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Department of Pediatrics

Peds Hospitalist Medicine


Commensurate w/Experience

Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine Faculty Member - Posting #1010954

The Division of Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine is seeking applicants for faculty positions. Candidates should be board certified/eligible in General Pediatrics and need not be certified in Pediatric Hospital Medicine.  PHM faculty are clinician educators at the main academic center and community hospitals within the metro St. Louis area. These hospitals are St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Progress West Hospital, Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Barnes Jewish Hospital, Memorial Hospital-Belleville and Memorial Hospital-East, and any other current or future contracted facilities. We are recruiting for all ranks Instructors/Assistant Professors/ Associate Professors/Professors.   

Washington University School of Medicine ranks among the top medical schools in the country, and St. Louis Children’s Hospital is  nationally recognized as a leader in pediatric healthcare. The 455-bed pediatric hospital includes a 77 bed pediatric ICU, and a 150 bed neonatal ICU. The hospital offers comprehensive services in every pediatric and medical subspecialty, serving a diverse patient population in the St. Louis metropolitan area and primary service region covering six states. The Pediatric Hospitalist division covers a variety of services at St. Louis Children’s hospital including the general inpatient unit, ambulatory procedure center, after-hours sedation service and the pediatric ambulatory wound service. At our partner hospitals Missouri Baptist Medical Center and Progress West Hospital in Missouri, and Memorial Hospitals in Illinois, our division covers primarily the newborn services and emergency unit. Also at Barnes Jewish Hospital, we cover the well-baby nursery.

The Department of Pediatrics provides a supportive and intellectually stimulating environment for clinical practice, education and investigation, with unique opportunities for inter- and intra-departmental collaborations. The division supports faculty professional growth and leadership, as well as opportunities to develop expertise in QI, administration, medical education and research.  Salary and benefits are competitive.   

The St. Louis metropolitan area has approximately 2.8 million people, with diverse, beautiful urban and suburban neighborhoods and moderate cost of living. There are abundant cultural and recreational opportunities.  These include a world-class symphony orchestra, professional theater, and college and professional sports.  In addition, there are many parks (including the 1,300 acre Forest Park right across from the hospital) and trails for hiking, jogging and cycling.  Finally, St. Louis region offers outstanding public and private schools and a wide variety of child friendly attractions making it a wonderful place for families.


Board certified/eligible in Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine

Please visit our faculty jobs site at https://facultyopportunities.wustl.edu/ to submit your application under posting #

For more information, you may:

Contact Lisa Moscoso M.D., Ph.D. at lisamoscoso@wustl.edu

Visit our webpage at http://pediatrics.wustl.edu/hospitalists

Lisa Moscoso, M.D., Ph.D.



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