Academic Interventional Cardiologist | New Orleans, LA | Tulane Medical Center
Tulane University School of Medicine's Section of Cardiology/Heart & Vascular Institute is seeking a qualified Interventional Cardiologist to join its faculty as an Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor of Clinical Medicine. This position will be responsible for the instruction and teaching of cardiology fellows, interventional fellows, and for patient care at three hospitals and multiple clinic sites in the Greater New Orleans Area. As a Tulane University-employed faculty member, you will receive compensation commensurate with the rank of your academic appointment which will be based on your qualifications and experience. You will also receive a fully comprehensive benefits package.
* Interventional Cardiology coverage at Tulane Medical Center, University Medical Center New Orleans and the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Healthcare System Medical Center.
* Outpatient clinic responsibilities at these sites and at outreach sites as assigned.
* Active participation in the development of interventional programs at the above medical centers.
* After hours and weekend interventional coverage in rotation with other faculty.
Teaching responsibilities include formal and informal teaching activities for medicine residents, cardiology and interventional cardiology fellows, and medical students.
* Developing and participating in clinical and translational research, and encouraging residents and fellows to participate with you in these studies.
* Publication of findings in peer-review journals is expected, and at least one publication per year is encouraged.
* MD/DO who has successfully completed a cardiology fellowship program and at least a one-year interventional cardiology fellowship program
* Interventional Cardiology Board Eligible or Board Certified
Competitive Benefits Available
* Competitive compensation
* Competitive health, dental, vision, life and disability benefits
* Flexible spending accounts
* Excellent retirement plan
* Additional outstanding Tulane educational benefits (Tulane tuition waiver and Tuition Exchange Program)
* Malpractice covered by Tulane
About Tulane Medical Center
Tulane Medical Center is an award-winning hospital and ER in New Orleans and offers advanced medical care in the Jefferson and Orleans parishes. The New Orleans hospital provides expert medical care for children and adults. Our doctors specialize in the routine care of infants, children, adolescents, and adults, providing a wide range of family care services.
About New Orleans, LA
* Looking for a community with a vibrant culture? Experience New Orleans. Nicknamed the 'Big Easy,' New Orleans offers an unparalleled nightlife and music scene.
* NOLA has been named the #1 City for Employment, Income, and Population, according to NerdWallet, to the #1 Most Improved on the 'Best Business Cities' list per the Wall Street Journal.
* Some of the biggest employers in the city include Tulane University, Woodward Design + Build, Entergy Corporation, Whitney Holding Corp., Boh Bros Construction and Superior Energy Services.
Interested applicants should submit a CV and cover letter to: Medin Powell, Physician Recruiter at Medin.powell@HCAHealthcare.com. Applicants will be accepted until qualified candidates are identified.
This position does NOT qualify for any Visa sponsorship.
Tulane University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer
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