Pediatric Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Job In Detroit, Michigan
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Detroit Medical Center and University Pediatricians are actively seeking a Pediatric Physiatrist to join The Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit. The Division specializes in the rehabilitation and medical management of children with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, neuromuscular disorders, and musculoskeletal conditions.
Children’s Hospital of Michigan provides a 14-bed, CARF certified, inpatient rehabilitation program. Division members also provide evaluations and continuity care for patients in an outpatient clinic setting. Specialty clinics and programs include: Myelomeningocele/Spinal Cord Injury clinic, Muscular Dystrophy clinic, Intrathecal Baclofen Pump Program, and Alcohol Block clinic for treatment of spasticity. Physicians also participate on the trauma team and frequently collaborate with the divisions of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Orthopaedics, and Genetics.
Children’s Hospital of Michigan supports the medical education and training programs of Detroit Medical Center and Wayne State University. Academic opportunities are available as medical students, residents, and fellows rotate through the division.
Candidates must be BE/BC with an active Michigan license (or eligibility to obtain one). Pediatric Physiatry fellowship training is a plus. Candidates who have previous experience or a genuine interest/passion working with pediatric patients are also encouraged to apply.
Please submit your current CV for immediate consideration. All inquiries and personal information are kept strictly confidential.
Since 1886, the Children's Hospital of Michigan has been dedicated to providing the highest quality medical care to children and adolescents in a caring, efficient, and family-centered environment. A proud member of the Detroit Medical Center, the Children's Hospital of Michigan is the first and most experienced pediatric specialty hospital in the state and is internationally recognized for more tan 40 pediatric medical and surgical specialties/services that it offers.
The children's Hospital of Michigan has 228 licensed beds and is staffed by more than 2,000 employees. It has 517 physicians on the medical staff, including 323 pediatric specialists, and 680 pediatric-trained nurses. Of the 517 physicians on the medical staff, 185 are Wayne State University faculty physicians employed by University Pediatricians. The majority of the remaining physicians are in other smaller practice groups or are independent, with the exception of a small number of employed gastroenterologists, urologists, and surgeons.
The Department of Pediatrics at Wayne State University School of Medicine supports the teaching of residents, specialists, fellows, and medical students in training. More Michigan pediatricians are trained at Children's Hospital than at any other hospital in the state. Children's Hospital of Michigan is the third largest recipient of Children's Education funding in the country, which equates to $13 million annually. Ground breaking clinical, translational, and basic science research is also a major focus for the medical staff at the Hospital.
The combination of outstanding, high quality clinical care, teaching, and research has earned the Children's Hospital of Michigan to be ranked among the best in the country in eight pediatric specialties according to U.S. News & World Report's 2015-16 Best Children's Hospitals rankings. The Children's Hospital of Michigan is nationally ranked in Cardiology and Heart Surgery (#37), Nephrology (#41), Neurology and Neurosurgery (#24), and Orthopedisc.
Children's Hospital of Michigan includes an American College of Surgeons verified, freestanding Level I Pediatric Trauma Center and verified pediatric burn center. The hospital provides exceptional care, around the clock, to injured children and families from time of injury through recovery and rehabilitation. When pediatric patients need emergency transport, Children's Hospital of Michigan's PANDA One provides a dedicated pediatric and neonatal ambulance service and team. Children's Hospital of Michigan's emergency departments see 90,00 children each year.