The University of Louisville School of Medicine's Division of Cardiovascular Medicine with UofL Health is seeking is seeking a board-certified electrophysiologist with at least five years experience to join its expanding program. The division is expecting strong growth and recruitment over the next two years and as such is poised to become a regional leader in cardiac service line delivery and patient volumes. There is strong financial backing and commitment from the university to achieve its educational, research, and clinical care missions.
The ideal candidate will be an academically-oriented clinician who excels in both patient care and teaching of house staff and fellows with a strong interest in clinical or translational research. A competitive annual salary of $550k plus potential productivity bonus is offered in addition to a robust recruitment package.
ABOUT THE POSITION
The appropriate candidate will have clinical interests in consultative and outpatient EP care and expertise in all aspects of clinical cardiac electrophysiology including implantable devices, mapping and complex ablations. Excellent opportunities for collaborative research exist with the state-of-the-art facilities at the Institute of Molecular Cardiology. Applicants must possess or be eligible for Kentucky licensure.
UofL Cardiology has a robust academic department consisting of specialists in all subdivisions of Cardiology including electrophysiology, interventional and structural cardiology, heart failure and transplant/mechanical device support, ECMO, cardio-oncology, preventive cardiology, advanced imaging and complex cardiac and aortic/vascular surgery.
Research initiatives are encouraged and candidates will be expected to establish an academic portfolio and an area of expertise. Fellow and resident education is an integral component of the job. There are opportunities for academic advancement and leadership in committees depending on the level of interest and performance.
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Medical degree from an accredited school of medicine; board certification in cardiology, and eligibility for licensure in Kentucky are required.
- Competitive salary with wRVU bonus potential
- Comprehensive provider health, dental and retirement benefits
- Faculty appointment and rank at the University of Louisville School of Medicine will be commensurate with experience and credentials
- Annual CME allotment
- Recruitment package including sign-on and relocation
- Free tuition to the University of Louisville for immediate family members
Interested cardiologists, please submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to the attn of the department Chief of Cardiology, Dinesh Kalra, MD at via Stephanie Rogers, physician recruiter at email@example.com.
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