Open Rank Of Pediatrics, Neonatology Clinical Faculty
The Division of Neonatology at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, is seeking a full time Neonatologist to join the clinical team with the potential growth opportunity to be trained as the NICU medical director, based on previous experience in this role and demonstrated leadership. Salary and track will be commensurate with training and experience. This full-time position offers a competitive salary, and a rich retirement benefit program
The Division of Neonatology provides patient care in a culturally diverse, family-centered 52 bed Level IV NICU in a beautiful Children’s Hospital. The night coverage is provided by an in-house NNP/PA team and neonatal fellows, with close supervision by the attending neonatologist. The Division is the only Level IV NICU in the state of New Mexico, with one of the largest Hispanic and Native American populations in North America. As the premier medical center in the state, we offer a full-service NICU facility, an ECMO program, a high-risk perinatal unit, air and ground transport that services the entire state, a fully accredited fellowship program, and a sophisticated developmental care follow-up program. The UNM is a nationally recognized leader in medical education and a major center for health care and research.
New Mexico’s rich cultural and linguistic diversity make it a fascinating and wonderful place to live and work. Situated along the beautiful Sandia Mountains and traversed by the Rio Grande, Albuquerque is New Mexico’s largest city, with a growing population in the greater metropolitan area now exceeding 900,000. Albuquerque is a four-season city with elevation ranging from 4900-6700 feet, and enjoys year-round sunshine and moderate climate. The city is famous for its diverse cultures, New Mexican cuisine, unique architecture, and proximity to unlimited outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, snow skiing, fishing and golfing. New Mexico’s great natural beauty and rich cultures have earned the designation “Land of Enchantment.”