Saint Peter's Healthcare System
  • New Brunswick, NJ, USA
  • Full Time

Saint Peter's University Hospital is seeking an OB/GYN Generalist to join our team!

Shifts include a variety of 12 and 24-shifts (days, night, weekends rotating). Responsibilities include outpatient teaching clinic, inpatient OB/GYN hospitalist coverage, and surgical services.

You will:

  • Professional focus is the general obstetric and gynecologic care of clinic practice patients, hospitalized patients, including consultations, surgical intervention, or deliveries.
  • Activities include patient care, patient rounds, teaching, research, and inpatient leadership.
  • Provide urgent gynecologic care and consultation to the emergency department or hospital inpatient services for service patients, unassigned or private patients (on request).
  • Admit and provide the full spectrum of antepartum, labor and delivery, and postpartum care for obstetric patients.
  • Collaborative management of all patients attempting a trial of labor after cesarean delivery (VBAC)
  • Directly supervise and teach Ob/Gyn residents and students.
  • Contribute as a reliable team player within a positive, supportive environment.

Requirements:

  • NJ licensed
  • Board Certified OBGYN
  • Eligible for staff membership at Saint Peter's University Hospital
  • Must qualify for Saint Peter's University Hospital Liability insurance
  • Participate in Obstetric and Gynecologic simulation drills for teaching purposes of the Saint Peter's Hospital Staff and Ob/Gyn Residents
  • Obtain fetal heart rate monitoring certification, such as NCC certification
  • Maintain BLS from the American Heart Association
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