Non-Invasive Cardiology Job in Midwest Metro

St. John Associates
Springfield, Missouri
Closing date
Apr 26, 2023

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Full Time
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The Practice:

  • Hospital employed cardiology group
  • Dominant provider of healthcare in the region
  • Work with a team of five General Cardiologists, and 16 APPs
  • Experienced partners and mentors
  • Routine diagnostic testing as well as TEE, vascular imaging, Cardiac CT & Cardiac MRI/MRA
  • Women’s Heart Health Program and robust Structural Heart Program
  • Busy practice with a large service area and large corporate contract
  • Competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits

The Community:

  • Mid-sized city with loads of family-friendly recreation
  • 169,000+ residents enjoy pleasant neighborhoods and safe streets
  • Excellent cost of living and reasonable housing costs
  • Short commutes and little traffic
  • Explore miles of hike and bike trails, kayak in the river or lakes nearby
  • Minor league and Division 1 athletics
  • Good public and private local schools, 20,000 students attend a "Best College of the Region"
  • Fly direct to Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and more

Contact –

Carmen May
St. John Associates
800-737-2001 ext. 233

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