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Job Title: Medical Director, Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

Company: WMC Advanced Physician Services PC

City/State: Valhalla, NY

Category: Physicians

Department: Cardiology - West Division

Position: Full Time

Shift: Variable

Req #: 7934

Job Details:

Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York, a member of the WMCHealth Network, is seeking a Director of Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) to join the faculty of the Division of Cardiology, with a potential joint appointment in the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at Maria Fareri’s Children’s Hospital. Under the direction of Julio A. Panza, MD, Chief of Cardiology and Dr. Michael Gewitz, Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, the incumbent will establish this program to be one of the premier ACHD programs in the nation, including the development of an accredited training program in ACHD. This program will benefit from the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital’s congenital heart disease program which is already well established and sits on the same campus as Westchester Medical Center. Position Requirements Must hold New York State license and/or be eligible for licensure Board certification or eligibility in adult congenital heart disease is required Fellowship training or extensive experience in adult congenital heart disease is required Strong clinical competencies Leadership and organizational skills A great place to live and work. Westchester Medical Center is an 895-bed academic hospital that provides local residents with acute-care services – Level I trauma and burn care, organ transplants and advanced neurovascular procedures and more – found nowhere else in the region. The Hudson Valley, just north of New York City, is a dynamic destination. Quality of life is enhanced by the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains’ beauty, elite colleges, select public and private schools, and numerous outdoor/recreation options. Add in fine dining, a strong economy and intrinsic civic pride, and the result is an in-demand locale for those committed to community health.