||Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Plastic Surgery, Children’s Specialty Group and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin are seeking a mid- to senior-level academic surgeon to lead our Pediatric Plastic Surgery Program at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. The successful candidate will need to qualify for the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. The successful candidate will be the Director of the Pediatric Plastic Surgery Program at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin (Director) and be responsible for the overall administrative, academic and clinical outcomes of the Program. The new Director will be a faculty member of the Department of Plastic Surgery at MCW and will work together with departmental leadership in advancing pediatric plastic surgery care.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation’s top pediatric facilities. CHW is a 300-bed pediatric hospital and ACS Level I Children’s Surgery Center and Pediatric Trauma Center that provides comprehensive care for neonates, infants, children and adolescents. It is one of the busiest pediatric hospitals in the nation, with 72 PICU beds, and approximately 25,000 annual admissions, 71,000 emergency room visits and over 21,000 surgical procedures performed annually. In 2017, more than 431,000 children and adolescents were seen in the hospital’s specialty outpatient clinics and urgent care sites. U.S. News & World Report has ranked Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in all 10 pediatric specialties it reviews in the new 2016-17 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings. Children’s is the only health care system in Wisconsin to rank in all 10 specialties. The hospital is designated a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, a national honor that recognizes nursing excellence.
The Director will be recognized as a leader in pediatric plastic surgery and research. Candidates will have significant leadership experience and a vision to ensure that the program grows in rank and reputation. The Leader will play an instrumental role in continuing to sustain and grow this excellent program in clinical quality, research and education.
Candidates will have an excellent academic record and be a recognized leader in pediatric plastic surgery. Demonstrated leadership skills with the ability to build programs and align constituencies are required. Current board certification or in the process of certification for an unrestricted Wisconsin medical license are required. An excellent compensation and recruitment package will be available for the new Medical Director and Chief.