Maternal Fetal Medicine Faculty

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Faculty

The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the MetroHealth System, Case Western Reserve University is seeking applications for a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Subspecialist to expand to a seven-member division .

The Department offers OB/Gyn specialty and subspecialty services at multiple sites across the MetroHealth System and our Cleveland community. We are seeking a clinically oriented physician who will practice at one or more of our clinical sites and will participate in fellow, resident, and medical student education. A successful candidate will possess excellent interpersonal and teaching skills, will be Board Certified or a candidate for Certification in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and eligible for licensure in the State of Ohio. This position is anticipated to be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the Department of Reproductive Biology at Case Western Reserve University. Academic rank and dedicated research time will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

In addition to being a Clinical Center within the Eunice Kennedy Shriver NICHD-MFMU (Jennifer Bailit, MD, MPH - PI) and NuMoM2b-HHS2 (Brian Mercer, M.D. - PI) Research Networks, the Division's ongoing funded research includes studies regarding hypertension, preterm birth prediction and prevention, fetal membrane physiology, and evaluation and implementation of quality of care measures. Our perinatal database is the oldest ongoing electronic database in the country - extending back to 1974. Our electronic Medical Record extends back to 2000. Each of these provides significant opportunity for research addressing pregnancy complications, generational impacts of health disparities and social determinants of health. The Case Western Reserve University CTSA-Clinical Research Unit is located adjacent to our L&D and NICU suites, offering support for clinical and bench research. The population we serve is diverse, both socially and economically. Our faculty is committed to caring for all, and to improving the health of our whole community. We are actively involved in the education of MetroHealth's MFM fellows, residents and Case Western Reserve University medical students. CWRU offers the only Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship in Northeast Ohio.

The MetroHealth System is redesigning our campus with an innovative transformation plan to exceed the ever-changing needs of our patients and community programs. This billion-dollar transformation is the largest public construction project in Cuyahoga County and one of the largest in the nation. In November 2022 the MetroHealth community moved into the new hospital, featuring 270 private rooms and new state of the art facilities to support our patients and staff. In January 2023, the new Labor and Delivery and NICU will open. MetroHealth is also a national leader in population health initiatives and improving the social determinants of community health. We invite you to be our partner in this important journey as we strive to transform health care in Northeast Ohio.

Cleveland, Ohio offers a great lifestyle.
  • The Arts - largest theater complex outside of New York City, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the renowned Cleveland Orchestra & one of the world's leading art museums
  • Outdoor activities - Lake Erie for boating and beaches
  • Expansive park system surrounding the city with many hiking and biking opportunities
  • Nationally renowned food and dining scene
  • Diverse economy - manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, biomedical
  • Great cost of living - 21% lower than the national average
  • Professional Sports - Major League teams (Indians, Browns and Cavaliers)
  • Ease of transit - rated the 6th best city in the US for commuters

If you are interested in our position or would like additional information, please contact:

Britt Artino, Provider Recruiter,

Kelly Gibson, M.D., FACOG

Director, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine, Department of Ob/Gyn, The MetroHealth System.

Donald Wiper, M.D.

Chair, Department of Ob/Gyn, The MetroHealth System

In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University and The MetroHealth System are committed to Equal Opportunity and World Class Diversity

About Us

The MetroHealth System is an essential health system committed to providing health care to everyone in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and improving the health of the community overall. Its 7,500 employees deliver care to everyone at its main campus, just west of downtown Cleveland.

MetroHealth is an integrated health system with an acute care hospital housing a Level I Adult Trauma and Burn Center with full trauma surgical teams ready around the clock, a skilled nursing facility, and more than 27 locations throughout Cuyahoga County and Medina County with more on the way. Annually, we handle more than one million patient visits including more than 100,000 in the Emergency Department, one of the busiest in the country. That's an average of 274 Emergency Department visits per day.