Structural Interventional opening near the Oregon Coast!

Quorum Health
Springfield, Oregon
Closing date
Mar 26, 2024

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Full Time
Position Type
McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center, located in beautiful Springfield, OR is seeking a Structural Interventional Cardiologist to provide full-time services.

    Practice experience required. Employed Position. Clinic has experienced Cath Lab and Nursing Staff (Gold Beacon Award). Newly constructed Cath Labs and ORs. Newly constructed Hybrid Rooms and CC Unit. Cardiology Clinic has 16 exam rooms. Cardiology Program consists of 2 Invasive and 2 Interventional Cardiologists, 2 General Cardiologists, 1 Cardiac EP Physician, and Advanced Practitioners. Cardiothoracic Surgery Backup. Clinic is located adjacent to Hospital.
  • Dedicated CT Anesthesiologists.
Candidate Requirements:

  • Experience in Structural Interventional Cardiology and TAVR required.
  • Diagnostic Caths, PCI, CTO, PFO, Impella, Pacing Devices.
  • US Board Certified Physician.
  • Benefits May Include:

    Nationally Competitive Compensation Package. Incentive Compensation/Productivity Bonus with No Cap. Annual CME allowance. Relocation Package. Commencement Bonus. Medical Education Debt Assistance.
  • Cellular Phone Reimbursement.
  • Full Employee Benefits Package and more!

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