The Society of Pediatric Cardiology Training Program Directors

Posted: December 20, 2019

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The University of Iowa/Stead Family Children's Hospital Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship program has an unexpected opening for a first year fellow, starting in July, 2020.  Our program is the largest tertiary care Pediatric Cardiology program in Iowa, serving a population of over 3 million.  We have a dedicated cardiovascular ICU within the pediatric ICU, and have an active Pediatric heart transplant program. We provide excellent training in all modalities of Pediatric Cardiology. There are currently five fellow positions for the three years of training.  In addition to receiving outstanding clinical training, there are extraordinary research opportunities offered throughout the University system that are available to our fellows. We currently have 10 full time pediatric cardiologists and three full-time pediatric congenital heart surgeons that are extremely dedicated to teaching and we are rapidly expanding due to increasing clinical volume.

Eligibility Criteria

·       Graduate of a medical school located in the United States or Canada, accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME)

·       Graduate of an international medical school located outside the United States and Canada who holds a current, valid certificate issued by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates.

Our program requires that applicants have completed three years of an accredited general pediatric training program. All fellows must be eligible to have an Iowa medical license when starting the fellowship.

Interested applicants should submit:

1). A letter of interest
2). Curriculum vitae.
3). Three letters of recommendation.
4).  USMLE Steps I, II and III scores.
5).  Medical School Performance evaluation (Dean's letter).
6).  Name and contact information for the residency (and fellowship, if applicable) program director.
7).  Potential research interests.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by email to and send the above information with the letter of interest to myself ( or Dr. Ravi Ashwath (

For more information about the program please visit our website: []

Posted December 20, 2019

The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, affiliated with the Children’s Hospital of New Mexico, is seeking a full-time Pediatric Cardiologists at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor in the Division of Pediatric Cardiology. Salary, level, and track will be commensurate with training and experience. Candidates must be board certified or board eligible in Pediatric Cardiology and with potential for a career in academic medicine. A good balance of clinical and teaching experience awaits the successful candidate in this tertiary care pediatric practice.  

This is an excellent opportunity for your graduating fellows and colleagues with interest in the South West region of United States. The ideal candidate is expected to have great clinical and teaching skills. Medical license eligibility in New Mexico and authorized to work in the U.S. are a must.  Interest in Clinical or basic science research is highly desirable but not required. Applicants with transesophageal and fetal echocardiography skills, or with ability to manage post-operative cardiac infants and neonates are desired.  Those with a focus on outpatient cardiology and outreach are also strongly encouraged to apply. Excellent mentoring will be made available to early and mid-career faculty members. Opportunities for growth in cardiac imaging, and other aspects of non-invasive pediatric cardiology are available.

The UNM program has had the largest adult with congenital heart disease program in the State, the only medical school, and pediatric residency program in the area. We are seeking a pediatric cardiologists to help with the clinical, teaching, and research needs.  The Children’s Hospital of New Mexico is a 143-bed facility. It is the only academic pediatric hospital in the State of New Mexico with a 20 bed PICU and a 36 bed NICU, and the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the State.  The UNM Health Sciences Center (UNM HSC) and Medical School are dedicated to medical education, research, and health care as a service commitment to the community. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Board Certified/Board Eligible in Pediatric Cardiology
  • Eligible to be licensed in the State of New Mexico
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated excellence as a general clinical pediatric cardiologist
  • Record of Teaching Experience
  • Additional experience or training in non-invasive imaging is desirable

The position will remain open until filled.   A complete application must contain a cover letter, CV and a list of three (3) references.  This position is subject to criminal records screening in accordance with New Mexico law and clearance by the New Mexico Department of Health is required as a condition of employment. 

The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and Educator.

Regents' Policy Manual - Section 6.7: Disclosure of Information about Candidates for Employment, which includes information about public disclosure of documents submitted by applicants, is located at

Interested applicants must apply for this position via UNMJobs website  and refer to Req6807. For additional information, you may contact Jon Love, MD Department of Pediatrics, University of New Mexico, MSC10 5590, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001, Email:

Posted: December 20, 2019

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Section on Cardiology & Cardiothoracic Surgery (SOCCS)

Early Career Physician (ECP) Workgroup Member


The SOCCS executive committee created an ECP workgroup with the following charges:

  • To gain greater involvement of ECP pediatric cardiologists into AAP & AAP SOCCS activities;
  • To develop annual educational programming for the SOCCS H-program at the NCE that is tailored to ECP pediatric cardiologists;
  • Promoting mentorship between ECP and pediatric cardiology faculty at different programs;
  • Collaborate with SPCTPD, ACC, AHA, and ABP to create an electronic repository for nation-wide job openings and other faculty opportunities;
  • To provide, through the AAP SOCCS website, a centralized site to house all information that serves to optimize the professional development of ECP pediatric cardiologists;
  • To create programming and opportunities to promote the leadership development among ECP pediatric cardiologists.

Job Description & Responsibilities

The workgroup will hold regular conference calls (generally monthly, 30-60 minutes) to develop new initiatives and provide updates for ongoing work. Workgroup members will meet at AAP conferences as applicable (and if present). Deadlines will be created on an individualized basis for each project. Typical time commitment is approximately 2 hours/month.  Our expectation is that committee members:

  • will make 50% of calls for the year
  • actively engaged in at least one committee project
  • especially if unable to make a call, respond via email to group discussions

Calls will alternate between daytime and evening calls every other month            

Term: Two years with the ability for reappointment (see process below). Term starts after appointment and lasts until the next National Conference and Exhibition (NCE).

Qualifications: Must be a member in good standing of National AAP and the SOCCS. ECP workgroup members must have completed training within the past 10 years at the time of initial appointment to the committee. The ideal candidate is within 7 years of training.

Appointment Process
1.      Interested candidates should submit a nomination to Vivian Thorne ( SOCCS Section Manager. Nominations should include a CV and brief statement of interest, specifying .
2.      The SOCCS Executive Committee, in conjunction with the current ECP workgroup members, will select new members for the open position(s).
3.      Eligible to be re-appointed two 1-years terms, at the discretion of the workgroup SOCCS Executive Committee and ECP workgroup Co-Chairs (i.e. maximum of 4 years).

Posted 11/22/2019 

The Department of Pediatrics, Division of Congenital Cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) invites applications for full-time appointment as an Assistant in Pediatrics or Assistant Pediatrician to join a multidisciplinary team of researchers and clinicians. The successful candidate will have earned an M.D. or M.D. / Ph.D. or equivalent and be BC/BE in Pediatric Cardiology. 

Strong clinical demand in our congenital cardiology program offers exciting opportunities to participate in the care of pediatric cardiology patients.  We offer a position with an emphasis on the outpatient care of patients, performance and interpretation of trans-thoracic echocardiograms and the interpretation of electrocardiograms, holter and event monitors.  The clinical role incorporates management of the postoperative cardiac surgical and catheterization patients, heart failure management and inpatient cardiac consultation.  The candidate will be joining our hospital and clinic based Pediatric Cardiology group of seven academic and collegial pediatric cardiologist faculty members.

The candidate’s primary focus will be as a clinician/educator, with the potential for involvement in clinical research. Particular interest is in recruitment of individuals with expertise and interest in epidemiology, clinical effectiveness, informatics and/or translational science.  Academic rank as Instructor or Assistant Professor, salary and benefits will be commensurate with qualifications, achievements and training.

Pediatric Cardiology at MGH seeks candidates whose experience, teaching, research and community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to excellence and diversity.  Collaboration with other pediatric subspecialists including the neonatal intensive care unit, pediatric intensive care unit, genetics, ENT, pediatric surgery and pediatric ECMO program, provides an enriching clinical, academic and research experience. 

Interested candidates should submit a curriculum vitae and a one page narrative of clinical, teaching and research interests to:

Oscar Benavidez, M.D.
Chief, Division of Pediatric Congenital Cardiology

Massachusetts General Hospital
Department of Pediatrics
55 Fruit Street
CPZS 5-510
Boston, MA 02114

Attn:  Yocelin Cordones

Electronic submission to is strongly encouraged.

Posted 7/24/2019

The Department of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin is seeking a fully trained pediatric/congenital interventional cardiologist in the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin at an Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor level. 

Experience is preferred, but we will also accept applications from those more recently completing their training. The catheterization program functions in a newly built and state of the art cath suite (with a 2
nd lab in construction) and performs a full complement of interventional procedures, including an active transcatheter valve implantation program. There are two full-time interventional MD’s and an advanced practice provider on the team. The interventionalists also participate in our inpatient service and maintain an outpatient clinic. Learn more here.

Posted 7/24/2019

Loma Linda University Children's Health

Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group, Division of Pediatric Cardiology is seeking a board eligible/board certified non-invasive pediatric cardiologist for a clinical faculty position at the assistant to associate level, with special interest and expertise in echocardiography and non-invasive imaging. Additional training or experience in non-invasive imaging, particularly fetal echocardiography is preferred. The Division of Pediatric Cardiology consists of 9 faculty members in the fields of non-invasive imaging, cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology, advanced cardiac support and transplant, and pulmonary hypertension.   

Requisite skills include interpretation of transthoracic, transesophageal, and fetal echocardiograms. Academic appointment will be at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. Clinical responsibilities will include ambulatory and inpatient cardiology consultations as well as fetal cardiology consultations. Academic responsibilities will include clinical research and/or quality improvement work, and teaching of fellows, residents, medical students, and sonographers. Learn more here

Posted 7/24/2019


The Division of Pediatric Cardiology in the Department of Pediatrics, at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is seeking a Pediatric Electrophysiologist to join our Division. The candidate must be board-eligible or certified in Pediatric Cardiology by the American Board of Pediatrics and have a fourth year of additional training in pediatric cardiac electrophysiology. An experienced candidate with leadership skills is desirable, to work in concert with the Division Chief in program development.  We are also seeking a Pediatric Cardiologist with additional training in Advanced Imaging to join our Division. The candidate must be board-eligible or certified in Pediatric Cardiology by the American Board of Pediatrics and have a fourth year of additional training in pediatric cardiac advanced imaging. An experienced candidate is desirable, but appropriately trained candidates at all levels will be considered. Learn more here or contact: Arman Razavipour, MBA, Physician Recruiter

Posted 7/24/2019

Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent (PMCH) has an opportunity for a BE/BC Pediatric Cardiologist in Indianapolis with expertise in non-invasive imaging and clinical care. This is a general pediatric cardiology position that will support maternal-fetal medicine, pediatric surgery, neonatology, PICU and a pediatric hospitalist program.  Interested candidates can learn more here or contact Seth Turner, Physician Recruiter 317-338-6064

Posted 3/27/2019

Cincinnati Childrens

Pediatric Cardiology Position

The Division of Pediatric Cardiology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is recruiting a board certified/eligible pediatric cardiologist to provide out-patient services in our Western Kentucky offices. Candidates will have completed their Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship, and may have completed an additional year of relevant sub-specialty training (e.g. advanced imaging, fetal cardiology), but the latter is not mandatory. The practice cares for a large Spanish-speaking population, and so ability to speak Spanish would be desirable. The successful candidate will join a team of 2 full time and 1 part time cardiologists, and will also have the opportunity to work closely with the team in Cincinnati, depending on individual interests. The Heart Institute at Children’s Hospital provides complex cardiac care to the entire spectrum of congenital and acquired heart disease with excellent subspecialty expertise in electrophysiology, heart failure and transplant, advanced imaging, cardiac intensive care and adult congenital heart disease. This growing and dynamic program performed over 700 cardiac surgeries in 2017-18, helping children from all over the United States and Internationally.

Interested candidates should contact Dr Andrew Redington, Division Head, by email:

Posted 3/21/2019

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The Keck School of Medicine (KSOM) of the University of Southern California (USC) and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) in the Department of Pediatrics in the Division of Cardiology, are actively seeking a full time faculty member for the position of an attending pediatric cardiologist faculty, with specialization in Noninvasive Imaging, at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics.

Candidates should be academically committed and clinically trained in noninvasive pediatric cardiac imaging, with expertise in the performance and interpretation of pediatric transthoracic, transesophageal, and fetal echocardiography; they should have a broad exposure to, and familiarity with, congenital and acquired cardiac diseases. This opportunity is primarily focused on junior or mid-level faculty with skills and experience in all of the aforementioned areas, although suitably trained candidates will be considered pending completion of a 4th year imaging fellowship.

To find out more, go here...

Posted: 2/7/2019

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Third Year Cardiology Fellow with Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Children’s Hospital of Michigan has a positio
n for a 3rd year Cardiology Fellow starting July 2019.  We are a large, urban Children’s Hospital that provides extensive hands on training in all facets of Pediatric Cardiology including Fetal and TEE echocardiography, interventional catheterization, electrophysiology, heart failure, transplant, pulmonary hypertension, preventive  and critical care cardiology. Contact Dr. Ross at:

Robert D. Ross, M.D.
Director of Fellowship Programs and Director of the Pulmonary Hypertension Program
Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Professor of Pediatrics, Wayne State University School of Medicine

Pediatric Interventional Cardiology Opportunity with Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Tenet Healthcare and University Pediatricians are actively seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Pediatric Interventional Cardiologist to join the established program at The Carman and Ann Adams Department of Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan. This will be a full-time, employed opportunity located in Detroit, MI.

The successful candidate must be eligible to obtain licensure in the state of Michigan and will join 20 other pediatric cardiologists. Drawing from a population of approximately 5 million people in Southeast Michigan, the division provides about 7,500 outpatient visits, 9,000+ echocardiograms, 700 cardiac catheterizations, and 200+ cardiac MRI procedures annually. There is an active telemedicine program interpreting 1,300+ echocardiograms at outside institutions. Inpatient work is performed in Children’s Hospital of Michigan, the only free-standing children’s hospital in Michigan. In addition, there are numerous opportunities for clinical, translational, and basic science research. An interest in academics is required as resident/fellow teaching are to be expected. Salary will be commensurate with training and experience.

If interested, please send a copy of your current CV to:
Melanie Yenchai
Senior Physician Sourcing Specialist
Phone: 469-418-4590


All inquiries and personal information are kept confidential. Please note that we no longer have any J-1 waivers available for 2019.

Posted: 1/28/2019

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General Pediatric Cardiology Faculty Position

The University of Washington School of Medicine, and Seattle Children’s Hospital are pleased to announce that we are accepting candidates for a faculty position as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics within the Department of Pediatrics and Division of Pediatric Cardiology. The successful candidate will be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Pediatric Cardiology, and will have interest in developing their career in general inpatient and outpatient pediatric cardiology, with an emphasis on further developing our Acute Care Cardiology Service.  Other clinical, educational and scholarly interests and skills are encouraged, and would be looked upon favorably.  For further information regarding Seattle Children’s Hospital and the Heart Center, this can be found at:

If interested in being considered for this position, we ask candidates to submit their CV as well as two letters of recommendation by February 1, 2019.  These materials should be send electronically to:

Janna Hendrickson
Seattle Children’s Hospital
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Heart Center
M/S RC.2.820
Seattle, WA 98105

Questions in regards to this position can be forwarded to:
Mark Lewin, M.D.
Thomas Bradley Armstrong Endowed Chair in Pediatric Cardiology
Professor and Chief | Division of Pediatric Cardiology
University of Washington School of Medicine
Co-Director | Heart Center
Seattle Children’s Hospital
OFFICE 206-987-6993

OFFICE   4800 Sand Point Way NE
MAIL M/S RC.2.820, PO Box 5371, Seattle, WA 98105

Seattle Children’s complies with applicable federal and other civil rights laws and does not discriminate, exclude people or treat them differently based on race, color, religion (creed), sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin (ancestry), age, disability, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

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Post-Doctoral Training in Promoting Equity in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease

Overview: The Steve Hicks School of Social Work and the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin are recruiting two postdoctoral fellows through a T32 award from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). The goal of the postdoctoral training program is to increase diversity in behavioral, population, and implementation science research to promote health equity in cardiovascular and pulmonary disease. The program will enhance inter-professional education efforts already underway at UT Austin with involvement from mentors across the Schools of Social Work, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health, the Population Research Center, and the College of Pharmacy. This is a two-year fellowship, contingent upon satisfactory progress, with a start date of 8/15/19 (an earlier start date, however, is negotiable).

Postdoctoral fellows will further their research and training agendas through formal mentorship and coursework, seminars, conferences, and other career development activities. Each fellow will have a primary mentor assisted by other mentors in a team approach. They will work with established investigators on research projects and be expected to prepare and submit manuscripts for publication, present at local and national conferences, and develop and submit at least one grant proposal by the end of the fellowship term. Fellows will be trained in community-based participatory research methods and population health science. They will implement evidence based interventions and/or produce scientific evidence with the ultimate goal of increasing health equity in heart and lung diseases, including their behavioral risk factors. Dell Medical School is uniquely designed to promote population health while the Steve Hicks School of Social Work is rooted in an equity lens and has a strong community-based focus; furthermore, the Schools have an established and successful partnership.

Eligibility: Individuals underrepresented in health-related sciences (African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, Hawaiian Natives, natives of the U.S. Pacific Islands, individuals with physical or mental disabilities, first generation college graduates) are eligible to apply for the fellowship. All applicants must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States at the time of application. Applicants are required to possess an MD or a PhD in a relevant discipline, or be enrolled in an accredited doctoral degree program and fulfill all degree requirements prior to program entry.

Fellows will annually receive a $60,000 stipend, health insurance, tuition, and a travel/professional development allowance of $3,400.

Application process: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and require a cover letter; curriculum vitae; two-page (single-space) statement describing research interests and experience, eligibility, training needs, & career plans; three letters of recommendation, and a writing sample (published manuscript or manuscript draft) sent directly:

Catherine Cubbin, PhD
Professor & Associate Dean for Research
Steve Hicks School of Social Work
University of Texas at Austin

Bill Tierney, MD
Chair, Department of Population Health
Dell Medical School
University of Texas at Austin
Steve Hicks School of Social Work:
Dell Medical School:

The Steve Hicks School of Social Work is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.

The Penn State Health Children's Hospital, is offering an exciting physician opportunity for a Pediatric Cardiologist – Advance Imaging Specialist at our Hershey campus.

What We're Offering:

·         Rank will be commensurate with experience.

·         You will be joining a group of 12 pediatric cardiologists, 5 physician assistants, and 3 pediatric cardiology fellows.

·         Shared responsibility for night and weekend call.

·         Shared ward responsibility.

·         MRI – Shared responsibility for 2 days per week between 3 advanced imaging physicians.

·         TEE – Shared responsibility for OR (4 days per week) and interventional Cath lab (1 day per week) between 4 advanced imaging physicians.

·         Fetal echos – shared responsibility between 6 physicians.

·         Advanced imaging service – shared responsibilities for remote echos from telemedicine and independent PA clinics, and a portion of inpatient echos between 4 physicians.

·         Participation in resident and medical student education.

·         Ability to maintain or pursue clinical research.

·         Join a high quality program with a national reputation for teaching, research and state of the art patient care.

·         Interaction with dynamic clinicians and an outstanding array of cutting edge researchers at both University Park and Hershey campuses.

·         Competitive salary, generous benefits and the ability to become part of the collegial faculty of Penn State Health Pediatrics.

What We're Seeking:

·         Must be BC/BE in Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology.

·         Have completed or currently be enrolled in a Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship.

·         Outstanding patient care qualities.

·         A strong or growing track record of scholarship, and a deep commitment to excellence in education.

Area Highlights Include:

Hershey is a suburban community of 20,000 in a metropolitan area of 400,000 in one of the fastest growing regions in the state. Penn State Children's Hospital at the Hershey Medical Center is approximately twelve miles from Harrisburg, the state capital, and is one of the largest employers in the Commonwealth.

Interested applicants, please contact Patty Shipton, FASPR, at

The Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce. EOE-AA-M/F/D/V. All individuals (including current employees) selected for a position will undergo a background check appropriate for the position's responsibilities.



As a top-tier academic medical center, UNC Children’s upholds a four-tiered mission to “CARE,” aligning clinical care, advocacy, research, and education to deliver world-class family-centered care. The North Carolina Children’s Hospital is the clinical home of UNC Children’s which has 150 inpatient beds including: 64-bed inpatient unit, 8-bed Children’s Intermediate Care Center, 58-bed Newborn Critical Care Center and a 20-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Our multidisciplinary experts work in satellite clinics across the state and deliver state of the art tertiary care at UNC Children’s.

The Department of Pediatrics at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine is recruiting at an open rank, fixed term clinical faculty position for the Division of Pediatric Cardiology. We are seeking a faculty member to join our Division to augment our team of interventional cardiologists in the expansion of subspecialty services. The successful candidate will have completed a 4th year of subspecialty training in interventional cardiology. Their role will include performing diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization procedures for children and adults with congenital heart disease. In addition, the candidate will also be expected to contribute in non-invasive imaging interpretation, inpatient and peri-operative pediatric cardiology, and general outpatient screening in satellite locations. An early career leadership role in the pediatric cardiac catheterization laboratory is possible. Clinical research and quality improvement interests will be encouraged and the faculty member will participate in the education of medical students and house staff.

For consideration, apply online at with CV and cover letter to Timothy M. Hoffman, MD, Division Chief, Pediatric Cardiology, UNC Children’s 101 Manning Drive, CB # 7232, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7232 or via electronic mail at

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.


The UVA Physicians Group seeks applicants for our Pediatric Cardiology opportunity to join our practice with UVA Children’s Hospital Specialty Clinic in Winchester, VA. We currently have (1) additional Pediatric Cardiologist in the practice with office hours M-F 8 am-5 pm. This is a 100% outpatient clinical position. You will have the opportunity to be associated with a well-respected, academic hospital- UVA, and the opportunity for a non-paid faculty appointment. 

The Physicians Group is a distinct organization from the University of Virginia, the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, and the UVA Medical Center, and works collaboratively with these partners that make up the UVA Health System to provide high-quality patient care. Our physicians serve patients at the main UVA Medical Center in Charlottesville and throughout Central Virginia, including Culpeper, Richmond, Winchester, and additional future openings throughout Virginia.

UVA Physicians Group offers competitive salaries and substantial benefits packages. Compensation is incentive based on work relative value units (wRVU) personally generated by the physician with an initial income salary guarantee for 12-24 months.


1.    Graduate of an accredited medical school with degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). 

2.    Completion of an accredited fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology. 

3.    Active Board Certification in Pediatrics with sub-specialty certification in Pediatric Cardiology (if newly graduated from residency, must be obtained within 2 years of graduation). 

4.    Unrestricted license to practice within the Commonwealth of Virginia.

5.    Current DEA certificate without restriction.

6.    PALS or NRP, ACLS required.

For additional information related to the position, please contact:

Ellen Gilliland (

Office: 434-970-2489 or cell: 434-282-5854

Questions can also be directed to Dr. Tom L’Ecuyer, Division Chief, Pediatric Cardiology, University of Virginia.



Pediatric Electrophysiologist

The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine seeks a Director of Pediatric Electrophysiology to join the Division of Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology at The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center of the Johns Hopkins Hospital.  The applicant must be board certified/eligible in pediatric cardiology, have completed advanced training in electrophysiology, and be an active practicing pediatric electrophysiologist, with experience as an independent operator.  The rank of this position is at the level of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor, based on qualifications and academic achievements. The candidate will be responsible for all aspects of pediatric electrophysiology, including ablation and device implantation and outpatient management of pacemakers/ICDs and arrhythmias, as well as some general cardiology inpatient and outpatient duties. 

Johns Hopkins has four shared state-of-the-art electrophysiology labs, with CARTO, Ensite and Rhythmia mapping systems all available. A hybrid interventional suite is available for extractions. Many collaborative opportunities are available between Pediatric and Adult Electrophysiology, including shared Cardiac Genetic Counselors, a joint ARVC program, laboratory collaboration, and research.

Adult Congenital Heart Disease

The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine seeks an Adult Congenital Heart Disease cardiologist to join the Division of Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology at The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center of the Johns Hopkins Hospital.  The applicant must be board certified/eligible in ACHD.  The rank of this position is at the level of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor, based on qualifications and academic achievements. The successful applicant will direct our Adult Congenital heart Disease service, a developing joint pediatric and adult cardiology program. 


The ACHD program in the Bloomberg Children’s Center is a medium-sized program with excellent imaging, electrophysiology, heart failure and pulmonary hypertension support. The ideal candidate would continue to develop the program into a nationally recognized presence. A strong commitment to the trilogy of clinical care, teaching and research is required.

Interested candidates should forward their CV to:

Jane E. Crosson, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Taussig Heart Center – M2201

Bloomberg Children’s Center

1800 Orleans Street

Baltimore, MD 21287


Pediatric Cardiac Step-Down Unit Cardiologist

The Congenital Heart Collaborative (TCHC), an affiliation between University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital (Cleveland OH) and Nationwide Children’s Hospital (Columbus OH) heart programs, seeks candidates at all professorial levels for a faculty position in the Division of Cardiology at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. The candidate would join a multidisciplinary team of academic cardiologists, nurse practitioners, cardiac nurses and allied healthcare professionals providing care within a dedicated cardiac step-down unit and the hospital-wide consultative service. The candidate must be a strong patient care advocate with excellent clinical skills. The physician would work closely with the team members of our Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery, and the Division of Pediatric Cardiology to ensure effective care delivery and a safe transition of care in the hospital setting. The candidate will have opportunities to participate in quality improvement, clinical research, and education of medical students, residents, and cardiology fellows. Candidates must be board eligible or certified in pediatric cardiology. Candidates with past experience or a demonstrated clinical focus on in-patient services are preferred. The candidates would be well-supported at a world-class children’s hospital that has over 60 years of experience in the care of pediatric and adult congenital heart disease patients; an outstanding educational and research enterprise at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and an internationally recognized program partner with the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Heart Center. TCHC is a dedicated service line with a common executive administration and functions as one program on two campuses with the commitment to expand access to highquality comprehensive cardiac care regardless of patient age to the communities we serve while equally embracing a scholarly and educational mission. TCHC provide excellent cardiothoracicsurgical, cardiac interventional, electrophysiologic, and non-invasive services. The candidate would be immediately accountable to the Cardiology Division Chief and to TCHC medical leadership.

Please send letter and curriculum vitae to:

Christopher Snyder, MD

Division Chief of Pediatric Cardiology

Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital,

Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities/females/veterans/ individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.

Pediatric Cardiac Intensivist

The Congenital Heart Collaborative (TCHC), an affiliation between University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital (Cleveland OH) and Nationwide Children’s Hospital (Columbus OH) heart programs, seeks candidates at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank for a faculty position in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in the role of Pediatric Cardiac Intensivist. Candidates should have dual training in Pediatric Critical Care and Cardiology, or Pediatric Critical Care with an additional year of Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care training. The successful candidate will be expected to perform at the highest level, with dedicated clinical service and night call in the Pediatric CTICU. The candidate will also have opportunities to participate in quality improvement initiatives, clinical research, and education of medical students, residents, and fellows. The successful candidate will be well-supported at a worldclass children’s hospital with over 60 years of experience in the care of pediatric and adult congenital heart disease patients; an outstanding educational and research enterprise at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and an internationally recognized program partner with the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Heart Center. TCHC is a dedicated service line with a common executive administration and functions as one program on two campuses with the commitment to expand access to highquality comprehensive cardiac care regardless of patient age to the communities we serve while equally embracing a scholarly and educational mission. TCHC provides excellent cardiothoracic surgical, cardiac interventional, electrophysiologic, and non-invasive services. The candidate would be immediately accountable to the Pediatric Critical Care Division Chief and to TCHC senior leadership.

Please send letter of interest and curriculum vitae to:

Alexandre Rotta, MD, FCCM

Division Chief of Pediatric Critical Care,

UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital,

Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities/females/veterans/ individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.





 East Carolina University

The Division of Pediatric Cardiology at the Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, is recruiting a BE/BC pediatric cardiologist with expertise in inpatient and outpatient pediatric cardiac care. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, outpatient clinic, outreach clinic, inpatient management and consultations. 

The physician will join a 5-person division providing care to a population of 1.3 million people in 29 counties in eastern North Carolina.  The division provides inpatient, outpatient, outreach clinic, electrophysiologic, interventional catheterization, and limited surgical support for the pediatric and adult congenital cardiac patient.  Outpatient pediatric/adult congenital cardiac services are provided at East Carolina Heart Institute at East Carolina University as well as at 9 outreach clinic sites. 

Inpatient pediatric/adult congenital cardiac services are provided at the 142 bed Children’s Hospital of Eastern North Carolina as well as at the 120 bed East Carolina Heart Institute at Vidant Medical Center.

Applications will be considered until the position is filled.  To review the position or to submit an online ECU application for vacancy # 964109 to ECU Human Resources, please visit the job posting at 


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  Faculty Position Available

Pediatric Cardiology Inpatient Service

The Inpatient Division of the Department of Cardiology at Boston Children’s Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, is recruiting new faculty at the assistant professor level. The Pediatric Cardiology Inpatient Service, among the largest in North America, comprises patients with congenital and acquired pediatric heart disease.  Care teams include residents, fellows, and advance practice nurses supervised by faculty cardiology attending physicians.

Candidates must be board certified in pediatrics and pediatric cardiology, have at least five years of relevant experience beyond fellowship, and have excellent clinical, teaching, and academic skills.  Preference will be given to individuals with strong interest and experience in medical student and resident education and high potential for leadership in this area.

Interested individuals should send inquiries and curriculum vitae to:

Roger E. Breitbart, MD

Chair, Inpatient Cardiology Search Committee

Department of Cardiology

Boston Children’s Hospital

300 Longwood Avenue

Boston, Massachusetts 02115


Boston Children’s Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 



Pediatric Cardiologist for Noninvasive Imaging

Fetal Echocardiography Focus

TEXAS – Houston: The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Division of Pediatric Cardiology seeks a full-time faculty member with expertise in non-invasive imaging at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank. The desired candidate will have completed three (3) years of fellowship in pediatric cardiology with an additional year of extended training in advanced congenital cardiac imaging. Applicants must demonstrate up-to-date knowledge of the most recent technological advances. Expertise in fetal echocardiography is desired, and cardiac MRI/CT experience is available to the interested candidate. The applicant must demonstrate a commitment to academic and clinical excellence in Pediatric Cardiology and Echocardiography, including transthoracic, transesophageal, and fetal echocardiography. The position also includes participation in inpatient and outpatient services. 

The division of pediatric cardiology consists of 15 cardiologists, including interventional cardiologists, electrophysiologists, a cardiac MR specialist, a preventive cardiologist, and community cardiologists. There are 2 congenital heart surgeons with a 30 bed PICU, a 120 bed NICU, and busy Fetal Center. The division is now expanding the fetal cardiology program and is seeking additional expertise. UTHealth is closely aligned with the Memorial Hermann Hospital network, which consists of 13 hospitals and Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital. Efforts are underway to provide pediatric cardiology and fetal cardiology support to the communities these hospitals serve. The division seeks ambitious, hardworking cardiologists to contribute to these efforts with the objective to help the faculty member to achieve their clinical and career goals.

The successful applicant must 1) have an MD, or equivalent; 2) hold or be eligible for a Texas medical licensure; and 3) be board certified/board eligible in Pediatric Cardiology.

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae to

John P. Breinholt, M.D.

Cardiology Division Director

Pediatric Cardiology

6410 Fannin Street, Suite 425

Houston, TX 77030


Division of Cardiac Imaging

Faculty Position Available

The Division of Cardiac Imaging, Department of Cardiology at Boston Children’s Hospital is actively recruiting a faculty physician to join our world-renowned cardiac imaging team. Candidates must be Board Certified or Eligible in Pediatric Cardiology. Candidates at all career stages who possess strong clinical, research, and teaching abilities are encouraged to apply. Valued clinical skills include echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance, and computed tomography. Faculty will be eligible for appointment at Harvard Medical School.

The Division of Cardiac Imaging at Boston Children’s Hospital is one of the largest imaging programs for children and adults with congenital heart disease in the United States. Its activities include transthoracic echocardiography, transesophageal echocardiography, fetal echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance, and cardiac computed tomography. A high proportion of cases have complex disease and undergo image-guided interventions. Equipment includes state-of-the-art imaging, reviewing, and reporting technology. Resources for conducting clinical, basic science, and translational research are abundant throughout the Department. Academic advancement through research and teaching activities is strongly encouraged and supported. We have a highly-regarded senior fellowship program in cardiac imaging and train 2-3 senior fellows each year.

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae to

Andrew J. Powell, M.D.

Chief, Division of Cardiac Imaging

Department of Cardiology

Boston Children’s Hospital

300 Longwood Avenue

Boston, MA 02115


Boston Children’s Hospital is an equal opportunity employer. 


University of Oklahoma

Faculty Positions Available

The University of Oklahoma would like to announce the recruitment of 2 non-invasive general pediatric cardiology faculty and 1 pediatric cardiac electrophysiology faculty. 
Candidates would join an existing group of 10 cardiologists and 1 PA in the Department of Pediatrics at the OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. They must be board-certified or eligible in Pediatric Cardiology, able to perform and interpret transthoracic echocardiograms, and to read EKGs and Holters. The responsibilities for the general cardiology positions consist of clinic (outpatient) work, inpatient service attending and consultation and shared call. Responsibilities of the electrophysiology position will also include the ability to perform noninvasive electrophysiology studies, invasive electrophysiology studies including ablation and pacemaker/defibrillator/device implantation. Academic responsibilities will include active involvement in teaching medical students and residents and interest in clinical research studies. Candidates should be qualified for academic appointment at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. Salary and academic rank are commensurate with experience.

Our referral area includes a large portion of a state of nearly 4 million people. The Children’s Hospital at the OU Medical Center is the only comprehensive pediatric specialty hospital in the state and is the site of practice for the faculty for all invasive procedures (surgery, ablation/pacemakers, interventional catheterizations), exercise testing and special cardiac imaging (transesophageal echo, 3D echo, cardiac MR and CT). Critical care cardiac patients are admitted to the Pediatric Cardiac ICU and in the Neonatal Cardiac ICU area and cared for by a multidisciplinary team with daily rounding. The primary outpatient clinic of the practice is in the OU Children’s Physicians Building adjacent to the Children’s Hospital at the OU Medical Center. Daily satellite outpatient clinics also serve multiple areas within the Oklahoma City metro area and other towns in rural Oklahoma. The cardiology group also offers interpretation for echo and EKG studies and consultations for pediatric patients at all OKC metro hospitals and many other towns throughout the state.

The Oklahoma City area offers an excellent quality of life for the faculty and their family members. Over the last 15 years it has undergone a dramatic period of population and job growth with outstanding cultural, entertainment, sports (including professional and Division 1 NCAA teams) and educational programs.

Interested candidates should contact the administrative office for pediatric cardiology by email ( or to forward their CV and contact information.


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