Department of Pediatrics
Interventional Pediatric Cardiologist #1010580
The Department of Pediatrics of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is seeking a pediatric cardiologist to join our team of 19 clinicians and basic scientists, based at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
We seek to recruit an interventional pediatric cardiologist to join two full time faculty members (Drs. David Balzer and Jessica Tang) and one part time faculty member (Dr. Ramzi Nicolas). The program offers the full range of interventional procedures. We are involved in multiple device trials and provide cutting edge cardiac care. We are currently in the planning stages for new cardiac cath labs with state of the art facilities planned.
The ideal candidate must be eligible for licensure in Missouri, be board certified (or eligible) in pediatric cardiology, and have had advanced training in pediatric cardiac interventions. Candidates will be considered at the Assistant, Associate or Professor level.
Washington University School of Medicine is consistently ranked as one of the best medical schools in the country, and is a longstanding leader in funding for pediatric research. St. Louis Children’s Hospital is a 400 bed free-standing children’s hospital established in 1879. The St. Louis Children’s and Washington University Heart Center includes an active surgical program, a 16-bed Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, and one of the nation’s largest pediatric heart failure and heart transplantation programs.
Board certified/eligible in Pediatric Cardiology with satisfactory completion of 3 year categorical pediatric cardiology fellowship and at least 1 additional year of pediatric interventional cardiology training.
Ideal candidate will have at least 3-5 years of post-fellowship experience
For further details please contact:
David Balzer, MD
425 S Euclid
NWT 8th floor MSC 8116-43-08
St. Louis, MO 63110
David Balzer, MD
No end date
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