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Texas Children’s is seeking a Medical Director – Neonatology in Lufkin, TX. The Level II - 8 bed NICU is a new addition and will be managed by Texas Children’s Community Initiatives and supported by Baylor College of Medicine Board Certified/ Board Eligible Neonatologists.
Texas Children’s Community Initiatives program has provided neonatal, pediatric and subspecialty and more recently maternal fetal medicine services to community hospitals since 2003. CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial in Lufkin will be the 12thcommunity hospital partnership and the first in East Texas.
Texas Children’s is a recognized leader in the treatment of babies born with complications or prematurely, and this partnership will allow area residents to have the best care for their babies right in their own community.
CHI St. Luke’s Health will have the only NICU in the region managed by Texas Children’s.
Baylor College of Medicine requires all new employees to provide either proof of COVID-19 vaccination or to submit an acceptable exemption form that is medical or religious based within 60 days of hire to BCM Occupational Health.