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Pediatric Hospitalist - St. Louis

Pediatric Hospitalist - St. Louis

Requisition ID 
2015-705475
Category 
Pediatrics - Hospitalist
Position Type 
Full Time
Shift(s) 
Days
Department 
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Location 
US-MO-Saint Louis

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Come grow with Mercy Kids!

 

Mercy Children’s Hospital in St. Louis is seeking a Pediatric Hospitalist to join the established program within our affiliated Mercy Clinic.

 

About Mercy Children’s Hospital:

  • Over 165 beds in our children’s tower, including pediatrics, PICU, Level III NICU and behavioral health units.
  • 22,000 pediatric emergency visits annually in our modern12-bed unit.
  • 24-hour in-house neonatology and pediatric hospitalist coverage.
  • 175 pediatric providers on staff with over 80 fellowship trained pediatric specialists.
  • Over 1,250 NICU admissions annually in the only Level III NICU in St. Louis County.
  • Active child life program in our hospital & pediatric emergency department.
  • Member of Children’s Hospital Association.

 

 This Position Offers:

  • Integrated health system, including highly competitive compensation.
  • Comprehensive benefits, including health, dental, vacation and CME.
  • Relocation assistance and professional liability coverage.
  • Variety in schedule with no beeper call.

 

Making a Difference

Mercy, named one of the top five largest U.S. health systems in 2017 by Truven, is comprised of 44 hospitals, employing 40,000 co-workers and more than 3,500 Mercy Clinic Physicians. Mercy is named a top American employer by Forbes magazine, ranking 108 among 500 employers in the U.S. and spanning 25 industries.

 

Become a part of our legacy and help us build a healthier future.

 

 

For more information, contact:

Lisa Hauck, MBA | Senior Physician Recruiter

314-364-3840 | fax: 314-364-2597

lisa.hauck@mercy.net | mercy.net

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