Full Time Cardiothoracic Surgery Job in Indiana

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Full Time Cardiothoracic Surgery Jobs > Indiana > Fort Wayne

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Community Health Systems

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Full Time

Lutheran Hospital seeks to recruit aBC/BE Advanced Heart Failure Cardiologist tojoin hospital practice including a team of 19 cardiologists, 2 ofwhich are Advanced Heart Failure Certified.  The ideal candidate will havetraining in heart transplant, LVAD including minimal invasiveability.  The group provides service to inpatient, clinic and 2outreach locations (once per month) with nurse practitioner support.  Thecurrent call expectation is 1:3.  Visa support is not available.   *No firms, please.*  


A comprehensive compensation package will be offered and mayinclude:

  • Competitive Salary plus Incentive
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Commencement Bonus
  • Medical Education DebtAssistance    
  • CME
  • Life, Health and Retirement

Lutheran Hospital, anaffiliate of Lutheran Health Network, is a 396-bed tertiary facility located inFort Wayne, IN delivering healthcare to over 1.3 million residents. Thehospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of HealthcareOrganizations (JCAHO) and offers a full complement of services.

 

Lutheran Health Network whosemembers are owned by subsidiaries of Community Health Systems, an integratedhealthcare delivery system and the largest healthcare provider in the regionwith eight separately licensed hospitals and nearly 1,000 licensed bedsincluding 793 in Allen County alone. The foundation of Lutheran Health Networkis a strong team consisting of more than 7,000 associates. Each network entityoffers a wide range of services and specialties.  

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