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Pediatricians, HealthPartners - Sartell
Re-posted 4/3/18

We are actively recruiting exceptional part-time or full-time BC/BE pediatricians to join our primary care team in Sartell, MN. Our current primary care team includes family medicine, adult medicine, OB/GYN and pediatrics. Several other specialty services are also available onsite. Previous electronic medical record experience is preferred but not required. We use the Epic electronic medical record system at all of our clinics and admitting hospitals.

HealthPartners Medical Group continues to receive nationally recognized clinical performance and quality awards. We offer a competitive compensation and benefit package, paid malpractice and a commitment to providing exceptional patient-centered care. St Cloud/Sartell, MN is located just one hour north of the Twin Cities and offers a dynamic lifestyle in a growing community with a traditional appeal.

For more information, please contact diane.m.collins@healthpartners.com or call Diane at 952-883-5453, or 800-472-4695 x3.  Apply online at healthpartners.com/careers Job ID# 45587.  EOE


General Pediatrician, Children's Minneapolis Clinic, Children's Minnesota
Posted 3/14/18

Children's of Minnesota is one of the ten largest children’s health care organizations in the U.S., with 428 staffed beds at our two hospital campuses in St. Paul and Minneapolis offering pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties.  

We are a full service, acute care system offering a full spectrum of pediatric services, except for solid organ and bone marrow transplant.  With over 14,000 admissions a year, over 90,000 emergency department visits, 18,000 surgeries, and greater than 200,000 outpatient visits we offer an exciting and state of the art place to work.    

We are seeking an energetic BC/BE Pediatrician to work in a busy and exciting hospital based pediatric clinic, providing both out-patient and normal newborn nursery coverage. Out-patient clinic includes a very diverse population, both inner city and suburban, large immigrant and many non-English speaking patients. Many of our patients have complex health care needs.  Resident teaching in continuity clinic is also desirable for our physicians. Enjoy a predictable weekly schedule with rotating evening and Saturday AM Clinics.

Compensation and Benefits:  We offer a lucrative compensation package including a base Salary with incentive pay opportunities. Our comprehensive benefits package includes malpractice, health, dental, disability coverage, retirement plans, a solid CME package, PTO/CME time, and much more. 

Quality of Life:  Our physicians enjoy a quality of life that provides for a balance between work and personal life. Academic and research opportunities exist as well to provide our physicians with greater career development options.     

Interested? Contact:
Ryan Berreth, FASPR
Physician Recruitment      
Children’s of Minnesota                 
Office: (952) 992-5317                                           
Email:  Ryan.Berreth@childrensMN.org


Minneapolis Clinic Medical Director
Posted 1/3/18

The Medical Director role at Children’s has overall responsibility for ensuring that services and programs provided through the department or service line are patient and family focused, clinically appropriate, operationally efficient, and achieve effective patient outcomes. The focus of the Medical Director's administrative time will be spent developing and providing direction for the program (clinical services, clinical research, and education), including quality and safety leadership and improvement. Partners with administrative dyad partner for financial and administrative management of the service line. The role will coordinate clinicians associated with the department or service line, clinician consultants, and leaders of associated programs or units. The role will also monitor and support the clinical skills and involvement of professional staff associated with the department or service line and will cause such skills and involvement to be increased or expanded as appropriate to meet current and future needs.

Qualifications:

  • Physician licensed in the State of Minnesota.
  • Board certified in pediatrics or the appropriate practice specialty by the applicable certifying authority.
  • Minimum 5 years experience as a practicing physician.
  • Leadership experience and familiarity with quality improvement work, safety initiatives, systems-based practice, patient-centered care.

Responsibilities:

Physician- Specific Responsibilities

  • Ensures adequate service coverage provided by Children’s clinicians and contracted clinicians as applicable.
  • Advises the Chief of General Pediatrics using supportive data regarding appropriate levels of staffing of clinicians and recruitment or development needs with special areas of expertise.
  • Provides guidance and support for employed clinicians who may encounter personal or professional obstacles to the attainment of optimal professional performance.
  • Addresses all concerns arising related to clinician behavior and Children’s Values or Professional Staff expectations.
  • Directly supports recruitment, hiring, and supervision of clinicians.
  • Coordinates with the Chief of General Pediatrics appropriate group goals and individual clinician goals for the Physician Incentive Program.
  • Participates as necessary in physician alignment activities related to department services.
  • Serves on such committees as the Chief of General Pediatrics may reasonably request from time to time.
  • Keeps informed with respect to new clinical knowledge, and support introduction of evidence-based changes to improve patient care.
  • Respond to and resolves complaints from family or staff.
  • Models Children’s values in a consistent and reliable manner.
  • Participates in philanthropic meetings for the division.

For more information please contact Ryan.Berreth@childrensmn.org or 952-992-5317.


Medical Director, Children’s Minnesota Hospital Medicine Program
Re-posted 1/3/18

Children’s Minnesota is seeking a Medical Director to join Children’s Hospital Medicine Program. The Medical Director role at Children’s has overall responsibility for ensuring that services and programs provided through the department or service line are patient and family focused, clinically appropriate, operationally efficient, and achieve effective patient outcomes. The focus of the Medical Director's administrative time will be spent developing and providing direction for the program (clinical services, clinical research, and education), including quality and safety leadership and improvement. Partners with administrative dyad partner for financial and administrative management of the service line. The role will coordinate clinicians associated with the department or service line, clinician consultants, and leaders of associated programs or units. The role will also monitor and support the clinical skills and involvement of professional staff associated with the department or service line and will increase or expand those resources as appropriate to meet current and future needs.

Children’s offers a lucrative compensation package including a base Salary with incentive pay opportunities. Our comprehensive benefits package includes malpractice, health, dental, disability coverage, retirement plans, a solid CME package, PTO/CME time, and much more.

For more information please contact Ryan.Berreth@childrensmn.org or 952-992-5317.


 




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