Full Time Cardiothoracic Surgery Job in Tennessee

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Full Time Cardiothoracic Surgery Jobs > Tennessee > Knoxville

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Community Health Systems

Knoxville, Tennessee

Full Time

TN, Knoxville

Tennova Healthcare—Turkey Creek Medical Center


Cardiothoracic Surgeon needed in the foothills of Great Smokey Mountains!


Turkey Creek Medical Center, part of Tennova Healthcare, a seven hospital health system based in Knoxville, TN, seeks BE/BC experienced Cardiothoracic Surgeon to join a well-respected, busy practice to replace a retiring physician.

•3 Cardiovascular surgeons—1 near retirement—and 4 PA’s on staff

•Practice location is in Medical Office Building attached to the main hospital.

• 6 years’ experience is required

•Call coverage is anticipated to be 1:3

•OR is well equipped


Knoxville, TN is in the beautiful foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is home to the main campus of the University of Tennessee, with Division I sports and strong academic programs. Knoxville, with a metropolitan population of about 600,000 offers extensive water sports and hiking. A wonderful symphony orchestra and art museum provide great additions to what Knoxville has to offer. Affordable cost of living, with no state income tax. Our area has excellent private and public schools.


The competitive recruitment package which may include:

•MGMA competitive salary with productivity incentives

•Full employee benefits

•Commencement and/or sign-on bonus

•Marketing, Relocation, CME and more!


Visit Tennova Healthcare—Turkey Creek Medical Center: http://www.tennovaeast.com/locations/turkey-creek-medical-center

Visit Knoxville: http://www.knoxvillechamber.com/  

Sorry, this is NOT an opportunity for Search Firm recruiters. Thank you.

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