Mount Carmel Health System has an excellent full time opportunity for a Board Certified or Board Eligible Thoracic Surgeon to join a Thoracic Surgery team at Mount Carmel East, Mount Carmel St. Ann's and Mount Carmel Grove City located in Columbus, Ohio.
Mount Carmel Health System is seeking an additional Thoracic Surgeon due to unmet demand and growth. All aspects of General Thoracic Surgery are included, both benign and malignant, except for transplantation. This program encompasses Mount Carmel East, Mount Carmel St. Ann's and Mount Carmel Grove City campuses located just outside the Columbus beltway. The vision is each physician will have a home base and provide coverage to all campuses when on call. The Thoracic Surgery program is supported by a DaVinci Xi robot at all three campuses, 17 pulmonary/critical care physicians and a well-established Multi-Disciplinary Tumor Board associated with the Zangmeister Cancer Clinic.
The new surgeon will join a group of four other Cardiothoracic Surgeons (previously trained and/or employed at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Texas Heart Institute, Brooke Army Medical Center, University of Freiburg Medical Center and Newark Beth Israel Medical Center). Call coverage will be 1:6. The team currently includes three dedicated Cardiac Surgeons and one surgeon that practices both Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery. The ideal candidate will have the vision and excitement to grow the Thoracic Surgery volume.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right Thoracic Surgeon to join Mount Carmel Health System.
Mount Carmel Health System offers an excellent compensation and benefits package.
ABOUT THE FACILITY
Mount Carmel East - With the busiest adult emergency department in greater Columbus, Mount Carmel East is growing right along with the east side communities it serves. Our hospital offers a wide range of services through a number of specialty centers and has made an ongoing commitment to technology that has helped set the facility apart. So has our surgical expertise is so respected that knee replacement surgeries from Mount Carmel East are broadcast live to students and visitors at Ohio's Center of Science and Industry.
With growing demands for heart and maternity care on the east side, Mount Carmel responded by creating the Mount Carmel East Heart Center and Mount Carmel East Maternity Center. The Heart Center features Cath labs, an electrophysiology lab, a cardiovascular neuro services center, a post-surgery ICU, a coronary care unit and a step-down unit. The Maternity Center includes labor and delivery rooms, cesarean operating rooms, antepartum rooms and a Level III special care nursery. Among the other state-of-the-art facilities at our hospital in Columbus, Ohio are multiple intensive care units, an endoscopy lab, a neuroscience unit with epilepsy monitoring beds and the Bruce E. Siegel Center for Health Education.
We are now in the midst of a four-year, $310 million campus-wide modernization project that will ensure Mount Carmel East can provide the people-centered healthcare of tomorrow. That includes the addition of a new five-story patient tower, a conversion to all-private rooms, the introduction of level II trauma care, a new surgical suite with 12 operating rooms and 40 perioperative spaces, an expanded cafeteria and kitchen with bistro-like dining and room service, a new main entrance and lobby, expanding parking, peaceful respite areas and parklike outdoor spaces to create an unprecedented patient experience.
Mount Carmel East has earned Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification – the highest level of stroke certification available – from The Joint Commission and American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. To earn this coveted recognition, hospitals must be capable of diagnosing and treating the most complex stroke cases. Mount Carmel East was recognized with a 2018 U.S. News & World Report Regional Best Hospital badge and earned “high performing” ratings in the gastroenterology and GI surgery specialty and in heart failure, colon cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and hip and knee replacement procedures. Only 10-20% of hospitals evaluated for each condition or procedure earn "high performing" ratings.
Mount Carmel St. Ann’s has always been the sole, full-service inpatient hospital in northeast central Ohio. However, thanks to a recent expansion, it’s transformed into regional medical center with a long list of patient-centered facilities and services.
Today St. Ann’s is home to a fully integrated cardiovascular center of excellence with openheart capabilities, a Primary Stroke Center, a dedicated Women’s Health Center, a Maternity Pavilion that welcomes more than 4,500 new babies every year, an award-winning Network Cancer Program, the first Cyberknife® robotic radiosurgery center in central Ohio and a dedicated orthopedics and spine unit.
These state-of-the-art facilities and capabilities, along with our exceptional team of medical professionals, allow Mount Carmel St. Ann’s to provide award-winning, patient-centered care. Mount Carmel St. Ann's was recognized with a 2018 U.S. News & World Report “high performing” rating in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Only 10-20% of hospitals evaluated for each condition or procedure earn "high performing" ratings.
Mount Carmel Grove City - As Grove City's first full service hospital, Mount Carmel is bringing a healthcare focal point to the community with the opening of its 210-bed hospital. Every aspect of the hospital is designed with the patient in mind. From advanced technologies and expanded services to
stunning interiors and tranquil surroundings. It's a healing environment like no other. It's also an innovative healthcare delivery system that integrates sophisticated inpatient medical care with wellness and prevention services.
Mount Carmel Health System – We are dedicated to providing the best in patient-centered care. Our system, comprised of more than 10,000 employees, 2000 physicians, and 900 volunteers, serves more than a million patients in Central Ohio each year. As one of the largest integrated health systems in the community, Mount Carmel provides people-centered care at four hospitals – Mount Carmel East, Mount Carmel Grove City, Mount Carmel St. Ann’s and Mount Carmel New Albany – an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, free-standing emergency centers, outpatient facilities, surgery centers, urgent care centers, primary care and specialty care physician offices, community outreach sites and homes across the region.
Mount Carmel is committed to safe, high-quality care and continues to win national recognition for clinical performance and patient experience. As a health ministry with a charitable mission, Mount Carmel provides considerable benefits to the community each year.
Mount Carmel Health System is part of Trinity Health one of the largest Catholic health care organizations in the United States. Trinity Health is based in Livonia, Michigan, a Catholic national health care system located in Livonia, Michigan.
To find out more about Mount Carmel Health System, visit www.mountcarmelhealth.com