Interventional Cardiologist for Busy Practice

Fawcett Memorial Hospital
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Facility: Fawcett Memorial Hospital 
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Port Charlotte, FL  
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Opportunity Criteria
Specialty: Surgery 
Candidate Type: MD, DO 
Visas Accepted: No J1 or H1
Loan Repayment: Not Specified
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Job Description

Interventional Cardiologists to join an established Practice in the Pt. Charlotte Community. BC or BE with Structural Heart experience (optional). Competitive salary and benefits, shared call schedule.

Facility Description

Fawcett Memorial Hospital is a 237-bed, full-service acute care hospital serving Charlotte County and the surrounding areas since 1975. Port Charlotte is located where the Peace River meets the Gulf of Mexico, just north of Fort Myers and south of Sarasota. Numerous waterfront communities, art and cultural programs, spring training and pristine nature year-round, make it a beautiful Florida destination. Fawcett features a state-of-the-art open heart surgery program and is consistently ranked as an America's Top 100 Hospital by Healthgrades. Clinical specialties include an ER, accredited Community Cancer Program, Advanced Primary Stroke Center, accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, Joint Commission certified Orthopedic and Spine Center, wound and hyperbaric medicine, minimally invasive surgery, CARF accredited inpatient rehabilitation, and many outpatient programs.

The hospital is one of the largest employers in the community, with more than 1,100 employees who provided care to more than 81 thousand patients in 2016. For more information, visit www.FawcettHospital.com.

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Contact: Ryan Platt 
Phone: 813-402-9454
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