Acclaim’s Women’s and Infants Service Line at John Peter Smith Hospital is a robust multidisciplinary team of physicians and advanced practice professionals who are dedicated to meeting the complete health care needs of women in our community. We provide services and support for women at every stage of life, including but not limited to preventative health care, low and high risk prenatal/childbirth/postnatal care, menopause care, urogynecology, and gynecologic oncology evaluation and treatment. Our physicians provide 24 hour in house inpatient hospital coverage and we deliver and average of 4, 500 babies a year.
Currently the department consists of:
· 10 Generalist Obstetricians and Gynecologists
· 1 Gynecologic Oncologist
· 1 Reproductive Endocrinologist
· 4 Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists
· 1 Urogynecologist
· 1 Internal-Medicine Specialists
· 21 Advanced Practice Providers
· 16 OBGYN Residents
As the county hospital system, JPS has been serving the residents of Tarrant County for over 100 years. This is a wonderful opportunity for innovative and passionate individuals to treat complex medical issues to those patients that need it most.
In addition to the nourishing and rewarding clinical atmosphere, JPS is also an urban teaching hospital with a long history of training physicians and medical students. JPS offers 18 residency and fellowship programs. This physician will be part of a team of providers teaching and pre-cepting residents and medical students.
Provide services and support for women who are seeking prenatal care, childbirth services, and well-woman care at every stage of life. In addition to clinical responsibilities, the full time OBGYN Physician will be responsible for the training of medical students and residents in both OBGYN and Family Practice, providing superior general obstetrical clinical and supervisory services.
Full Time - OR, clinic, plus L/D call (9 12 hours shifts per month - days and nights)
Required Education and Experience
· Must have a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy degree from an approved college of Medicine/Osteopathy
· Residency completion within specialty
· Board eligible or board certified in specialty
· Texas Medical License
Preferred Education and Experience
· 2-5 years of experience outside of residency highly preferred