Your Dream Job Awaits…Practicing Pediatrics The Way It’s Supposed To Be
Boca VIPediatrics, the nation’s first “pediatric smart office” is growing and we’re looking for a one-in-a-million type pediatrician to join our family. We are a family run office with a BIG heart – and every one of our team members become part of our family! Practice pediatrics in the way you’ve always dreamed; no more seeing 20+ patients per day in the office, no more late night office hours or rushed visits, instead spend more time getting to know your patients and families, and most of all, more time with your own family and loved ones. This is a unique opportunity for a forward-thinking Pediatrician who wants to work with like-minded forward thinkers and grow with an amazing company!
Boca Raton, FL, is a growing epicenter of young families, beautiful beaches, world class shopping and restaurants, and tons of kids! Boca Raton is filled with A rated public schools as well as top ranked private schools, beautiful single-family homes, and is located just 30 minutes south of West Palm Beach and 30 minutes north of Ft. Lauderdale.
We have a tried and true, unique model of pediatric care at Boca VIPediatrics. Using direct primary care or our membership model, we limit our practice size. That means you’ll take care of just a fraction of the number of patients that a typical pediatric office would see. You’ll build relationships, watch children grow up, and most of all, have the time to spend with each family to ensure each and every child is truly getting the best care possible. You’ll practice the kind of pediatrics the way it’s supposed to be done.
- Amazing Salary + Bonuses. Work in Primary Care Pediatrics with a Specialist’s Salary.
- Flexible Hours + Call Schedule
- Very Limited Practice Size
- Competitive Benefits Package + Paid Time Off
- Relaxed Office Schedule With No More Than 10 Patients Per Day
- Dedicated Office Staff + Assistants
- Old-fashioned Service + The Most Modern Medicine through Virtual care and Pediatric Smart Office Capabilities
- Opportunity to become a preceptor/faculty at FAU Medical School
How does a concierge/direct primary care model of pediatrics work?
We have our membership model of care down to a science. Each Pediatrician will take a *very* limited number of patients. The limited number of patients always allows for longer well checks, same day sick visits, and a manageable number of virtual encounters (emails, texts). During the day, you’ll be seeing patients for well checks and sick visits, as well as handling virtual care for patients with quick and easy questions. We don’t answer to insurance companies, and we don’t have to deal with red tape when a child needs to be seen. We get to truly provide the best care for our patients and get kids better, faster. We have close relationships with all the top pediatric specialists, so we can help quarterback care and truly provide that old-fashioned style of care and get to know our patients and families. We value integrity most of all and utilize evidence-based medicine to provide the very best care for our patients.
Will I really be on call 24/7? Will I get calls all night long?
Not even close. Because you’ll work with such a small number of families, they’ll have more time at appointments to spend with their doctor. When you’re available and reachable virtually, they will often times not have to come in for a sick visit for quick questions and diagnoses that can be made with a photo, video, or over the phone. Being contacted by a family in the middle of the night happens less than a handful of times per year, mainly because illnesses usually don’t begin in the middle of the night. We’ve already given anticipatory guidance and parents have the extra layer of assurance that should something be truly urgent, they can always reach us. Because families know that after-hours call ring directly to our cell phones, they are very respectful of the services we offer. We also have protocol in place for best practice contact methods so that the virtual care is never abusive or overwhelming. Our membership model of care leads to happier patients AND happier doctors. Our pediatricians value time with their own families above all else, and we’ve built a “dream job” schedule to create the perfect work/life balance.
Will I have my own patients? How does your practice recruit new patients?
Each doctor in our practice has their own set of patients. This way, you will develop and grow close relationships with all of your families and provide the very best care since you’ll know their health history the best. Each physician takes turns covering on weekends and for vacation time to assure that each doctor will get ample time off in addition to a “golden weekend” to be completely off every month, in addition to 2-3 out of office days per week.
Our practice has a very large word-of-mouth following and we are already on a waiting list for several age groups. We do a ton of community events, media, blogs, Facebook videos, and each new physician has their own dedicated marketing director to help recruit new patients. Our doctors become local celebrities!
How can I utilize my own special interests within pediatrics in this position?
We’re passionate about working with passionate people. Wherever your special interests may be, we want to showcase them. Through blogging, community events, news/media, Facebook/Instagram live videos, and patient education, we’re committed to presenting your platform to our community and working with you on the areas of interest that drive you.
Want to learn more?
Please send your CV to Admin@BocaVIPediatrics.com so we can learn a little more about you. We look forward to hearing from you!
Who is Boca VIPediatrics?
Nice to meet you! We’re not some huge corporation who hires hundreds of doctors. We’re a family. We’re passionate about creating a culture and family-like atmosphere of like-minded professionals who value personalized care.
Dr. Chad Rudnick, MD FAAP
Founder & Board-Certified Pediatrician
Dr. Chad Rudnick, MD, FAAP is a board-certified pediatrician born and raised in Boca Raton, FL. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida, graduating with honors and attended medical school at the University of South Florida College of Medicine (Tampa, FL). He completed his pediatric residency training at Miami Children’s Hospital, ranked as one of the “Best Children’s Hospitals in the United States” by U.S. News & World Report. Seeing that children’s health care is too often approached like an “assembly line”, Dr. Rudnick set out to practice medicine akin to pediatricians in the early-mid 1900s, spending as much time as needed with each patient and getting to know all of his families. Boca VIPediatrics prides itself on providing old-fashioned service and treating each child as a VIP. Dr. Rudnick is the 2016 recipient of “Best Pediatrician” in the Best of Boca/Boca Raton Forum by Sun-Sentinel and Forum Publishing, as well as a “Top Doc” from 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 as voted by Concierge Medicine Today.
Dr. Rudnick has long been an advocate for his patients and children across the nation as a published writer and public speaker. He has worked with the American Academy of Pediatrics on advocacy projects to keep children safe from gun violence. Additionally, he partnered with the American Cancer Society on the “Pass the Buck” campaign which brought much needed research dollars to cancer research and helped to decrease the percentage of children who start smoking. He is an active member in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and is a contributor to the AAP Council on Communications and Media. He can be followed on Twitter: @Peds_doc.
As a writer, he has published several articles in medical journals and has co-authored a chapter on allergy/immunology in the Textbook of Family Medicine. He also acts as a contributing author to BocaParent.com, The Parklander Magazine, MomsMiami.com, and KevinMD.com. Additionally, Dr. Rudnick maintains a pediatric based blog where he writes about common conditions affecting children and adolescents. His other interests include medical education and frequently serves as a preceptor for medical students and resident physicians as well as speaking at pre-med programs throughout the country. He is an Affiliate Assistant Professor of General Pediatrics at The Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. In addition, Dr. Rudnick has authored a book detailing the journey for students interested in a career as a doctor, The Ultimate Guidebook For Getting Into Medical School. Dr. Rudnick is also the lead researcher on an Internationally acclaimed study on the use of virtual reality for the reduction of pain and fear during childhood immunizations. As a clinical telemedicine specialist, Dr. Rudnick advises on several emerging pediatric medical technologies as he is passionate about the use of telemedicine in pediatrics to improve the quality of care.
Dr. Rudnick lives in Boca Raton, FL with his wife, Ashley, their daughter, Aria, and their dog, Snuggie. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family with hobbies and interests including baseball, basketball, cooking, and theatre.
Dr. Paul Gilbert, M.D. FAAP
Dr. Paul Gilbert is a board-certified pediatrician who grew up in northern Indiana and graduated with honors from Purdue University with a bachelors degree in biochemistry. He then completed his medical school training at Johns Hopkins University, ranked the #1 Hospital in America by U.S. News & World Report. During medical school, he did research on antibiotic drug discovery, tutored at a local elementary school, and taught a local “Sunday School” class every weekend. He graduated with honors, being elected to the prestigious national medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha.
He then traveled to his family’s home state, Florida, to complete his pediatric training at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg. During his residency, he was published in Contemporary Pediatrics, a peer-reviewed pediatric journal and won the “Resident Teacher” award. He created and implemented a new curriculum to improve residents’ teaching skills and thoroughly enjoys working with residents and medical students. At the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics inaugural “Brain Bowl” competition amongst the 9 pediatric residency programs in Florida, he helped lead the Johns Hopkins All Children’s team to victory and the State Championship title.
His passion for working with children extends beyond the medical field, as he has worked for 7 summers at a sleep-away camp, KenMont & KenWood. There he has had experience as a general counselor, head staff, and camp physician (and novice water skier). He hopes to maintain a strong connection with summer camps throughout his career.
He is an Affiliate Assistant Professor of General Pediatrics at The Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University, and the recipient of “Top Doctor” for 2017 & 2018 with Palm Beach Illustrated.
In his free time, he enjoys reading, golfing, and taking advantage of the Florida life (Disney Annual Passholder and expert beach-goer).
President, VIP Director
Ashley’s career began working with the largest entertainment and hospitality company in the world, The Walt Disney Company. After nearly 10 years of performing in 110 cities and 6 continents worldwide, writing, directing, and working in entertainment creative marketing, Ashley and her husband decided to join forces professionally to create “the ultimate pediatric experience.” Adding her own sprinkle of “Disney magic” to our pediatric smart office, her vision is to create the most personalized experience for our VIPs. Ashley handles all aspects of creative marketing, outreach, and public relations, as well as manages the practice. Ashley is the recipient of the 2016 “Top Woman in the Business of Concierge Medicine” by Concierge Medicine Today. Additionally, she developed the “Mommy Recommened, Pediatrician Approved” blog and facebook live series, which spotlights tips, tricks, support, and favorite products for parents. She coordinates all live events, classes, workshops, and media relations for Boca VIPediatrics and developed the Baby University program, our ongoing boot camp for expectant parents currently held at Boca Raton Regional Hospital.
She serves as a volunteer lead with The Little Smiles Foundation, a local non-profit which delivers toys, entertainment, food, and smiles to children in local hospitals, hospices, and shelters, and helped start the program at West Boca Medical Center. In her free time, she enjoys going to Disney World, theatre, and family outings.
Her favorite role, of course, is “mommy” to daughter, Aria Gem.