Seeking a BC/BE Interventional Cardiologist to join thriving, cohesive and established Cardiology Team of 4 Interventional Cardiologist, 1 General Cardiologist, 3 PA's, 1 APRN and a dedicated staff of medical staff.
Seeking Interventional Cardiologist who is seeking to practice full scope Cardiology, including, reading TEE’s, Echos, Stress Tests.
Cardiac Cath lab services include, Heart Cath, Peripherals, Coronary and Vascular Interventions, Endovascular procedures, Cardioversions, ICD and Pacemaker insertions (Cardiac Ablations are referred out to Lexington).
EP is available twice per month.
Join a non-Profit Private Hospital who focuses on Quality of Care & Medical Staff Satisfaction. Tremendous Work Environment.
Nationally Ranked - Top 100 Hospitals in the Nation!
Clinic, Hospital, Nuc Med Imaging (stress test reading required)
Starting Salary of $600,000+
Three-year employed agreement and eligible to earn production day one
Compensation for Mid-Level Provider Supervision
CME Stipend of $6,000 annually
Retirement Savings – 403B: Employer match based on a scaled matching schedule. If full 8% is deferred the match will equal 100%.
Life Insurance: Death benefit of twice annual salary.
There is no cap to potential income
Health Insurance- two options for health insurance coverage
26 PTO days and an additional 5 days of CME, Short and Long Term Disability
Continuing medical education allowance of $6,000.00 annually. In addition, 5 days of CME time are allotted without impacting paid time off.
Located approximately 35 miles southwest of Lexington and 75 miles southeast of Louisville.
Enjoy the lifestyle with appeal for all: families, young professionals or a single physician.
The four-season moderate climate makes this community a great place to call home in a beautiful bluegrass setting.
Excellent educational system as well as easy access to collegiate sports venues, cultural arts, recreational waters and parks, and airports.
Dedicated to placing physicians in communities of 50,000 to 250,000 people where the earnings are higher, the cost of living lower, and the opportunity for physicians and their families to pursue a greater quality of life, build a dream home, pay down student loans and retire early.