Gyn Level IIB Nicu for White Plains hospital- 25 Miles from Manhattan,NY
White Plains, NY
White Plains Hospital (25 miles from Manhattan) is seeking a Director/ Chief for its Obstetrics and Gynecology Department.
The Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at White Plains Hospital establishes, implements and maintains the highest standards of medical care for our OB/GYN patients, providing clinical and administrative leadership to the department. This position reports to the Chief Medical Officer/Executive Vice President.
- Hospital employed
- Full Time Exempt 40 hours/ week
- OBGYN department comprising of 20 OBGYNs
- 2000 deliveries annually
- Competitive compensation
- A minimum of five years of clinical and administrative experience in a hospital setting with an M.D. or D.O. degree in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
- Licensed to practice in the State of New York.
ABOUT THE WHITE PLAINS HOSPITAL MATERNITY PROGRAM
- Labor and delivery team comprised of experienced board certified obstetricians, anesthesiologists,neonatologists and our outstanding Magnet designated nurses
- High-risk obstetrics coverage 24/7
- State-of-the-art facilities and family-centered birth environments
- Level III B NICU, recent recipient of the AACN Beacon Gold Award
- State of the Art Neonatology maternity center
- 24/7 MFM coverage
- 24/7 secondary on call backup
- 24/7 anesthesia coverage in the hospital
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER
- Well established practice providing services to the community for the past twenty years
- Organization that has a history of 125 years of exceptional healthcare service and numerous awards
- White Plains Hospital is listed on Soliant Health’s Top 20 Beautiful Hospitals in the US
- Excellent school systems with the top NYS school districts in Westchester county
- Enjoy suburban life of White Plains/Westchester with NYC just 25 miles away
- White Plains is just an hours drive from three major international airports and ten minutes commute from White Plains county airport.
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your CV to Sharon O. Alfonso.
Posted October 2, 2020