Location: Deptford, New Jersey
The Division of Urology at Nemours Children's Hospital, Delaware is seeking a Pediatric Urologist to join our team in Wilmington.
Ranked in the 2021 Top 50 Best Children's Hospitals for Urology by U.S. News and World Report, this group of innovative and academically active pediatric urologists practice in both Deptford, NJ and Wilmington, DE. This position involves full-time responsibility as an attending pediatric urologist with opportunities in clinical and outcome research. Faculty appointment commensurate with experience is offered through Thomas Jefferson University Medical College.
The candidate should have experience in all aspects of pediatric urology including genital reconstruction, urinary tract reconstruction, fetal urology, and voiding disorders of childhood. Participation in daily clinical activities including operating room, consultation, fetal therapy meetings and multidisciplinary and specialty clinics (Spina Bifida, Bladder Clinic, Bowel Clinic) will allow a diverse exposure to all areas of pediatric urology.
This unique opportunity offers:
- Minimally invasive and Robotic surgery
- Comprehensive endourological facilities
- State-of-the-art noninvasive micturition testing, laser lithotripsy, video urodynamics, and biofeedback therapy
- Diverse, experienced group of pediatric urologists and exposure to all aspects of pediatric urology
- Region wide referral of neonates from multiple affiliated Level III NICU
- Affiliation to major academic center in Philadelphia (TJU), NJ (Cooper) and major medical center in DE (Christiana)
- Opportunity to train Urology Residents from TJU, Cooper and Main Line Health Urology programs throughout the academic year.
Interested candidates should send their formal CV to:
Zac Wilberger, Physician Recruiter
Nemours Children's Health
Nemours Children's Health is an internationally recognized children's health system. With more than 1.7 million patient encounters annually, Nemours provides medical care in five states through two freestanding state-of-the-art children's hospitals -- Nemours Children's Hospital, Delaware and Nemours Children's Hospital, Florida. Nemours' pediatric network includes 80 primary-urgent-and specialty care practices and more than 40 hospitalists serving 19 affiliated hospitals. Nemours generates annual revenues of more than $1.7 billion derived from patient services, contributions from the Alfred I. duPont Trust, as well as other income.
The mission of Nemours is to provide leadership, institutions and services to restore and improve the health of children through care and programs not readily available, with one high standard of quality and distinction regardless of the recipient's financial status. Nemours is committed to providing patient- and family-centered health care; educating the next generation of health care providers through a variety of education affiliations; offering extensive online and in-person continuing medical education; providing health and wellness information for kids, teens, parents and educators via KidsHealth.org; and offering families 24/7 access to virtual consults with Nemours pediatricians via computer or mobile devices.