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Full Time Cardiovascular Surgery Job MO

Full Time
Metro, MO
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Employer Jackson Physician Search

Job Description

Cardiac Surgery | Lead Renowned Division at Midwest Teaching Hospital | Chief

Progressive academic institution seeks experienced Cardiac Surgeon to lead as Division Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery. Make your mark at one of the most historied heart and lung programs in the Midwest.
- Lead a collegial team of 5 heart and lung surgeons as Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Expected case mix includes full range of Cardiovascular procedures: complex valves, aortas, CABG
- World-renowned 310-bed University Hospital; $550M rebuild project completed in 2020; includes state-of-the-art Cardiac OR and 3 hybrid ORs
- Dedicated Cardiac OR team, Physician Assistants, and specialized nursing support

Position Details:
- University and System leadership see incredible opportunity for growth of Cardiac Surgery service line; ideal candidate will be comfortable forging relationships with executive & clinical leaders in both academic and community settings
- Extremely competitive salary, commensurate with leadership responsibilities
- Exceptional benefits include 200% match in retirement accounts with immediate vesting, full executive level employee benefits package, relocation paid at 5% of base salary, & more

Almost three million people call this vibrant and diverse metro area home:
-Find your fill of culture with public access to award-winning art, history, and science museums, or spend an evening attending the theater or listening to a concert from the cityaEURtms Grammy-award winning Symphony Orchestra.
- Direct access to an international airport
- Tremendous architectural variety abounds, from beautiful neighborhoods with tree-lined streets to spacious
downtown lofts with expansive skyline views

For more information, please contact Katie Moeller.
Click here to schedule a call:
Call/Text: 469-909-6657

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