Cleveland Clinic Childrens Hospital invites applications for the opportunity of Director, Center for Pediatric Developmental Medicine at Cleveland Clinic Childrens Hospital for Rehabilitation. The selected professional will have the opportunity to lead the team of Developmental Pediatricians within a Developmental Pediatrics group at a freestanding rehabilitation facility dedicated to the care of children with chronic illness and disability.
The Director position is a leadership position responsible for all aspects of the Center including day to day clinical operations, research programs and the development of the Centers long term strategic vision and plan. Administratively, the Center Head reports to the Chair of the Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Institute.
Applicants must be Board Certified in Pediatrics and Board Certified/Board Eligible in Developmental- Behavioral Pediatrics. A faculty appointment at a rank commensurate with academic accomplishments is available at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. Ample research opportunities are available within the Lerner Research Institute. Cleveland Clinic physicians enjoy a collegial work environment within the framework of a large group practice, with a competitive salary enhanced by a very attractive benefits package.
Cleveland Clinic Childrens is consistently ranked as one of the best childrens hospitals in the United States by U.S. News & World Report and has 389 staffed beds, 25 of which are in our free-standing Childrens Hospital for Rehabilitation. The Childrens Hospital for Rehabilitation is the home of the nationally-renown Center for Autism, which includes a year-round school, and the ADHD Center for Evaluation and Treatment. The Childrens Therapy and Rehabilitation treatment and services includes inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation as well as a range of mental health services, including psychoeducational testing, evaluation and treatment of anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, coping with medical illness, habit reversal training, bipolar disorder, biofeedback, bereavement, anorexia, adjustment disorders, and autism. Our Developmental Pediatrics group consists of two developmental medicine physicians, a neurodevelopmental disabilities physician, nurse practitioners in developmental pediatrics, physiatrists, care managers, nurses, therapists, psychologists, social workers and other professionals in numerous disciplines. Additional information can be found online at www.ccf.org/childrens.
Michelle Marks, DO
Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Childrens Hospital for Rehabilitation
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