Neonatal PA Residency at Indiana University Health
Length of Program: 12 months
Application Deadlines: May 1st & November 1st
The Neonatal PA Residency Program at IU Health is a rigorous 12 month curriculum that aims to harness the skills, knowledge, and talents of PAs who wish to enter the field of neonatal medicine. Our didactic and clinical curriculum, delivered within a culture of team-based interprofessional collaborative practice, strives to provide the PA resident with the medical acumen, critical thinking, and procedural skills necessary to function successfully as a neonatal advanced practice provider.
▪ Exposure to a continuum of care
To positively impact Indiana’s neonatal health outcomes and infant mortality rate by increasing the number of well-trained physician assistants available to work as front-line neonatal advanced practice providers in birth hospitals and neonatal units.
Neonatal PA Residents complete a two-pronged curriculum:
■ Transition Day Content
■ Level IV NICU (21 weeks)
Facilities Clinical Sites Include:
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health Methodist Hospital is a Level III NICU that provides sub-specialty care to infants. Services for neonates include conventional ventilation, high frequency oscillation, high frequency jet ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide and whole body cooling. Neonatal-Perinatal services are provided by IU School of Medicine neonatologists. In addition, medical education is provided to medical students, residents and neonatal fellows. IU Health Methodist NICU is actively involved in and recruits patients for NICHD research studies and projects.
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is Indiana’s only comprehensive children’s hospital, providing sub-specialty care for patients, medical education for clinicians, and state-of-the-art research. Riley at IU Health offers the most advanced neonatology services in Indiana. Our 60bed NICU is one of Indiana’s only comprehensive Level IV NICU nurseries, providing the highest level of care available for all neonatal patients needing specialized treatment options, including an internationally ranked ECMO program. Neonatal-Perinatal services at Riley Hospital have been ranked #4 in the nation by Parent’s Magazine.
■ Intraosseous Access
■ All applications should be submitted electronically as directed on the application form.
■ Additional Information: https://iuhealthrecruitment.org/Physician_Jobs/Advanced
Andrew P. Chastain, MSPAS, PA-C Director, Neonatal PA Residency Program
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Office: (317)944-8837 Email: email@example.com