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Vascular Surgery Opportunity - Veterans Administration Las Vegas

Employer
Department of Veterans Affairs
Location
Las Vegas, Nevada
Closing date
Oct 2, 2024

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Specialty
Surgery, Surgery, Vascular
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent

Join our growing Vascular Surgery practice at the Veterans Administration in Las Vegas, NV! The functions and responsibilities of the Vascular Surgeon include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Provide direct patient care in the outpatient clinics, in-patient settings, operating rooms, intensive care, and the emergency room settings.
  • Vascular surgeon will be responsible for the initial evaluation and overall workup, history and physical, and admission of vascular surgery patients, as needed.
  • Vascular Surgeon is responsible for final interpretation of Vascular Non-invasive studies completed in the Vascular Lab.
  • Responsible for providing patients with education concerning their disease state and expected treatment regimen.
  • Will contribute to the educational activities of the Department of Vascular surgery at the academic affiliate by working with and supervising fellows, residents and medical students.
  • Referral, when indicated, of patients with complex health problems to other providers within the medical center or to other VA Medical Centers. Consultations with physicians and others , when requested to augment the care of their patients.
  • Ensures quality assurances of the service and the delivery of healthcare by participating in service, and institutional peer reviews; gathering and responding to reports of contact, incident reports, signed statements, and customer service complaints; and, participating in root cause analysis.
  • Participates effectively in team meetings and various committees such as treatment planning conferences and other required institutional assigned committees.
  • Other assigned duties by the Chief of Staff within clinical privileges to meet the needs of the organization.
  • Common cases include: arteriosclerotic arterial occlusive disease, venous insufficiency, varicose veins, cerebrovascular, AV (arteriovenous) access, and aortic and other aneurysms.
  • Provides care of the Veterans' medical needs by performing examination, surgical consultation, and developing treatment and follow-up plans.
  • Physician will provide ongoing patient and family education throughout the course of treatment.

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