Interventional Cardiology Opening in Jacksonville, Florida Metro!!
- Interventionalist w/ heavy peripheral skills or interest – NO structural
We have a tremendous volume of patients and the doctors who join our group will become busy right away.
Seven year old group. It is a private practice is a single specialty cardiology and peripheral vascular disease practice. There are five physicians in the group – four interventionalist and one electrophysiologist . The practice located in Jacksonville across the street from the Hospital.
The office has an abundance of exam rooms, well-trained medical assistants, five ARNP’s. Full ancillary services including nuclear medicine including cardiac PET, echocardiography, vascular ultrasound, pacer checks, remote and holter monitoring etc. We have registered techs (RVT and RDMS) and have a very busy venous program including laser and radiofrequency ablations and sclerotherepy, etc.
The lab is busy with peripheral vascular and coronary diagnostic angiograms. The peripheral cases include many complex peripheral interventional cases. Including laser atherectomy, rotoblator, angio jet, etc. The peripheral vascular is well established with a diverse referral base. Importantly the more experienced operators work alongside and help new peripheral interventionalists gain the experience and exposure to the complex cases at the office based lab.
HOSPITAL – the office is located across the street from Hospital, an approximately 450 bed hospital. This hospital has 6 labs, 4 cardiac and Peripheral, one or two full time EP labs and a hybrid room that can do routine coronary and PV, EP WACHMAN, lead extraction, latest ablations and has a structural program including TAVR.
The practice maintains several sub offices. Ordinarily, there may be one or two days per month to a sub office for clinic. The clinics are not far away and the entire day will be spent there with no other duties. The area that almost all doctors live in is actually in the middle of this area and you are equidistant to all offices from your home.
Call rotation for STEMI is most often for established group patients mostly and once per month or so it may coincide with the hospital STEMI call. The group is on call rotation (1:4 or 5). We have about 25-35 patients in the hospital every day to consult or round and this number will grow. We have ARNP’s to assist.
The hospital rounding rotates to the on call dr. …. The group admits 99% of the patients through the hospitalists or PCP’s and our cardiologists only are consulting. After you leave for the eve, usually phone calls only except interventionalist respond to STEMI or cold legs.
The volume of this practice is high, the referrals come from over 100 referral sources and there is a very large population of established patients in the group. You will enter a very busy practice. There will be some general cardiology for everyone in the group, but the EP and interventionalists will be an extremely busy with PV and coronary cases. The structural program is growing, but this is not a high volume structural position.
1. Base salary guarantee
2. Productivity bonus
3. CME/ PTO
4. Paid relocation, CME, health ins, dues, med mal including tail contribution, cell phone, etc.