Dayton Children’s Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, is recruiting for a BC/BE pediatric hematologist/oncologist for a position with emphasis on clinical care, teaching and clinical research in hematology/oncology. The successful candidate will direct the hemostasis and thrombosis program, provide clinical care for general hematology/oncology patients with emphasis on patients with bleeding and thrombotic disorders and will be a member of a multispecialty group. In addition, the successful candidate will be appointed as a fully-affiliated faculty member in the Department of Pediatrics at The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Appointment will be at the rank of assistant or associate professor, depending on prior experience and qualifications. An affiliated faculty position with University of Cincinnati School of Medicine is also available. Teaching responsibilities will primarily involve medical students and residents.
Dayton Children’s Hospital program is recognized by the American College of Surgeons, a member of the Children’s Oncology Group and has a well-established Hemophilia Treatment Center with a 3408 program seeing about 550 patients with bleeding (84 of these with hemophilia) and thrombotic (115) disorders. There is also an established Sickle Cell program, neuro-oncology program and Cancer Survivor program. About 55 new oncology patients are seen each year. Subspecialist support in essentially all medical and surgical subspecialties is available. Clinical research opportunities include collaboration with Wright State University faculty and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, pharmaceutical drug trials and Children’s Oncology Group, as well as independent research.
One of 45 freestanding children’s hospitals in the country, Dayton Children’s was founded on the hopes and dreams of some very dedicated community members who wanted to meet a need for pediatric care in our region. Today, Dayton Children’s is a leader in delivering highly specialized care to infants, children, teens and young adults from a 20-county region known as the Miami Valley.
Applications should include curriculum vitae, brief summary of past accomplishments, research interests and current clinical interest. Three letters of recommendation should be sent separately from individuals who can provide an evaluation of the candidate’s clinical, research and teaching accomplishments and future potential.
Inquiries should be directed to:
Emmett Broxson, MD, FAAP
Director, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
Professor, Boonshoft School of Medicine, WSU
Benjamin J. Wegerzyn, Chair for Cancer & Blood Disorders
Dayton Children’s Hospital
1 Children’s Plaza
Dayton, Ohio 45404-1815