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If you have any opportunities you would like listed please send an email to: [email protected] or speak to your MJN Enfamil Representative who volunteer their time helping our society




Employment Opportunities: 

Pediatrician Needed: 

Well-established practice, located in Port St. Lucie, Florida, seeks a Pediatrician. Great Working Environment, Electronic Medical Records, PT or FT, salary negotiable, Malpractice Insurance included,401K, BC/ BE New Graduates Welcome to apply. Please email CV to [email protected]  or Fax: 772-344-1786

Par-time Nurse Practitioner Needed

Over 50 year established pediatric practice with two locations seeking a part-time Nurse Practitioner with pediatric experience preferred. Must be able to work independently, possess knowledge of clinical management, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of children under the age of 18. Must have strong communication/management skills. Previous EMR experience a plus. Must possess Florida license.   Please fax resume to 561-242-9548 or email [email protected]


Volunteer Opportunities: 



Pat Reeves Village 


is a member of a collaborative of service providers representing a continuum of care for the homeless and homeless at-risk in Palm Beach County. Pat Reeves Village is an emergency shelter for homeless families with dependent children and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Families in the shelter are part of a structured, supportive program that includes crisis counseling provided by The Center. Pediatric providers are needed for a lecture series at 6pm on Thursday evenings at the center. The residents attend and often challenge the provider with many thoughtful questions.  These lectures can be about any pediatric bread-and-butter topic but turn mostly into a question and answer session.  Please contact Dr. Roy Cacciaguida at [email protected] if you can volunteer your time!  Let's support this wonderful program!


According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, "drowning accounts for nearly
1,100 deaths of children aged 1 to 9 years each year, making it the second leading cause of unintentionalalt
injury death in this age group. For every pediatric drowning death, another two children are hospitalized
after nonfatal drowning injuries."
The Drowning Prevention Coalition (DPC) is a county government entity whose mission is: To prevent
drowning, near-drowning and other water-related incidents in Palm Beach County by educating residents
on water safety and basic rescue techniques. To achieve its mission, the Coalition:
1. provides free, land based water safety education to audiences of all ages
2. offers free water safety swimming lessons for qualified children ages 3-12
3. disseminates drowning prevention materials at health and safety fairs
With a staff of just two people, the Coalition needs pediatricians to assist with its life saving endeavors. For
more information please call 561-616-7068 or visit www.pbcgov.org/dpc for additional drowning
prevention information. The DPC is funded by the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners
and the Children's Services Council of Palm Beach County.




Residency preceptors needed for incoming pediatric interns. There are a few different opportunities for you to be involved in educating these residents, from continuity clinic experience to monthly ambulatory rotations.  Please contact Bradley Feuer for more information at [email protected].