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Neonatology - Medical Director and Core star

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Onsite Neonatal Partners, Inc.

Voorhees, New Jersey, United States

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Onsite Neonatal Partners, Inc.
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Medical Director and Core Neonatologist positions available at hospitals in Illinois, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Onsite Neonatal Partners is a national medical practice covering 14 hospital in 6 states with both Level II and Level III opportunities. Onsite is also recruiting a Medical Director and Core Neonatologists for the new $90 million Oasis Hospital in Al Ain, UAE (a Cure International Ministry). Oasis has 3,800 deliveries, 20 NICU beds and is positioned to grow!


With Onsite, make a difference in the lives of newborns and their families without sacrificing or interrupting personal time. Enjoy an average of 20 days off per month with NO CALL and NO PAGER as a staff neonatologist. Know that your skills and dedication are appreciated and acknowledged, as evidenced by a competitive sign-on bonus and fair compensation for each and every clinical hour you work.


Requirements: American trained and boarded in Neonatology. If you are looking for a new hospital home, a more manageable lifestyle, and/or a better fit with peers who share your passion for neonatal care, consider Onsite Neonatal! We welcome your interest in the position or the nomination of a colleague. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence. Please contact Kendall DuRant at kdurant@onsiteneonatal.com or 856-782-2212 ext. 199.

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Onsite Neonatal Partners, Inc.

Onsite Neonatal Partners is a national medical practice founded 18 years ago by Jerry Hric, MD. Onsite was founded with a mission to bring top quality care to premature or sick infants born in community hospitals—not only those fortunate enough to be born in large academic hospitals. With a unique model that places neonatologists in hospitals 24 hours a day, we are able to improve quality of care and reduce risk for premature or otherwise fragile full term infants. This has proven to be better not only for infants, but for parents, obs More...