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RWJBarnabas Health is seeking a clinical leader to join Newark Beth Israel Medial Center as Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Newark, NJ. The Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology will provide leadership in clinical practice, education and research. With an academic appointment with Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, the Chair is also responsible for all teaching activities within the Department, including student, house staff and graduate educational programs. Moreover, the Chair will provide leadership and vision for the future of the department to cultivate an environment of strong collaboration, team-building, and multi-disciplinary approach to patient care. The Chair will also remain clinically active at least 50 percent of his/her time. Qualifications include the following: - Board Certification in Ob/Gyn, ideally with added sub-specialization and boards in Maternal Fetal Medicine - Ability to meet the requirements for an academic appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor level - Keen understanding for developing and leading ACGME accredited residency programs - Previous experience in clinical leadership as Department Vice Chair, as well as experience in healthcare quality, resource management, outcomes improvement, patient safety, and the patient experience - 7+ Years in medical leadership within large, sophisticated, organizations with significant educational programs - Passion for support of underserved and vulnerable patient communities - Robust experience managing high-risk pregnancies - Political savvy, emotional intelligence, and ability to effectively interact at both the multihospital system and local levels