Practice Opportunity -- Cardiology (Invasive/Interventional) -- Missouri -- Employed Position!
Northern MO - 93 bed acute care, teaching hospital
EMPLOYED Opportunity for Invasive/Interventional Cardiologist in this Academic Community!
Northeast Regional Medical Center (the home of Osteopathic Medicine) is searching for a Board Certified Invasive/Interventional Cardiologist for a solo practice, with a minimum of 5-10 years experience.
- Call Coverage: 24/7 by solo provider, (compensated after 10 days) with monthly breaks provided by Locums
- Office space is available and attached to main campus - walking distance to hospital-based Cath Lab! 12 exam rooms, split down 2 corridors
- Opportunity for teaching! Northeast Regional Medical Center hosts 6 Residency programs!
- No Visa Support Available
Special Requirements: Interventional cardiology, TEE, Stress tests, Pacer placements, EKG reads, and Peripherals, if available.
Nestled in the heart of Northeast Missouri, Kirksville boasts a historic downtown square and is surrounded by a 3,000 acre state park, Thousand Hills, and some of the nation's top hunting grounds. 17,000 people call Kirksville home, but this number increases considerably when Truman State University and A.T. Still University are in session.
Competitive Recruitment Package may include:
- MGMA competitive salary with productivity incentives
- Full employee benefits
- Commencement and/or sign-on bonus
- Stipend for the remainder of training
- Student Loan Repayment assistance
- Marketing, Relocation, CME and more!
Visit Northeast Regional Medical Center: http://www.nermc.com/Northeast-Regional-Medical-Center/home.aspx
Visit Kirksville, MO: http://www.kirksvillecity.com/ & http://visitkirksville.com/
Northeast Regional Medical Center has been named as one of
America's 50 Best Hospitals, according to Becker's Hospital Review ( Feb 2011 ). This list includes such notables as Johns Hopkins Hospital and Mayo Clinc.
America's Dreamtown: Kirksville ranked in top 10% for most attractive micropolitan area! August 2006 Bizjournals.com
Kirksville is a thriving community that offers the best of both worlds - small town values with city amenities.
Why Kirksville! Low crime rates, Safe neighborhoods, Family-friendly environment, Soothing scenery, Proximity to metropolitan areas, Business enterprise zones for new business, Excellent educational system, Wide variety of retail shops, Numerous hotels and bed & breakfasts, Four distinct weather seasons, 18-hole semi-private golf course, Community theater
Healthcare: The birthplace of Osteopathic Medicine
Northeast Regional Medical Center – a 109-bed acute care facility serving 11 counties in northeast Missouri. It provides the community with services including 24-hour emergency care (including a Level III Trauma Center), inpatient and outpatient surgery, internal medicine, diagnostic services, obstetrics, critical care, pain management, laboratory services, an osteoporosis program, a diabetes clinic, and inpatient medical rehabilitation. The hospital boasts a lymphedema clinic, wound clinic, sleep lab, home health services, and medical and radiation oncology services, rehab services including cardiac, pulmonary and orthopedic, speech, occupational and physical therapy, as well as MRI and CT scan capabilities. More than 130 physicians representing 25 specialties and subspecialties. Accredited by AOA.
Preferred Family Healthcare – Provides comprehensive mental healthcare services in over 14 locations in Missouri. Services provided are adolescent substance abuse rehabilitation, assisted living, intensive in-home services, adult substance abuse rehabilitation, judicial support programs, behavioral health services, community education and prevention and community psychiatric rehabilitation.
Truman State University
A.T. Still University – The home of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and the online School of Health Management
Kirksville is also accessible by plane via Kirksville Regional Airport, or by Amtrak through nearby LaPlata.