Noninvasive Cardiology Jobs in Missoula, MT

Missoula, Montana
Mar 23, 2017
Sara Lee
Position Type

Missoula, Montana -- The International Heart Institute of Montana (IHI) is seeking an experienced Noninvasive Cardiologist to join our established cardiology practice in Missoula. Required qualifications include Board Eligible/Board Certified in Cardiology. Formal training and expertise in echocardiography a plus. Responsibilities include reading echo (including TEE) and providing direct patient care. The ideal candidate will have superior training, background and interpersonal skills. Excellent opportunity with reputable cardiology practice and competitive compensation and benefits package. The IHI includes 14 cardiologists (EP, interventional and non-interventional) and two cardiothoracic surgeons, and is housed within St. Patrick Hospital, a 253-bed Level II trauma center that has received the Gold Seal of Approval for Stroke Centers and the Premier Award for Quality for Acute Myocardial Infarction.

Facility: International Heart Institute of Montana

The International Heart Institute of Montana is an internationally recognized, comprehensive and collaborative practice offering full vascular, cardiac and thoracic interventions and services. The IHI is located on the campus of Missoula's St. Patrick Hospital and has received numerous awards as one of the Top 50 Cardiovascular programs from Truven Health. Researchers and cardiologists have created an atmosphere of intellectual curiosity and discovery to advance cardiac care. Physicians work alongside scientists to apply new treatments from the lab to the patient. Each year the institute hosts the annual Rocky Mountain Valve Symposium, which draws the top heart specialists from around the world for workshops, lectures and training in new procedures. Our heart specialists regularly travel to eleven IHI clinics as well as to other communities across western Montana and Idaho for medical consultations.

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