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Permanent Cardiology Job Houston, TX

Permanent
Houston
J-035047
alarm 4 months ago
Posted by HCA HealthCare
Employer HCA HealthCare

Job Description

Advanced Heart Failure Cardiology Employment Opportunity - HCA Houston Healthcare

 

HCA Houston Healthcare is seeking an Advanced Heart Failure Cardiologist for an employment opportunity to join a growing and robust cardiology program - Houston Heart.

The HCA Gulf Coast Division (Houston Market) cardiovascular business strategy has a significant focus around creating a foundational Heart Failure ecosystem, inclusive of NPs, clinic infrastructure, and patient navigation to help feed the proposed Mechanical Circulatory Support program at HCA Medical Center.

This individual would assist with the creation and implementation of a heart failure clinic structure across the greater Houston community, which is critical to success of the mechanical circulatory support program.

2021: Build of 6 HCA Houston Community HF Clinics
2022: 3 additional clinics to launch
2023: 1 additional clinic to launch

This individual will provide valuable coverage and support for the Division Medical Director, Dr. Pranav Loyalka, across the division.

There is alignment with the University of Houston, as well as the HCA Research Institute (HRI), based out of Nashville, Tennessee, which allows HCA Houston Healthcare’s research reputation to flourish.

This individual would provide bandwidth to implement the heart failure clinic build across the greater Houston community, which is critical to success of the VAD & transplant program at HCA Medical Center.

HCA Houston Healthcare is looking for a New Grad that is Heart Failure Trained that will help us to align with the division strategy of building a high quality cardiovascular brand and program.

HCA will offer a competitive employment salary, plus comprehensive benefits, including health, dental, vision, 401K, and PTO, among other benefits.

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