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Location: Newark, Delaware
Internal Number: JR69154
ChristianaCare is looking for a new or experienced Physician Assistant to join our innovative training program in Neonatology. The Neonatal PA Fellowship Program is a twelve-month intensive training program for Physician Assistants that provides mentoring, diverse clinical experience in our level II and III NICUs, and a customized didactic education in newborn medicine through case study, small-group discussion, simulation, and participation in department-wide lectures. This fellowship program is both supportive and challenging as the Neonatal PA Fellow will manage infants with a variety of complex diagnoses under the direct guidance and supervision of a neonatologist and experienced neonatal advanced practice provider. The program is perfect for an PA who is looking to develop into the role of a Neonatal PA in a structured environment with a Fellowship Coordinator providing guidance throughout the program.
The Neonatal PA Fellow will receive an annual salary of $82,000. Fellows are considered full-time employees of ChristianaCare with benefits. The expectation is that fellows who meet performance objectives and demonstrate ChristianaCare values will apply for permanent employment as a Neonatal PA with ChristianaCare after completing the program at a very competitive rate.
This program allows for a supported transition into the role of Neonatal PA and we hope you consider joining ChristianaCare on this journey!Educational and Experience Requirements:License or license eligible as a Physician Assistant in the state of DelawareGraduate of an ARC-PA accredited physician assistant program and have NCCPA CertificationCertified in BLS is required upon start dateTo apply for this program, you will need to complete the online application, submit a resume, and cover letter.
If you meet the minimum requirements, please have 2 reference letters on hand to be ready to be sent.
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