Interventional Cardiology Job In Winchester, Kentucky
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Clark Regional Medical Center (CRMC) - located in Winchester, KY - just 20 miles east of Lexington, is seeking an Interventional Cardiologist to join an established, employed practice.
- An affiliate of the UK Gill Heart & Vascular Network, CRMC's state-of-the-art Cardiac Catheterization Lab opened in 2020, featuring four-pre-procedural bays and a recovery area.
- The physician will enjoy working in the inpatient/outpatient settings, with the outpatient clinic conveniently located on the hospital campus.
- Sign On Bonus
- Hospital Employment with Comprehensive Benefits Package (including 401k and EAP)
- Paid Vacation, Paid Malpractice
- Practice Management Support
- Annual CME
- Student Loan Assistance
Clark Regional Medical Center is a 79-bed, Joint Commission Accredited facility that has served the residents of east central Kentucky since 1917. CRMC completed construction on its new campus in 2012, offering advanced technology and a host of primary and specialty services including Labor & Delivery, a Transitional Care Unit, and Cardiology Care.
Community and Lifestyle:
Located in Clark County-central Kentucky- 20 miles east of Lexington, Winchester is in Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region, offering easy access to cultural activities, transportation, and higher education. Winchester features several recreational offerings such as walking trails- while arts lovers appreciate attractions including the Leeds Theatre and The Winchester Art Guild Gallery. Residents also enjoy the many amenities of Lexington, including airport access, great restaurants, Keeneland Racetrack, University of Kentucky athletics, Red River Gorge and much more. Located just 96 miles east of Louisville and 101 miles south of Cincinnati
Clark County is in central Kentucky, 20 miles east of Lexington, 96 miles east of Louisville and 101 miles south of Cincinnati. The county was named for George Rogers Clark, commander of the Great Northwest Campaign that took place from 1779-1780. At the heart of Clark County is the town of Winchester, which was founded in 1792 but has roots dating from 1685 when Shawnee Indians inhabited the area.
Leeds Theatre is the center for the arts hosting plays, local productions and sell-out events. The Winchester Art Guild Gallery downtown showcases many local artisans’ beautiful pieces of artwork. The Winchester Opera House hosts many cultural events, weddings, holiday fairs and community events. The Bluegrass Heritage Museum houses artifacts, memorabilia and history of the county’s past. Its beautiful Romanesque Revival-style architecture was built between 1893 and 1895. The museum also has a unique gift shop and hosts a monthly lecture series. Clark County is the host of the Annual Daniel Boone Festival held the weekend of Labor Day, the Beer Cheese Festival in downtown Winchester held the second weekend in June, and the Scarecrow Festival in October.
During the summer, the Clark County Fair draws big crowds for livestock shows, rodeos, tractor pulls, horse shows, live entertainment and much more. Throughout the year, the Winchester Clark County Parks and Recreation Department and YMCA offer plenty of sports-related activities for people of all ages. The community has walking trails for the fitness enthusiasts or those who just love to connect with Mother Nature while taking a stroll on the many paths among our landscape. Clark County’s geographic location also appeals to newcomers. Nearby is Natural Bridge State Resort Park with a 54-acre lake in Daniel Boone National forest that offers fishing, boating, playgrounds, cottages, lodges and beautiful scenery.
Nestled in renowned Bluegrass horse country, the town of Winchester’s historical roots shape the culture of this vibrant community today. With many artistic offerings and attractions, this small town is rich in opportunity and entertainment.
Clark Regional Medical Center (CRMC) celebrated the grand opening of its new $70 million, 79-bed replacement facility in 2012, which coincided with the hospital’s 95th anniversary. Located adjacent to I-64 and the Bypass in Winchester, the hospital is the first in the state of Kentucky to feature a 100 percent geothermal heating and cooling system, which is 33 percent more energy efficient and environmentally friendly than a traditional HVAC system. In addition to the new replacement facility, a three-story, 45,000 square-foot medical plaza opened on the hospital’s campus in 2012. The $10 million facility houses family medicine, pediatrics, and urgent care, and features specialty practices such as cardiology, oncology, general surgery, gastroenterology and pulmonology. It also includes Clark Regional’s Diagnostic Center for Women, the Center for Rehabilitation, the Center for Infusion Services, a specialty clinic and anticoagulation clinic.
In May of 2015 the hospital broke ground on a 45,000 square foot expansion of the Clark Clinic which will provide space for additional physician practices as well as new services such as cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, a sleep clinic and wound care clinic. The construction is expected to be completed in 2017.
Clark Regional is fully accredited by The Joint Commission and also operates an urgent care clinic in Winchester and rural health clinics in Powell County and Montgomery County.
For more information, visit www.clarkregional.org.