Urogynecologist

first_imgAdvertised: Sep 25 2019 Eastern Daylight TimeApplications close: Valid NJ Medical LicenseCDSDEABoard Certified/Eligible in FPMRSApplicants should submit an online application. Please includeletter of interest and curriculum vitae. Any questions regardingposition prior to applying, please contact Professor and Chair ofOB/GYN, Dr. Adam Holzberg at [email protected] or (856)566-7093.Rowan University values diversity and is committed to equalopportunity in employment.All positions are contingent upon budget appropriations. We DO: HealthyRowan Medicine is more than our name. It is who we are. RowanMedicine is our community – our physicians, nurses, physicianassistants, nurse practitioners, social workers, therapists andstaff members – uniting to bring the best and most convenienthealth care available to you and your family. For more than threedecades, our deep commitment to South Jersey has continued to grow,combining compassion with expertise throughout the region.Because we also teach the next generation of physicians at RowanUniversity’s acclaimed School of Osteopathic Medicine, we providethe leading edge of medical innovation that focuses on promotingwellness for the whole person.We are seeking an OB/GYN or Urology trained physician boardcertified in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery tobe the second physician in our practice. This position is for aphysician who will provide clinical services related to theevaluation and treatment of female pelvic floor disorders. Thephysician will be a member of the Division of Urogynecology &Pelvic Surgery within the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.Call will be split between the two practicing specialists. Theselected candidate will provide and manage comprehensive care towomen in the Gloucester County, NJ area. Additionally, thecandidate will participate in the training and education of medicalstudents, interns, residents and fellows. We practice value-basedcare, creating a high value delivery organization for women’shealthcare that produces the best outcomes and patient experience,while maintaining a great quality of life for the Physician. Comejoin us!Status : Full TimeAvailability : July 2020Call Coverage : One in 2.Opportunity Highlights :Great location – growing area in Southern New Jersey; approximately8 miles from Philadelphia, 1 hour from the Atlantic Ocean and 2hours from New York City. Work in a safe, family-oriented communitywith a superb quality of life offering great schools andneighborhoods.Resident/medical student teaching opportunity through RowanUniversity School of Osteopathic Medicine with appropriate facultyappointment.Recruitment Package:Salary is competitive, accompanied by a comprehensive benefitspackage including a second-to-none deferred contribution and Rowanundergraduate tuition for eligible dependents.Qualifications:The selected candidate must hold the following:last_img read more

Chelsea v Barcelona: Kenedy starts

first_imgKenedy starts for Chelsea in their pre-season friendly against Barcelona in Washington DC.Chelsea are yet to formally complete the signing of the teenager from Fluminese, who have granted permission for him to play for Jose Mourinho’s side in the final game of their American trip.Branislav Ivanovic captains the team, with Kurt Zouma starting at centre-back alongside Gary Cahill.Barcelona’s starting line-up includes former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez. Chelsea: Courtois, Ivanovic, Zouma, Cahill, Azpilicueta, Fabregas, Matic, Kenedy, Oscar, Hazard, Costa. Barcelona: Ter Stegen, Bartra, Douglas, Adriano, Mathieu, Busquets, Rakitic, Gumbau, Ramirez, Suarez, El Haddadi. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

CSSB Commended for Involvement in Communities

first_img Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security, Senator the Hon. Pearnel Charles Jr., is commending the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Community Safety and Security Branch (CSSB) for its commitment to community development. Story Highlights He also expressed delight at the active role that the St. Mary CSSB is playing, and that “we must understand the value of police and citizen relationship in building our nation and keeping Jamaica safer for all of us”, “Having residents actively involved in community crime-prevention efforts will create a force multiplier for local law enforcement, giving them more eyes on the street,” he said. Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security, Senator the Hon. Pearnel Charles Jr., is commending the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Community Safety and Security Branch (CSSB) for its commitment to community development.The Minister, who spoke at the closing of the St. Mary CSSB annual domino competition in Port Maria recently, encouraged community members to assist is the prevention of crimes in their area by participating in activities, such as the domino tournament, to promote togetherness and good values.“Having residents actively involved in community crime-prevention efforts will create a force multiplier for local law enforcement, giving them more eyes on the street,” he said.The State Minister noted that the CSSB has been working hard in building relationships with communities to fight crime.“I must commend the St. Mary Community Safety and Security Branch for hosting this competition that evidently shows the cooperation, dedication and competition among the participants of this Business House Domino Competition,” Senator Charles said.He also expressed delight at the active role that the St. Mary CSSB is playing, and that “we must understand the value of police and citizen relationship in building our nation and keeping Jamaica safer for all of us”,Sergeant Rochelle McGibbon Scott, one of the key leaders of the competition, said she was satisfied with the overall performance.“I am pleased with the reach of this competition. We are in our third year with 10 teams and as the teams increase each year, so does our impact on the different communities,” she noted.Sergeant McGibbon Scott said the camaraderie among the teams and officers is excellent. “I understand the passion for the game. The persons look forward to every Sunday when they come to play,” she added.For his part, initiator of the competition, Corporal Kevron Miller, is pleased with the progress the CSSB and the community have made.“The main objective was to get stakeholders, police and citizens working together to bridge that gap in their relationship. We have achieved that, based on my observations today,” Corporal Miller said.He noted that persons from different communities across the parish are now “extending a hand of friendship” to each other.The finals of the competition saw first-time entrant, Baileys Vale United, copping first place, with Bullet Strikers placing second and Islington Strikers taking third place.last_img read more

Jamaica Urged to Step Up Efforts to Protect Cultural Heritage

first_img Ambassador Olisa acknowledged Jamaica’s policies for protection, preservation and development of its natural, cultural and built heritage through a series of laws, in addition to entities dedicated to such work. Story Highlights According to the Ambassador, development of Jamaica’s outstanding cultural heritage assets is key to sustainable development, as it ensures that the product will be a reflection of the culture and aspiration of the Jamaican people. Nigerian High Commissioner to Jamaica, Her Excellency Ambassador Janet Olisa, is urging Jamaica to take steps to accelerate the preservation of its cultural heritage and to protect itself from cultural erosion. Nigerian High Commissioner to Jamaica, Her Excellency Ambassador Janet Olisa, is urging Jamaica to take steps to accelerate the preservation of its cultural heritage and to protect itself from cultural erosion.“It is imperative and absolutely a matter of national necessity for Jamaica to preserve its cultural heritage… through technology and integration, which are fundamental and basic in our present age and time,” she said.She was speaking at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) Culture Clubs of Jamaica’s Eastern Region Consultation 2018, held on Thursday (November 29) at the University of Technology (UTech) campus, St. Andrew.Ambassador Olisa, who spoke on the topic: ‘Preserving Jamaica’s Cultural Heritage through Technology and Cultural Integration,’ said the adoption of digital technology in non-western cultures, such as Jamaica and African countries, contributes to the erosion of local cultural values and practice.“Cultural degeneration, in turn, leads to loss of identity and pride among young people, destroying their focus and productivity and ultimately retarding social progress,” she emphasised.Ambassador Olisa advised that the answer does not lie in restricting access to gadgets, the Internet and media content in a bid to preserve culture.  On the contrary, “providing access to more local content is key to keeping people in touch with their roots”, she argued.“Thankfully, technology has evolved to a state where there are so many tools easily available to create the software, graphics, websites, music, video that will teach society, transmit aspects of the culture to be used in particular,  and, indeed, (enable people) to share their identity with everyone in a global village,” she noted further.Ambassador Olisa acknowledged Jamaica’s policies for protection, preservation and development of its natural, cultural and built heritage through a series of laws, in addition to entities dedicated to such work.She noted, however, the need to address the lack of resources; involve people in the development and management of assets; and implementation of the legislative framework for the protection of the environment, the built heritage, and promotion of Jamaica’s culture.She said that although. historically, the cultural heritage of Jamaica is deeply rooted in its African origin, over time, there has been disengagement because of the effects of western culture, resulting in much ignorance about Africa.“Unfortunately, over the centuries, the cultural heritage has become eroded, principally due to the geographical proximity of Jamaica to the western world. Technology further increased the divide and extended the alienation of Jamaica from its African roots,” she argued.According to the Ambassador, development of Jamaica’s outstanding cultural heritage assets is key to sustainable development, as it ensures that the product will be a reflection of the culture and aspiration of the Jamaican people.last_img read more

New Mayor of Kingston takes Office

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Recommended for you #MagneticMediaNews ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDTcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppKingston, Jamaica, December 21, 2016 – Government Senator, Councillor Delroy Williams, is the new Mayor of Kingston and St. Andrew.  He was installed during a ceremony at the Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation on Church Street in downtown Kingston, on December 15.The function was presided over by Principal Returning Officer of the Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ), Albert Johnson.  Senator Williams, who is the Councillor for the Seivright Gardens division in West Central St. Andrew, will also serve as the Corporation’s Chairman.He succeeds Senator, Councillor Dr. Angela Brown Burke, who held the position from 2012 to 2016, and who performed the symbolic “robing” of the new Mayor, which marks the transition of leadership.  His Deputy will be Councillor for the Waterloo division in North East St. Andrew, Winston Ennis, who succeeds Councillor Andrew Swaby of the Vineyard Town division in South East St. Andrew.All 40 Councillors also took the Oath of Affirmation during the ceremony, which was attended by several officials.  They were headed by Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, who represented Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness; wife of the Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Juliet Holness; Local Government and Community Development Minister, Hon. Desmond McKenzie; and Opposition Spokesman on Science, Energy and Technology, Phillip Paulwell, who represented Opposition Leader, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller.Also in attendance were Custos Rotulorum for Kingston, Hon. Steadman Fuller; and Senate President, Hon. Tom Tavares-Finson.  In his address, Dr. Chang, in congratulating the Mayor, his deputy and the councillors, underscored that local government represented the first point of contact for citizens in Jamaica’s governance structure. “You will be the (person) in the community who people will look to for leadership, for guidance and for first contact with the authorities and Government.   It is an enormous responsibility, and I ask that you carry out your representation with dignity, with care and concern for those you represent,” he urged.In his remarks, Mr. McKenzie, who also commended the councillors, urged them to use the Corporation as a vehicle of transformation and change that will advance the work of local government across Kingston and St. Andrew.  He challenged the new Mayor to “forge a partnership that will be beneficial to the city… that will cross the political boundaries.”For his part, Senator Williams expressed gratitude for the support of Prime Minister Holness, in whose constituency his division is located.  He also thanked members of his family and residents who facilitated his  re-election, while encouraging councillors on both sides of the aisle to collaborate in ensuring that they administer the business of the Corporation in the best interest of the citizens.The ruling Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) regained control of the Corporation after winning 21 of the 40 divisions in the country’s strongest municipal corporation, during the recent Local Government Elections.  The remaining 19 divisions were won by the People’s National Party (PNP). Related Items:#magneticmedianews The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provolast_img read more

TCI Opposition Leader bemoans one man review of TCI Statutory Boards

first_img UK Chief Financial Officer sits final Cabinet Meeting Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #NIBdebateintheHouseofAssembly, #StephenTurnbull Turks and Caicos Statutory Board review report released, Government to embark on vigorous reforms Recommended for youcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, December 5, 2017 – Providenciales – During house of Assembly meeting last Thursday, leader of the Opposition Washington Misick during debate on the change in the make-up of the National Health Insurance Board offered suggestions on the larger body of work which needs doing when it comes to statutory bodies in the country.    Hon Misick said while he agreed that the statutory boards are in dire need of review, he did not agree that the review was being conducted by just one man.That man is Stephen Turnbull, whom Magnetic Media learned was invited to apply for the consultancy job to conduct a stringent review of the government statutory boards and won it.    The name is familiar because the man is no stranger to the Turks and Caicos, in fact he had been the country’s Chief Financial Officer up until April 2017; the CFO position has been laid dormant due in large part to the repayment by the Turks and Caicos of the UK bail-out loan.Turnbull, from the UK is still here and still functioning in Government.   The former CFO is a lone-man review commission established after a freeze was put on business as usual for the government boards.   In April, the Governor announced that a review was coming for all statutory boards following expensive problems at the National Health Insurance Board.The fifth All Island member, Washington Misick during House of Assembly debate struck a strong chord when he expressed his disdain at the one man show and shared that he was also not certain if the man selected for the work, should be running the review.#MagneticMediaNews#StephenTurnbull#NIBdebateintheHouseofAssembly Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more