Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Physicians
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To discuss this opportunity in person with Physicians from Norton Pulmonary Specialists or Brittany Brohm, senior physician recruiter, at the 2019 CHEST Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana October 21 – 23, stop by booth #1813. Or you can reach Brittany Brohm at (502) 777-6533.
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Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Physicians
Norton Medical Group, a part of Norton Healthcare in Louisville, Kentucky, is recruiting board-certified pulmonary, critical care-trained and sleep medicine physicians. These physicians will join Norton Pulmonary Specialists, a comprehensive practice consisting of critical care, general and interventional pulmonary care, and sleep medicine. The practice is part of Norton Medical Group, an integrated multidisciplinary team of more than 1,000 employed medical providers, including over 280 adult primary care physicians and more than 70 oncologists.
About the positions
- Office-based opportunities available working with a staff of nine physicians and five advanced practice providers
- Custom mix of inpatient and outpatient opportunities available based on applicant’s interests
- Opportunities to exclusively practice in sleep medicine
- Opportunities to exclusively practice critical care
- Subspecialty pulmonary medicine opportunities available
- Opportunities to participate in Norton Cancer Institute’s Comprehensive Lung Center
- Research support services available through the Norton Clinical Research Group
Why Norton Healthcare for your career?
- Physician-led Norton Medical Group provides full operational support
- Epic electronic medical records system integrated into 100 percent of practices and hospitals
- Strong support network of advanced practice providers, nurse navigators, educators and social workers
- Leadership development opportunities through the Provider Leadership Academy
- Strong continued investment in technology and physical spaces for improved patient care environments
About the Norton Cancer Institute Comprehensive Lung Center
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for men and women in the United States. More people are diagnosed with and die from lung cancer in Kentucky than any other state in the nation. In addition, Kentucky has the highest percentage (26%) of
adults who smoke cigarettes. In 2015, Norton Healthcare created the Comprehensive Lung Center, managed by Norton Cancer Institute. The center offers personalized attention and continuity of care, focusing on lung cancer screening and prevention,
diagnosis and treatment, along with a specialty emphasis on smoking cessation. Features include:
- Multidisciplinary team of pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons, and medical and surgical oncologists
- Two lung nurse navigators who assist with patient education, track and ensure adequate follow-up for patients who have cancer screenings, and ensure patients comply with treatment plans developed for them
- Lung Clinic: Diagnosis and treatment for patients whose cancer screenings show an abnormal result. Features include electromagnetic navigational bronchoscopy using LungGPS, cutting-edge technology for early diagnosis of lung cancer.
About Norton Sleep Centers
There are four Louisville-based Norton Sleep Center locations. The sleep center at Norton Audubon Hospital was established in 1983 and was the first in Kentucky. Our sleep centers feature:
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine accreditation
- Registered sleep technologists and board-certified sleep medicine physicians
- 25 total beds: six at Norton Sleep Center – Audubon, eight at Norton Sleep Center – Brownsboro, six at Norton Sleep Center – Newburg and five at Norton Sleep Center – Pleasure Ridge Park
- Robust patient volume leading to more than 4,850 in-lab studies and 2,600 home sleep tests in 2018 More information is available at NortonSleepCenters.com.
Critical care services
The Norton Healthcare system includes four adult-service hospitals with 1,537 licensed beds, including 138 adult critical care beds. The hospitals provide inpatient and outpatient general care as well as comprehensive specialty care, including heart, neuroscience, cancer, orthopedic and women’s care. Our critical care services support:
- Advanced circulatory support programs (ECMO/VAD)
- Three certified Primary Stroke Centers and one Comprehensive Stroke Center
- American College of Cardiology accreditation as Chest Pain Centers and Atrial Fibrillation Centers of Excellence
- Comprehensive cardiac surgery services, including minimally invasive valve, structural heart, Cox-Maze and convergent procedures
- Comprehensive neurosurgery services, completing more than 5,400 surgical cases each year
Requirements for the positions:
- Medical degree/diploma
- Residency/fellowship certification
- Kentucky medical license or license eligible
About Norton Medical Group
Norton Medical Group, a physician-led medical group, maintains 25 years of experience operating physician practices and Norton Immediate Care Centers throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana. As a division of Norton Healthcare, Norton Medical Group provides comprehensive management and support services to its medical providers and locations. More than 1,000 employed medical providers and over 3,000 employees work at more than 250 locations. Patients have access to multidisciplinary resources through the division’s extensive network of primary and specialty care practices and urgent care centers. More information is available at NortonMedicalGroup.com.
Living in Louisville
While Louisville is probably best known for being the home of the Kentucky Derby, the city also combines a vibrant and affordable Midwestern lifestyle with an acclaimed arts community, a passion for sports and a wide array of spiritual, cultural and recreational options. Louisville is situated along the Ohio River and is home to 173 parks. The city also boasts one of the state’s finest educational systems, including 173 public schools, 104 private and parochial schools, and nearly 30 colleges and universities. Louisville was ranked as the third most affordable place to live in the United States by Trulia.com, and has an abundance of housing options, from beautiful horse farms to contemporary downtown condos to convenient suburban communities. National Geographic named Louisville a top 10 food city in 2015 and listed it among the Best Cities in the U.S. in 2018. For four consecutive years (2015 to 2018), Louisville received a perfect 100 score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
Norton Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
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