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Hospital-employed General Cardiology in Attractive Nevada Location

Northern Nevada Medical Center Sparks Full-Time
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Northern Nevada Medical Group is recruiting a General Cardiologist.

The current group includes four cardiologists.  The group performs provides a full spectrum of high quality cardiovascular diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including Echocardiography, nuclear stress tests, Vascular Duplex studies, Venous interventions, complex coronary interventions with Impella support, complex peripheral and below the knee intervention.

The position will include all non-invasive procedures and can include invasive techniques as well.  Cardiology call is shared equally with another cardiology group in the community, with a total of 14 physicians sharing call.  The group is a very well established group in the community, with coverage at one hospital. 

This opportunity offers a collegial environment with a successful group that takes pride in their work and enjoys a great working relationship with the hospitals.  Candidates should be Board certified/Eligible and be comfortable fitting in to an established practice culture.  Compensation will include a competitive salary with bonus structure, benefits package, sign-on and relocation.  H1-B and J-1 visa candidates are welcomed to apply.  Although all suitable candidates will be considered, those available to start in 2018 would be ideal.

Reno is a very rapidly growing community with several businesses moving in town including Tesla and Amazon etc.  Reno is located within a 45 minute – 1 hour drive from Lake Tahoe; 2 hours driving distance from Sacramento; 4 hours driving distance from San Francisco on a beautiful mountain scenic view; and a 45 minute flight to Las Vegas.

Northern Nevada Medical Center is a 108-bed acute care hospital affiliated with UHS, and located on 23 hillside acres in Sparks, NV, and is the only hospital in the Reno-Tahoe area hospital to be named a Best Place to Work Finalist.

Please contact:

Fred Cardona
In-house Physician Recruiter
(866) 227-5415 x224

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When it comes to choosing a hospital, one thing is clear: quality and convenience count. Northern Nevada Medical Center's tradition of providing quality healthcare in a comfortable, accessible environment means peace of mind for the thousands of patients served by the hospital each year. Northern Nevada Medical Center is a 108-bed acute care hospital located on 23 hillside acres at 2375 E. Prater Way in Sparks, Nevada. The hospital is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc., a King of Prussia, PA-based company that is one of the largest healthcare management companies in the nation. The hospital provides physicians and patients with many of the latest technological innovations for diagnosis and treatment of even the most acute clinical conditions. Northern Nevada Medical Center is accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC) and licensed by the state of Nevada.

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