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Patient oriented neonatologist paediatric physician with a broad range of experience in providing care to critical infants with congenital abnormalities, complex heart disease, and extreme prematurity seeking to take next career step as a fellow with a respected institution that values vision, hard work, and proven success within Argentina’s foremost paediatric hospitals. Highly skilled in developing fellowship programs to thoroughly develop future healthcare professionals. Demonstrated success in building relationships with multidisciplinary staff, colleagues, and caregivers, and advancing medical philosophies.
Neonatal Critical Care Treatment Plan Development Neonatal Nutrition Nutrition and Neonatal Program Development Relationship Building Patient Education
Currently participate in Neonatal Nutritional Support Unit Committee, providing recommendations to improve and advance infant and child nutrition standards. Successfully organized and implemented Breastfeeding Club for new mothers. Facilitated expansion of neonatal unit from 6 to 20 beds at Company Name. Supported and drove initiatives to help Company Name earn Argentina’s first accreditation from the Joint Commission International. Contributed to the development, implementation, and administration of Hospital Castro Rendon’s neonatal fellowship program.
Locum Tenens Paediatrician and Neonatologist July 2013 to July 2014 Company Name City, State Administered and managed care for critical paediatric patients within Level III NICU and nursery with 400+ deliveries per year and approximately 30% high-risk pregnancies. Oversaw all paediatric admissions into hospital; provided consultations to ER and family physicians. Collaborated with research teams to complete G6PD disease study. Contracted 7/2013 9/2013 and 3/2014 7/2014 Paediatric Neonatologist, NICU September 2003 to Current Company Name City, State Company Name is recognized as the third best hospital or clinic within Latin America and is the only hospital in Argentina to be accredited by the Joint Commission International. Administer care to diverse paediatric patients, including critical newborns from birth to discharge; work with neonatal fellows to deliver quality patient care. Collaborate with neonatologists, fellows, ECHMO team, and other healthcare providers to discuss treatment options and develop treatment plans. Perform procedures to treat and manage cardiac disease, genetic disorders, diaphragmatic hernias, and other complex neonatal cases. Complete neonatal follow-up assessments in hospital outpatient clinic; follow up on neonatal nutritional disorders and management within NICU and post-discharge. Instruct parents and caregivers on paediatric disease management; coordinate RCP training for parents before discharge. Provide training and mentorship to fellows; evaluate performance to validate competencies. Contribute to weekly perinatal meetings to discuss and evaluate difficult cases; coordinate nutritional meetings to analyze complex cases.
James Doe, MD