Be a Part of the Future of Vascular Surgery at Penn Highlands Healthcare
Penn Highlands Healthcare is now accepting BC/BE Vascular Surgery candidates to join Penn Highlands DuBois.
The ideal candidate will have 5 years of experience and the desire to drive a Vascular Surgery program forward via current service offerings and the introduction of new advanced services. Must be able to collaborate with medical staff to educate and promote current and advanced procedures.
- 2 Cardiac OR’s, 9 General OR’s (expanding to 15 OR’s within 2 years)
- 3 Cardiac Cath Labs
- 12-bed CVICU
- Non-invasive cardiology areas
- Cardiac Rehab Unit
- EMR - GE Centricity (Outpatient), Cerner (Inpatient)
- 24/7 Anesthesia provided by MD’s and CRNA’s
- Level 3 Trauma Certification by 2020
Incentives / Benefits
- Competitive Compensation
- Productivity and Quality Incentives
- Sign on Bonus
- Educational Loan Assistance
- Relocation Assistance
- Annual CME Allowance
- Malpractice and tail coverage paid
- Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance
- 403(b) Retirement Plan
- Generous Vacation and Sick Time
- Residency/Fellowship Stipend Program
Penn Highlands Healthcare is a 378-licensed bed, not-for-profit health system serving more than 410,000 residents in an eight county service area. Penn Highlands Healthcare is a comprehensive network of care that includes four hospitals: Penn Highlands DuBois; Penn Highlands Brookville; Penn Highlands Elk; and Penn Highlands Clearfield; as well as The Hahne Regional Cancer Center; The Maternal and Child Centers of Penn Highlands DuBois and Elk; The Heart Center of Penn Highlands DuBois; and The Lung Center of Penn Highlands DuBois.
Outpatient services are provided at more than 100 locations throughout the region as well as seven QCare Urgent Care facilities. Penn Highlands Healthcare is a growing healthcare system with a network of more than 360 primary care and specialty physicians and more than 130 advanced practice providers.
Penn Highlands Healthcare provides innovative medical care to the many picturesque communities of North-Central Pennsylvania. In addition to their quaint beauty, these small towns are known for their welcoming, friendly residents, quality, highly ranked schools, safe neighborhoods and low cost of living. The scenic Pennsylvania Wilds provide the background for an active lifestyle of running, fishing, kayaking, hiking, biking, and winter sports. Art galleries, theatres, and antique and specialty shops can be found throughout the region’s several historic downtowns, with seasonal farmer’s markets, community events and cultural festivals held throughout the year. Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Erie are within easy driving distance of anywhere in the Penn Highlands system.