Interventional Cardiology Job In Andalusia, Alabama
Interventional Cardiologist- Southern Alabama (90 mins to Gulf Beaches)
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Andalusia Health- located in Andalusia, Alabama, is seeking BC/BE Interventional Cardiologist (non-structural) to provide quality patient care for a growing patient population. This is a new, employed solo position with Chest-Pain Accredited, 113-licensed bed Andalusia Health, serving south central Alabama. Strong administrative support and an opportunity for Advanced Practice Practitioner support as the practice grows.
Recruitment Package may include:
· Base salary + wRVU production incentive
· Quality bonus
· CME allowance
· Sign-on bonus
· Medical debt assistance
· Relocation allowance
· Residency stipend
· Medical Director stipend
· Health benefits + Retirement plan
· Marketing + practice growth assistance
|Located in the heart of south central Alabama, Andalusia is family-friendly & welcoming to all. Offering a wide variety of activities with close proximity to Florida's panhandle beaches.|
Andalusia Regional Hospital is an 88 bed Joint Commission-accredited Acute Care Facility that has served the heart of South Alabama since 1966. Offering a wide range of diagnostic, therapeutic, emergency and surgical services, the hospital was pleased to take part in the grand opening of the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Andalusia. With the addition of both 21st Century Oncology for Radiation Oncology and Sacred Heart Medical Oncology, our patients will not have to travel long distances for oncological care and treatment. As a compliment to this new service, ARH added a valuable diagnostic tool with PET Scan service.
Andalusia Regional Hospital was also awarded a $10,000 grant through the Alabama Department of Public Health in March, 2012. The program links Andalusia Regional Medical staff with stroke specialists using two-way video. This grant also provides a one-year sponsorship of the Get With The Guidelines – Stroke quality improvement program – with the goal of increasing access to stroke care and improving long-term patient outcomes.