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Urszula Tajchman - Pediatric cardiologist

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Job Info

Employer:
Pediatric Heart Center of Central Oregon,  The Heart Center

Employer Home Page:
http://www.pedheartcenter.com/index.php

Position Type:
Research
Health Care

Job skills:
Complex problem solving
Synthesizing information
Communication

Urszula Tajchman's Job:
In her job,  Urszula treats children with heart disease,  as well as conducting research in molecular biology.

My Previous Jobs:
Urszula did a residency in Pediatrics,  University of Colorado,  and a fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology at the University of Iowa. She worked as a pediatric cardiologist at the University of South Dakota before becoming the first pediatric cardiologist in Central Oregon in 2002.

Career Facts

Employer Type:
Medical

Current Location:
Bend, OR

Physics Degree:
Bachelor

Educational Information

BS - Physics,  Biology,  and Foreign Language,  West Virginia University
MD - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

More about Urszula Tajchman

Direct link to Urszula Tajchman's profile:
http://www.pedheartcenter.com/bios.php

Urszula Tajchman

Biography:

Urszula received her medical training at the Johns Hopkins Univeristy. She then did her residency in Pediatrics at the University of Colorado, and a fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology at the University of Iowa. She worked as a pediatric cardiologist at the University of South Dakota before becoming the first pediatric cardiologist in Central Oregon in 2002. Urszula is board certified in pediatrics and pediatric cardiology.

She says that the best things about her job are caring for patients, teaching children and parents about their health, and studying therapies for disease.