Cardiology - Invasive (SA176202) Thomasville, Georgia as
Direct Hire Sep 27, 2020
Cardiology - InvasiveThis southwest GA health system, a JCAHO accredited facility, is seeking a board certified/board eligible invasive or non-invasive cardiologist for its cardiovascular services. Board-eligible candidates may be considered subject to obtaining Board Certification status within one year of employment. Expertise is required in Echo, Nuclear Medicine, and General Cardiology. Average approximately 15-20 patients per day. This salaried physician will receive an excellent financial benefits package (including profit sharing, relocation expenses and educational loan assistance), as well as, office setup and support from the health system administrative management team. Candidate will have early partnership as he/she will inherit a retiring physician's fully-mature practice. Uses full complement of advanced practitioners. Call 1:5. Within walking distance from the hospital, their newly renovated large office has in-house Echo, LEA, ABI, Carotid Ultrasounds, and Holter Monitors. The office currently uses Allscripts for electronic health records. Primary office is in Thomasville with specialty clinics in 5 surrounding counties. Full complement of interventional cardiology services on site with state-of-the-art cath lab. Participates in multiple clinical research studies. The Medical Center is a four-hospital, three nursing-home system with 540 beds. It employs more than 2,500 people and boasts an outstanding medical staff of more than 160 qualified specialists. Our flagship hospital is a 264 bed, not–for–profit hospital, offering state–of–the–art facilities with 140+ physicians on staff with a service area over 200,000. It has a new state-of-the-art, 90,000 sq. ft. Heart and Vascular Center and is a Level II Trauma Center. It has been named to U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s Best Hospitals three years in a row. Our community is a "micropolitan" town just 30 minutes from the Florida state capital in Tallahassee. Once a weekend-getaway spot for the rich and powerful-President Dwight Eisenhower was known to play golf at a local country club-Thomasville still sports a small-town feel. Lush oak trees and quaint Victorian houses dot its landscape, home to roughly 20,000 (40,000 in Thomas County). The city has a newly revitalized, brick-paved downtown that includes an eclectic mix of restaurants and luxury stores. Golf, fishing and hunting opportunities are abundant. U.S. News & World Report, Consumer Reports and USA TODAY featured Thomasville as an ideal community for retirees looking for the good life in small places. Thomasville's beautiful downtown is a Great American Main Street Award recipient.