Posting Note: Phoenix Children’s Hospital is seeking an Associate Medical Director for the Division of Child Protection. Your Team: 2 Pediatricians, 6 NPs, 2 Forensic Interviewers, Child Protection Team. Work Schedule: M-F 9am-5pm, Shared Weekend and Evening Call. Hospital employed position offering competitive compensation, comprehensive benefit package and relocation assistance. Teaching opportunities through Phoenix Children’s Hospital / Maricopa Medical Pediatric Residency Program, Fellows and Medical Students as well as community education. Provide expert subspecialty care in the inpatient and outpatient setting as a member of the Division of Child Protection. Play a significant role in serving as a resource for Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Maricopa County. Maintain and expand services at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Maricopa Medical Center as well as three advocacy sites – ChildHelp Children’s Advocacy Center of Arizona, Southwest Family Advocacy Center, and Mesa Family Advocacy Center. Work with a child protection team of Pediatricians, Nurse Practitioners, dedicated Forensic Interviewers, plus excellent support staff in a manner that fulfills the strategic goals of PCH while complying with state and federal laws and accreditation standards related to safety and risk management. Help facilitate the advancement of the SANE RN program. On call 24/7, our team’s primary role is to provide medical exams and forensic interviews on a moment’s notice. We help investigators interpret medical records and testify in cases as to a child’s medical condition and possible causes of the injury or condition. Phoenix Children’s Hospital offers a rewarding career that is guided by a compassionate mission, clear vision, and consistent values that promote excellence in family-centered care that focuses on the needs of the child first. As a dedicated pediatric hospital, a level-one trauma center and home to one of the largest PICU’s in the Southwest (48 beds and more than 4500 patients each year), Phoenix Children’s sees a greater concentration of abuse victims than other area hospitals. As a result, its staff members gain a wealth of experience in recognizing the signs of abuse and neglect and shaping the future of this important field.