Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology (PAG) Faculty in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Washington University School of Medicine
Clinical responsibilities include participation in the gynecologic care of pediatric and adolescent patients at Washington University Hospitals, outpatient clinics and coverage for in-patient and emergency department consults at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. The faculty member will be an active participant in the clinical, research and academic services in the Division of PAG, including teaching responsibilities for Washington University medical students, residents, and fellows. This is primarily a clinical position, but academic rigor in the field of pediatric and adolescent gynecology research is encouraged. The pediatric and adolescent gynecology division at Washington University is a well-established entity with recent growth and development of our full academic program inclusive of several multidisciplinary specialty clinics including clinics for patient with heavy menstrual bleeding, differences of sexual development, gender dysphoria and those undergoing pediatric oncologic therapies for fertility preservation and evaluation of gynecologic late effects.Candidates may also participate in the clinical care of young adult gynecology patients.
Founded in 1879, St. Louis Children's Hospital is one of the premier children's hospitals in the United States and the oldest pediatric hospital west of the Mississippi river. The hospital provides a full range of pediatric services to the St. Louis metropolitan area and a primary service region covering six states. As the pediatric teaching hospital for Washington University School of Medicine, the hospital offers nationally recognized programs for physician training and research. St. Louis Children's Hospital is recognized as one of America's top children's hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.
Applicants should be board certified or board eligible in both Obstetrics and Gynecology, and possess excellent clinical, surgical, interpersonal, and teaching skills. Candidates should have completed a fellowship in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology or have demonstrated significant clinical experience and expertise to be considered acceptable candidates for this position. ABOG focused practice designation in pediatric and adolescent gynecology preferred for those eligible.
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