At The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, our greatest successes come from our people. With more than 150 years of pediatric firsts, our breakthroughs and outcomes speak to our extraordinary commitment to the patients, families and communities we serve. And our injury prevention programs and educational initiatives ensure their safety. What began in 1855 as the nation’s first hospital devoted exclusively to caring for children is now a world-class medical network for pediatric care, research and prevention.
A career at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia means you’ll work alongside exceptional teammates — people who’ll challenge and support you to bring your very best to the highest level of pediatric care. In this unmatched state-of-the-art environment, you’ll be empowered to achieve more.
When you join the CHOP team, you’ll work with top leaders in their field. Here are just a few.
Rosetta Chiavacci, BSN, CRRC, Senior Clinical Research Program Manager, Center for Applied Genomics
“I have had the best experience here. I have been able to do whatever it is that I wanted to do to grow as a professional. Anytime I was asked if I wanted to try something new, I was able to do that. I am a nurse, that’s my career. But I’ve had the freedom to work in clinical care, to get into research, be able to teach other people, to set up new infrastructure, and help people. Everything I’ve done has helped me build upon my skills. The opportunities truly are limitless.”
Tyonne Hinson, MSN, RN, Director of Neonatal Services, Harriet and Ronald Lassin Newborn/Infant Intensive Care Unit
“I have had the opportunity to do many different things. I was an extern working in the NICU. I’ve worked as a staff nurse where I did a lot of amazing work as an advocate for families where you’re a healer for them. I also feel like a trailblazer. I have the opportunity to work on really important projects that make a difference to the work that nurses do by thinking about new ways to do things — new technologies and implementing them. And as a manager, I’ve been on the side of building and writing policies that really set the stage for how we can put new things into play, think about new implementations as they come down the pike, and really access healthcare for patients at a very vulnerable time.”
Bryan A. Wolf, MD, PhD, Chief Information Officer, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
"We're mission focused and the mission is glorious — we're taking care of the frailest and sickest patients. That's why we invest in the future of our people through training and knowledge. We want to retain these people so they can reach their goals and develop a passion. That can only help us meet our goals."