Division Chief Of Hematology

  • Children’s National Health System
  • , DC

This position has been filled.

Children’s National Health System is the only health system designed for kids in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. It has a community-based pediatric network, seven regional outpatient centers, an ambulatory surgery center, two emergency rooms, an acute care hospital, and collaborations throughout the region. Children’s National is recognized for its expertise and innovation in pediatric care. Its team of pediatric healthcare professionals treats more than 300,000 patients each year who come from throughout the region, nation, and the world.

Position Overview

The Chief of Hematology will be responsible for providing outstanding and accessible clinical care to patients with benign hematologic disorders in the Washington Metro area. S/he will also be charged with growing our Hematology research program, educational and advocacy initiatives as determined by the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorder’s physician leadership. The Chief will lead the implementation of state-of-the-art care that is aligned with current best practice and clinical evidence. He or she will also possess a strong research core with a successful record of developing and leading research studies and work closely with other non-medical leadership at Children’s National to assist in the support and advocacy of the Children’s National’s patient base.


  • MD and board-certification in hematology required.
  • Associate or Full Professor who is Board certified in pediatric hematology preferred.
  • DC Medical License required, VA and MD licensure desired.
  • Strong research and clinical hematology experience with at least five to seven years of direct supervisory experience.
  • Must exhibit strong skills in lab medicine.
  • Must have a proven positive and collaborative leadership style, effective interpersonal skills, technical knowledge, and strong organization and planning skills.
  • Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills so as to communicate clearly with administrators, faculty, physicians, and employees.
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