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The Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland is searching for a talented Inpatient Attending Physician (General Pediatrician or Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine Physician) for our growing neuro-rehabilitation inpatient programs. We are seeking a Pediatric Board eligible and/or certified physician to provide medical care to children and adolescents with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy (primarily post orthopedic surgery), epilepsy and other neurodevelopmental disabilities.
The Inpatient Pediatric Attending will be a member of an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary team of professionals that oversee the clinical, training and research segments of patient care. Responsibilities in addition to direct patient care and teaching medical trainees, includes coordination with other disciplines at Kennedy Krieger Institute, including speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, neuropsychologists, behavioral psychologists, child psychiatrists, and social workers to ensure that each patient is comprehensively evaluated and received the most appropriate treatment. Trainees on the inpatient unit include pediatric and physiatry residents, as well as pediatric physiatry, spinal cord injury, and neurodevelopmental disabilities fellows. The Institute’s academic environment also provides many opportunities for participation in clinical research.
Qualified applicants will be eligible for faculty appointment at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine as an Instructor, Assistant, Associate, or full Professor, depending upon qualifications.
Excellent salary and full benefits are offered, including partial college tuition remission for faculty member dependents (at any college) and tuition remission for faculty members, spouses and dependents for course work performed at the Johns Hopkins University and the Peabody Music Institute.
Kennedy Krieger Institute, located in downtown Baltimore, is a national leader in developmental disabilities and pediatric rehabilitation and transforms the lives of children with disorders of the brain through groundbreaking research, innovative treatments and life-changing education.
Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and CV via email to:
Mrs. Jocelyn Feller
Talent Acquisition Partner
Kennedy Krieger Institute
For more information about Kennedy Krieger Institute, please visit www.kennedykrieger.org
The Pediatric Neurologist will address the four major functions of the Institute: (1) patient care (2) teaching of child psychiatry residents and other trainees (3) research, and (4) administration, which will be guided by the goals and objectives of the of the Neurology and Developmental Medicine Department at Kennedy Krieger Institute. You will be responsible for providing care to children, adolescents, and adults with neurodevelopmental, musculoskeletal, and related disorders. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to, providing care within the neurology and developmental medicine programs at any of our locations. It is anticipated this may include further developing our continuum of patient care services at Johns Hopkins University Hospital inpatient and outpatient settings.
- Board-eligible/certified in Neurology.
- Experience in clinical neurophysiology preferred.
The Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland is searching for Board eligible and/or certified in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities or Developmental and Behavioral Pediatricians as faculty in the Center for Development and Learning. The Center for Development and Learning provides diagnostic evaluations and management of children and young adults who have problems in language development, attention, learning, behavior or school adjustment.
The faculty member will participate in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary clinical team of professionals that oversee the clinical, training and research segments of the Center. Responsibilities, in addition to direct patient care and teaching medical trainees, are coordination with other disciplines at Kennedy Krieger Institute, including speech and language pathologists, neuropsychologists, behavioral psychologists, child psychiatrists, neurogeneticists, genetic counselors, and social workers to ensure that each patient is comprehensively evaluated and received the most appropriate treatment.