Full Time Cardiology Interventional Job Phoenix, AZ


15 days ago

Posted by: Insync Healthcare Recruiters

Employer: InSync Healthcare Recruiters

Job Description

Opportunity for an Interventional Cardiologist to Join a Well-Established Private Practice in Phoenix, AZ

Situated in Metropolitan Phoenix, this is a very busy, full-service Cardiology practice that specializes in noninvasive, invasive, interventional cardiology, peripheral vascular disease, and electrophysiology, consistently earning the prestigious title of Phoenix Top Docs for the past 25+ years.

We are in search of a board-certified/board-eligible Interventional Cardiologist to become part of a turnkey private practice with a well-established patient base. The infrastructure is ready for an immediate start, equipped with experienced staff and cutting-edge technology.

This outstanding opportunity is tailored for a well-trained interventional cardiologist. The practice owns nationally accredited cardiac PET, nuclear, echo, and vascular labs, with a predominant focus on office-based services complemented by in-patient care and rounding at local hospitals.

Minimum Requirements:

1. Board certified/board eligible in interventional cardiology by the date of hire.

2. Eligible to work in the United States (this is not a visa opportunity).

Graduating fellows or those in the early stages of their career are encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate, with a diverse range of experience and an interest in cardiovascular disease, may also explore opportunities in cardiovascular research and teaching within well-established residency and fellowship programs in the Phoenix area.

This opportunity presents an exceptional quality of life in a thriving metropolis, offering competitive compensation, affiliation with top-rated medical facilities, a supportive staff, and collaboration with talented colleagues, making it an outstanding opportunity in private practice.

Position offers a competitive compensation package. 

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