Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, in Denver, Colorado, is recruiting for a full or part-time pediatric nephrologist to join an existing practice of two established hospital-employed partners. The hospital has a large (84 beds) regional NICU, as well as 24 PICU beds. The patient population is diverse, encompassing the entire spectrum of kidney diseases, and the program includes peritoneal dialysis, CRRT, plasmapheresis and acute hemodialysis.
Call will be shared equally by three partners and clinic Hours will be approximately 20 per week.
Competitive, guaranteed salary and benefits.
Exceptional city/mountain lifestyle!
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Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL, and HCA/HealthONE hospital, offers children and their families all the advantages of a large specialty medical center with the specialized services of a children's hospital.
P/SL also provides Colorado's largest NICU (84 beds) with BC neonatologists and pediatric intensivists on campus 24/7. Its team handles more high-risk and high acuity fetal, neonatal and pediatric patients than any hospital in the Rocky Mountain west.
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