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Cardiology Invasive jobs in Nashville Tennessee United States | 1 Total Physician Jobs

Full Time Cardiology Invasive Job Nashville, TN

Full Time
Nashville, TN
J-037376
alarm 22 days ago
Posted by HCA HealthCare
Employer HCA Healthcare

Job Description

Non-Invasive or Invasive Cardiology Opportunity in Nashville, Tennessee 

Premier group is looking for non-invasive or invasive cardiologist to join their team at TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center in Nashville, TN.

Qualified Candidates:
Board certified in general cardiology
Experienced physicians encouraged to apply
Opportunity to start position in 2021 or 2022

Incentive/Benefits Package:
Competitive salary with productivity bonus
Comprehensive benefits package including 401k and paid malpractice
Paid time off, CME and dues allowance
Relocation assistance
Employee Stock Purchase Program
Sign on bonus

About Centennial Heart at TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center:
Centennial Heart at TriStar Southern Hills serves the greater Nashville communities near Brentwood, Berry Hill, Antioch and Oak Hill
It is our mission and passion to improve the quality of life for our patients through excellent cardiac care
We are part of a team of over 40 experienced cardiologists leading the local and regional area in specialized collaborative cardiac care
TriStar Southern Hills, a 126-bed hospital, has a full range of healthcare services, including emergency, orthopaedics, rehabilitation and cardiology, including cardiac rehab
Clinic located on hospital campus
Accredited chest pain center with a 24/7 STEMI PCI laboratory
1:4 call
Average of 20 patient office visits daily per cardiologist

Nashville is home to more than 1.8 million people, more than 40,000 businesses, and over 250 healthcare companies are headquartered in the Nashville region, making healthcare the #1 industry. Tennessee has the second lowest state and local tax burden per capita, and no state income tax. Nashville was rated 15th out of the 125 Best Places to Live in the 2019 US News and World Report.