Our well-established program in Neonatology in the Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is recruiting Neonatologists who are motivated to develop careers in academic and Community Neonatology. The faculty members joining our division will rotate through our community level-III NICU located in Racine, Wisconsin, located 30 miles south of Milwaukee in the greater metro-Milwaukee area. The level-III NICU at All Saints Hospital in Racine provides comprehensive care for neonates, including conventional and high-frequency ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide for respiratory failure and hypothermia for HIE. Neonatologists will function within the support system of MCW’s nationally recognized academic neonatology program located on the campus of MCW and CHW in Milwaukee. Our division currently has 24 neonatologists practicing in one Level IV NICU in Milwaukee and two Level III NICUs located in the cities of Appleton and Neenah in the Fox Valley Region. Racine is a lakeside community on Lake Michigan along I-94 in the Chicago-Milwaukee metropolitan corridor. Our program will provide ample opportunity for growth and academic collaboration. A competitive salary, benefit and start-up package will be offered.
Please direct inquiries to:
Ganesh Konduri, M.D.
Chief of Neonatology
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Suite C410, CCC
Children’s Corporate Center
PO Box 1997
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1997
Phone: (414) 266-6820
Physician candidates should be board eligible/certified in Neonatology.
About the Medical College of Wisconsin:
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is a large private medical school that fosters academic and clinical excellence and offers MD as well as graduate degrees in health sciences. MCW was founded in 1893 to serve the people of Wisconsin. MCW has more than 5,000 full time equivalent faculty and staff, and MCW is the ninth largest private employer in the ...metro-Milwaukee area.
About Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin:
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin (CHW) is a rapidly growing nationally recognized facility located on the suburban campus of the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center. The hospital is a 306 bed tertiary care center and is a Level I pediatric trauma center with a 72-bed pediatric critical care unit, one of the nation’s largest. Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation's top pediatric hospitals. Parents magazine ranked CHW 4th in the Country, and U.S. News & World Report ranked 5 subspecialties in the top 20, including the Herma Heart Center (#5), Gastroenterology (#13), Cancer (#14), Nephrology (#20), and Pulmonary Medicine (#20).
Milwaukee is an affordable and comfortable place to live and raise a family. Milwaukee is the nation’s 23rd largest city and the largest city in Wisconsin. Highlights of Milwaukee include of a busy downtown lakefront, many charming neighborhoods, and easy access to Wisconsin’s lake country. Milwaukee is large enough to provide the amenities of a metropolitan area, while small enough to allow for easy commutes and accessible amenities.