Academic Hospitalist needed to join new program
Physician-Led Medicine in Southern Indiana
Internal Medicine Residency Faculty
Stipend and Renewable Loan Repayment program
The Department of Medicine at Indiana University – Evansville/Good Samaritan is seeking an academic internist to work at our medical center with opportunities to work at St. Vincent-Evansville. Appointment will be at the Assistant or Associate level and requires board eligibility/certification in Internal Medicine. This is an excellent opportunity to join the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSOM) full-time faculty while working at two of the premier hospitals in Southern Indiana. Duties include clinical care in primarily the inpatient setting, with a focus on teaching our outstanding house staff and medical students.
- Regional Referral Center reaching a 10-county service area in southwestern Indiana and southeastern Illinois
- Program Director & Associate Program Director have decades of experience mentoring junior faculty
- Academic mentoring
- Flexible practice styles
- ACGME faculty credits
- Curriculum science and scholarship opportunities
Good Samaritan is a regional healthcare center providing quality care to patients with cutting edge technology. Our historic city offers state of the art healthcare, top notch education and diverse arts & cultural opportunities. With multiple living options, entertainment, restaurants and a vibrant Main Street, residents often refer to Vincennes as “easy –living.”
St. Vincent-Evansville is part of Ascension, the nation’s largest non-profit health system and the world’s largest Catholic health system. St. Vincent-Evansville stands as a leader in quality and innovation for the communities it serves in Southern Indiana, Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois. As the tristate region’s social and economic center, the Evansville area is a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. It boasts strong school systems and a gratifying work-life balance. The city offers a wide range of cultural, recreation and entertainment possibilities.
St. Vincent Evansville is a 390-bed level II pediatric and adult trauma center providing general medical, cardiac, surgical, diagnostic, rehabilitation, senior, mental health, oncology, and emergency and trauma services, in addition to a separate but attached Hospital for Women and Children. Partnering with a medical staff of more than 650 physicians, The mission of St. Vincent is to serve all persons, with special attention to those who are poor and vulnerable.
St. Vincent is a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic-sponsored, not-for-profit health system. St. Vincent Medical Group is a physician - led, professionally - managed medical group employing approximately 200 providers.
Patient - Centered, Physician - Led
Evansville is a family-friendly community of approximately 250,000 located in Southern Indiana on the Ohio River. Our service area includes Southwestern Indiana. Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky and includes 850,000 patient lives. We are afforded a safe community with a low cost of living.
Evansville boasts excellent school systems and choices. Outdoor activities and sporting events abound throughout the community and calendar. Evansville is within the corridor of many large cities including Indianapolis, Nashville, Saint Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati. College town with strategic economic planning for the future. The brand new $40M Indiana University School of Medicine recently opened in downtown Evansville. St. Vincent Evansville is home to an Internal Medicine residency program.