About Atlantic Health System
Atlantic Health System has retained Spencer Stuart to assist with their search for a Chief of the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology. The Chief is responsible for the leadership and further development of a comprehensive Pediatric Endocrinology program advancing the field through patient care, practice innovation, and education. This position requires a dynamic, passionate, and clinically excellent physician-leader with a record of success spanning collaborative clinical leadership, administrative management, program development, educational excellence, successful physician recruitment, and community engagement.
Powered by a workforce of 17,000 team members and 4,800 affiliated physicians dedicated to building healthier communities, Atlantic Health System is at the forefront of medicine, serving more than half of the state of New Jersey, including 11 counties and 4.9 million people. The System offers more than 400 sites of care, including seven award-winning hospitals: Morristown Medical Center, Overlook Medical Center, Newton Medical Center, Chilton Medical Center, Hackettstown Medical Center, Goryeb Children’s Hospital, and Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute.
Located on the campus of Morristown Medical Center and part of Atlantic Health System Children's Health, Goryeb Children’s Hospital is a state-designated “Children’s Hospital” – an earned recognition from New Jersey and the national Children’s Hospital Association. With more than 250 community pediatricians on staff and more than 100 board-certified pediatric specialists, Goryeb Children's Hospital is northwest New Jersey’s leading specialized pediatric hospital and number one in the state for the treatment of pediatric cancer.
The BD Diabetes Center and the Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrine Center at Goryeb Children’s Hospital offer care to children and adolescents with a highly accomplished and innovative team of 11 practitioners, including 7 physicians plus nurses, registered dietitians, and a social worker.
Atlantic Health System attracts extraordinary individuals in the field of health care and is recognized by both Modern Healthcare and Fortune Magazine as one of the Best Places to Work. Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center is named the number one hospital in New Jersey by U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, and Castle Connelly Medical, Ltd. For more on all of Atlantic Health System’s award-winning hospitals and services, visit www.atlantichealth.org.
Candidates should possess a record of outstanding professional accomplishments and credentials within Pediatric Endocrinology as well as the experience and national reputation necessary to ensure the enhancement of the clinical, and educational missions of the Division. An M.D./D.O. degree with Board Certification in Pediatric Endocrinology and either an active license or eligibility for medical licensure in New Jersey is required.