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Pediatric Electrophysiologist

Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute (SHVI) is seeking a full time Pediatric Electrophysiologist to join our practice of specialized cardiology MDs and APPs.

The Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute / Levine Children’s Hospital Congenital Heart Center, established in 2010, has been ranked as one of the top-50 pediatric heart centers in the country by U.S. News and World Report for the last seven years.

We are currently ranked in the top 20 and remain the only ranked program in North Carolina. Our comprehensive services include cardiac imaging, diagnostic and interventional catheterization, electrophysiology, dedicated cardiovascular intensive care staff, 3D printing, and regional referral programs in heart failure and transplantation, adult congenital heart disease, and fetal echocardiography. We perform 400 surgical procedures and 600 catheterization / electrophysiology procedures annually, from neonates to adults.

Our state of the art two lab cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology suite opened in February of 2017, with dedicated staffing and cardiac anesthesia teams. The Pediatric/Adult Congenital Electrophysiology program has grown in procedural volume over 40% in each of the last two years and is staffed by a single electrophysiologist and a dedicated EP nurse practitioner.

The successful candidate will be board certified/eligible and fellowship trained as well as skilled in outpatient and inpatient congenital electrophysiology and in advanced catheter mapping and ablation techniques.

Experience and interest with device implantation and management would be highly regarded. Position Highlights: • Join current team of 19 MD’s and 15 APP’s • Attend EP outpatient clinics • Provide EP teaching and instruction to SHVI/LCH staff • Provide EP inpatient/consult service coverage • Share coverage of Pacemaker/ICD clinics • Days are split between the clinic and the EP lab • Call and weekend rotation on a rotating basis Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute is one of the Southeast's largest cardiac and vascular programs providing the highest quality care available to patient with cardiovascular disease throughout North and South Carolina.

Sanger employs more than 110 physicians in a network of more than 25 locations to provide the highest quality care available to patients with cardiovascular disease throughout North and South Carolina. Sanger has more than 50 years of experience providing world-class, comprehensive acute and chronic cardiovascular services including the region's only heart transplant center and pediatric heart surgery program.

Open Date: February 17, 2020
Close Date:
Location: Charotte, NC
Contact: If you are interested, please contact Megan Clouden at
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RN Inherited Arrhythmia Clinic Coordinator/EP RN

The Inherited Arrhythmias (IA) Nurse Coordinator will primarily be responsible for the IA clinic. This is a new role which will likely evolve over time as the patient population expands further, and will involve coordination of care of patients from infants to adults. The individual in this position will also assist the EP team (2 MDs, NP, Device EP Nurse Coordinator, and MA) with Pacemaker/ICD device checks, remote transmission review, and in the EP lab. EP nurse will be available for patient education, to answer triage calls, medication refills, etc., for all IA patients. EP nurse may be involved in patient recruitment and administering research protocols for device, arrhythmia, or IA patients. Experience as an ambulatory clinic nurse is preferred but not required. New nurses with prior work experience in an office setting, project management and/or research will also be considered. Prior cardiology experience is preferred but not required. This position is full time, Monday through Friday, normal daytime

Open Date: February 11, 2020
Close Date:
Location: Phoenix Children's Hosptial, Phoenix, Arizona
Compensation: Negotiable
Jodi Kiernan, RN, CPNP-PC
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Assistant, Associate and/or Full Professor

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Division of Cardiology in the Department of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania seek candidates for an Assistant, Associate, and/or Full Professor position in the non-tenure clinical educator or academic-clinician track. Applicants must have an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. or equivalent degree and have demonstrated excellent qualifications in research, clinical care, and education. Candidates must be certified or board certified/eligible in Pediatric Cardiology by the American Board of Pediatrics.

We are seeking an academic, and advance trained electrophysiologist. This position will provide interventional EP, inpatient and outpatient electrophysiology services including staffing our arrhythmia device clinic. In addition to clinical services, the candidates will be expected to engage in research and provide didactic teaching to fellows, residents, medical students and nurses. This physician will join three full-time electrophysiologists.

The Pediatric and Congenital Electrophysiology section at the Cardiac Center of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia provides state of the art expertise in arrhythmia management of congenital heart disease, inherited channelopathies, implantable devices and advanced ablation with a robust clinical research program that offers patients access to the most up-to-date arrhythmia therapies. With 64 faculty in the division of cardiology, offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and an electrophysiology laboratory equipped with the most modern imaging and three-dimensional mapping systems (CARTO, EnSite and Rhythmia) , our physicians are able to deliver accessible and individualized care to our patients.

Maully Shah, MBBS serves as the Medical Director of Electrophysiology and Joseph Rossano, MD serves as Chief of Cardiology & Co-Director of the Cardiac Center.

We seek candidates who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense.

The University of Pennsylvania and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are EOEs. Minorities/Women/Individuals with disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

Open Date: January 24, 2020
Close Date: January 23, 2022
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Contact: Maully Shah (
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Pediatric Electrophysiologist

Ochsner Health System in New Orleans is searching for a Pediatric Electrophysiologist to join an active, full service congenital EP team. This opportunity is made available as a current member of the team advances to an executive level position.

The EP team is comprised of two experienced pediatric electrophysiologists working in concert with an adult EP team of 6 electrophysiologists. Approximately 220 invasive congenital EP case are done yearly in four state-of-the-art EP labs.

The congenital EP service is an integral part of our nationally ranked congenital cardiac team that includes 15 pediatric/congenital cardiologists, three congenital cardiac surgeons and is aligned with the John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute, providing comprehensive, integrated care from fetus to adulthood.

The successful candidate will be skilled in outpatient and inpatient congenital electrophysiology and in advanced catheter mapping and ablation techniques. Experience and interest with device implantation and management and a record of academic achievement would be highly regarded. Ample teaching opportunities are available with an on-site pediatric residency and three medical school affiliations. Board certified/eligible in Pediatric cardiology is required.

The Department of Pediatrics and our pediatric subspecialists (collectively, Ochsner Hospital for Children™) represent over 140 providers and is growing rapidly.  The group is the region’s leading integrated provider of multispecialty care for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.   We offer a full range of pediatric care from primary to quaternary care, with services offered in all subspecialties including advanced gastroenterology/hepatology, orthopedic surgery, oncology and heart, liver and bone marrow transplant.

Ochsner Hospital for Children is the only children’s hospital ranked in US News and World report in Louisiana or Mississippi. Ochsner Hospital for Children for Children™ represents over 140 providers.  Our pediatric subspecialties include:  Allergy, Cardiology Critical Care Medicine, Cardiac and Congenital Heart Surgery, Dermatology, ENT, Endocrinology, Emergency Medicine, Gastroenterology, Hematology/Oncology, Hospital Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Medical Genetics, Neonatology, Nephrology/Hypertension, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology/Optometry, Orthopedics, Palliative Care, Psychiatry/Sports Medicine, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Psychiatry, Pulmonology, General Surgery, Transplant, and Urology.  We also have a Pediatric Anesthesiology Team, Pediatric CV Surgery Anesthesia Team and Pediatric Radiology.  We support a pediatric heart failure program, including left ventricular assist devices and transplantation and also have a pediatric transcatheter valve program.  We utilize a 44 bed pediatric unit, 14 bed PICU and a 12 bed CVICU with in-house intensivists as well as a dedicated, full-time, region-wide pediatric transport team.   

Ochsner Health System is Louisiana's largest non-profit, academic, multi-specialty, healthcare delivery system with 30 owned, managed and affiliated hospitals and 60+ health centers.  Ochsner employs more than 1,100 physicians in over 90 medical specialties and subspecialties and performs over 600 clinical research studies.  In addition, Ochsner has over 100 CRNAs practicing throughout the system.  Ochsner is the only hospital in Louisiana recognized by US News & World Report as a "Best Hospital" in three specialty categories caring for patients from all 50 states and more than 80 countries worldwide each year.   For more information, please visit

New Orleans is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in America.  Amenities include multiple universities, academic centers, professional sports teams, world-class dining, cultural interests, renowned live entertainment and music.


Open Date: January 7, 2020
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Location: Ochsner Hosptial for Children, New Orleans, LA
Compensation: N/A
Contact: Interested physicians should reply to:
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Director of Electrophysiology

The successful candidate would join an existing group of 30 cardiologists (28 in Kansas City and two in Wichita, KS), four surgeons and 30 APNs and lead the EP team that includes three other physicians (for a total of four EP physicians), two APNs, three nurses and two EP technicians.

Candidates must be board-certified in Pediatric Cardiology and also be certified by IBHRE for clinical EP (CEPS peds) and preferably also for cardiac devices (CCDS) and have at least 10 years of post-fellowship experience. Extensive experience with all catheter ablation techniques both in children and adults with congenital heart disease is mandatory. This is a great opportunity for a dynamic leader to promote ongoing success and enhance strategic growth while in a busy and complex quaternary health care environment. Experience in leadership and with LEAN methodology are highly desirable. Strong communication skills are key. Dedicated time for administration will be provided. There are ample opportunities for clinical / translational research and teaching (medical students, residents and Pediatric Cardiology fellows). Interest in Outcomes Research, Pharmacogenomics or Genomics would be strongly supported through our brand-new Children’s Research Institute (funded by over $ 200 million in philanthropic funding) which is scheduled to open its doors next summer. There is a great potential for collaboration with adult electrophysiology teams in town to provide the best care for adults with congenital heart disease. Salary and academic rank are commensurate with experience.
Our Heart Center serves a population of over 5 million in the heart of the U.S.A. We perform over 500 cardiac operations, 600 cardiac catheterizations including over 200 invasive EP procedures, 18,000 outpatient visits including over 2100 outpatient EP visits, and 18,000 echocardiograms annually. We follow almost 300 patients who have implanted pacemakers, ICDs or implanted loop recorders. Our two state-of the art cath labs are both hybrid labs with one equipped with the latest EP technology including a 3D imaging system. Telehealth is available and facilitates our outreach clinics. We have video-conferencing capabilities that are routinely used by providers from distant locations to dial into our conferences for patient care and education. In 2019, we were ranked #20 nationally by USNWR.
Our super-specialty resources include Electrophysiology (which includes Clinical EP, pacing and Genetic Arrhythmia), Cardiac Transplantation – Heart Failure, and Advanced Cardiac Imaging (fetal echo, 3D echo, trans-esophageal echo, CT, MRI and 3D printing). We also provide specialized, team-based care in Fetal Cardiology (with on-site delivery services for high-risk neonates), Interstage Monitoring (CHAMP), Preventive Cardiology, Cardiac Genetics, Cardio-oncology, Pulmonary Hypertension, a dedicated POTS clinic and Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Services.

Open Date: January 2, 2020
Close Date:
Location: The Ward Family Heart Center at Children’s Mercy, Kansas City, Missouri
Contact: Girish Shirali, MBBS, Co-Director of the Ward Family Heart Center via email or phone 866-264-4652.
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Pediatric Electrophysiologist

The Division of Pediatric Cardiology at the University of Rochester Medical Center and the Golisano Children’s Hospital at Strong is seeking a second board certified pediatric cardiologist at the associate professor level with advanced training in cardiac electrophysiology. The candidate will also share inpatient consultative service as well as outpatient clinic responsibilities with other members of the division. In addition, the candidate will participate in the teaching of medical students, residents and fellows from our ACGME accredited pediatric cardiology fellowship program.

The Children’s Heart Center at the University of Rochester Medical Center and the Golisano Children's Hospital at Strong provides comprehensive cardiac services to children in the Upstate and Western New York region. Our congenital cardiac surgical program is the second largest in the State of New York and we have a dedicated 16 bed cardiac intensive care unit. We have a dedicated pediatric cardiac catheterization/electrophysiology laboratory equipped with state of the art biplane fluoroscopy and 3D electroanatomic mapping capability.

We perform around 200 cardiac catheterizations a year as well as 85 diagnostic and interventional electrophysiology procedures including SVT/WPW ablation, VT ablation, transvenous device and S-ICD implants. Located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario in Western New York, Rochester has the charm, hospitality and affordability of a small town but yet offers the diversity, culture, nightlife and entertainment of a much larger city.

Open Date: October 31, 2019
Close Date: June 30, 2020
Location: Rochester, New York
Compensation: To be determined
Contact: Interested applicants should submit electronically a letter, CV and list of references to:
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Pediatric Electrophysiologist

The Heart Center is a dedicated hospital service-line that carries the mission of providing state-of-the-art, cost-effective care to our patients with congenital and acquired heart disease regardless of age. The Heart Center has >18,000 out-patient encounters per year including multiple specialty clinics (e.g. Fontan, muscular dystrophy, preventive care, cardiogenetic). The in-patient medical discharges average 1300/yr including ~400 annual surgeries. The Heart Center has 37 cardiologists and four cardiothoracic surgeons, a dedicated 20-bed CTICU and 24-bed cardiac stepdown unit, and a dedicated administration team. Excellent services in cardiac intensive and stepdown care, catheterization and intervention, non-invasive imaging, electrophysiology, heart failure and heart/heart-lung/lung transplantation are on-site. The Heart Center has a robust adult congenital heart service. The population served includes the regional population, a large number of referred cases for advanced intervention and surgery, an extensive state-wide outpatient network (pediatric and adult congenital) and patients managed with regional partners including the newly formed Congenital Heart Collaborative.

Our program is integrated with the Center for Cardiovascular Research as well as the Center for Genomic Research. Nationwide Children’s Hospital is a 464 bed stand-alone children’s hospital and is the pediatric teaching facility for The Ohio State University School of Medicine. Columbus is the state capital and the 14th most populous city in the US (metropolitan population just over 2 million). It is a diverse community with excellent schools, a thriving economy and a vibrant arts/food scene. Candidates are encouraged to submit their curriculum vitae by email to Naomi Kertesz MD, Director of Electrophysiology and Pacing at

Open Date: October 2, 2019
Close Date:
Location: The Heart Center at Nationwide Children's Hospital in conjunction with The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio

Naomi Kertesz, MD
Director of Electrophysiology and Pacing

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APRN II/ PA II- Pediatric Cardiology

Essential Functions

•    Treatment of conditions for which therapies may be initiated for Pediatric and Adult Congenital Electrophysiology patients.
•    Perform other procedures that the APRN or PA-C has been educated to perform (within their scope of practice) include: use of specialized EP Equipment: 3D Mapping, CardioLab and pacing/mapping maneuvers, Cryo Therapy, RF Ablator Equipment. Demonstrates ability to operate, program, and troubleshoot the electrophysiology CardioLab recording/pacing system
•    Manage care of Pediatric and Adult Congenital Electrophysiology procedural, inpatient and outpatient clinic areas.
•    Coordinates the patient's care delivery within the practice setting and across healthcare settings, utilizing a holistic, patient-centered, inter-professional and evidence-based approach to identifying realistic outcome goals that guide a patient's care across the healthcare care continuum.

Secondary Functions

Coordinates the development and delivery of pertinent education for patients, families and/or caregivers that best (1) addresses each patient's condition and (2) promotes and optimizes each patient's attainable wellness level.

Open Date: May 22, 2019
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Location: University of Florida, Jacksonville
Contact: Dr. Sunita J. Ferns
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Pediatric Electrophysiologist

Louisville The University of Louisville School of Medicine Division of Pediatric Cardiology is recruiting a board certified/eligible pediatric electrophysiologist at the assistant or associate professor level. The successful applicant will join the current pediatric/adult congenital EP and 13 other pediatric cardiologists providing services including interventional catheterization, heart failure/transplantation, adult congenital heart disease, fetal cardiology, advanced cardiac imaging and telemedicine. Referrals to the EP service also come from numerous other local and outreach pediatric and adult cardiologists. Drawing from a population of approximately 2.5 million people, the division provides about 9,000 outpatient visits, over 350 cardiac catheterizations, and over 100 EP procedures annually. Three congenital heart surgeons perform over 300 operations annually. The primary assignment will involve inpatient and outpatient consultations, performing EP studies, 3-D mapping and catheter ablations, and implantation and management of pacemakers, defibrillators and insertable loop recorders. Some general pediatric cardiology service is to be expected. Inpatient work is primarily performed in Norton Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky, the only free-standing children’s hospital in Kentucky and the teaching hospital for the Department of Pediatrics, University of Louisville. Outpatient clinics are in our new Novak Center for Children’s Health. In addition to clinical activities, there are many opportunities for clinical, translational and basic science research. Salary will be commensurate with training and experience.

Open Date: December 3, 2019
Close Date: May 3, 2020
Location: Louisville, KY
Compensation: Commensurate with training and experience
Contact: Chris Johnsrude, MD, MS Department of Pediatrics University of Louisville School of Medicine 571 S. Floyd Street, Suite 334 Louisville KY 40202-3830 Phone (502) 852-3876 Fax (502) 852-3877 Email:
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EP Advanced Practice Provider

The electrophysiology team at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago is looking to hire an energetic advanced practice provider (APN/PA) to our growing team. Our team currently consists of 4 electrophysiologists, 2 APNs, 3 nurses, a cardiovascular genetics counselor, and 2 administrative professionals. We are looking for someone who is passionate and eager to learn about pediatrics, electrophysiology, and implantable cardiac devices.   For more information or to apply, please visit or click on the link below.

Open Date: May 3, 2019
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Location: Chicago, IL
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