Job ID: 290096716  |  Last Updated: 3/22/2022

Pediatric Gastroenterologist - Indianapolis

Peyton Manning Children's Hospital
Indianapolis, IN
Applicant Contact
Ashley Smith
Sourcing Specialist - Physican Recruitment
(317) 338-6195
(317) 583-2714

Job Description

Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent in Indianapolis is seeking a BC/BE Pediatric Gastroenterologist to join our established practice.

Peyton Manning Childrens Hospital at St. Vincent is part of Indianas largest not-for-profit health system with 22 ministries and over 3000 physicians. Features include: an attached tertiary care, pediatric hospital with 40 private inpatient beds and 8 short stay beds, staffed in-house 24/7 by our Pediatric Hospitalist group; a 23-bed PICU staffed 24/7 by Pediatric Intensivists; a 17-bed Pediatric Emergency department staffed 24/7 by Pediatric Emergency physicians; and Indianas largest Level IV NICU with 97 beds staffed 24/7 by Neonatologists.

About the Program:
-clinical position with ready referral base
-outstanding support staff with collegial atmosphere: 5 board certified pediatric gastroenterologists and 4 CPNPs
-Procedures performed: EGD, colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, foreign body removal, gastrostomy tube placement, esophageal dilation, gastrointestinal bleeding management, small bowel capsule endoscopy, pH/impedance probe monitoring
-Office hours/schedule: 4 days in office, 1 day in procedures

Family-Centered Care:
Pediatric Gastroenterology at PMCH is patient-centered and family-focused. We are knowledgeable about diagnostic and treatment strategies that can be utilized in ways that minimize pain, discomfort or anxiety as much as possible. These techniques include family-centered endoscopy, imaging modalities that minimize radiation exposure, small bowel capsule endoscopy, and an in-clinic biologic infusion center where patients can receive specialized medications for inflammatory bowel disease.

Team Approach:
While providing both inpatient and outpatient consultation and care, our specialists partner with the primary care provider and pediatric subspecialists to develop coordinated care plans. When a condition affects multiple body systems, the pediatric gastroenterologists work with providers from other disciplines to provide comprehensive diagnostic and treatment strategies in order to improve outcomes. Our Aerodigestive team is just one example of specialists collaborating through a multidisciplinary approach to provide care for children with diseases involving their airway and digestive tract. Families appreciate how our comprehensive team-based approach can help streamline their care and make a challenging experience a little easier for them.

St. Vincent offers a competitive compensation package that includes: competitive base salaries, production/quality bonus potential, starting bonus, relocation allowance, CME, comprehensive health benefits, retirement savings plan (403b), malpractice with tail, and generous paid time off.

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