The Society of Pediatric Cardiology Training Program Directors
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.