100% Vascular Surgery - Sunny Pacific Northwest
Yakima Vascular Associates is seeking a BC/BE Vascular Surgeon to join their team of two vascular surgeons and one nurse practitioner. Practice 100% vascular surgery at practice that provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art care for vascular diseases and conditions as well as medically necessary and cosmetic varicose vein treatments in the office. Yakima Vascular Associates has a strong primary care and would care referral base and established venous practice. Call is 1:3 and 24/7 hospitalist coverage is available. We offer competitive compensation with comprehensive benefit package including malpractice, CME, Medical/Dental/Vision, LTD, Life/AD&D, and more...
- Completion of and ACGME or AOA accredited Vascular Surgery Training Program
- BC/BE in Vascular Surgery
- Washington State Medical License or Licensure Eligibility
- Open and endovascular skills required
- Experience preferred
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Family of Services
For more than 60 years, Memorial has provided and responded to the healthcare needs of its community. Part of the Virginia Mason Health System*, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is a 226-bed, acute-care, nonprofit, community hospital serving Central Washington’s Yakima Valley. Memorial Family of Services includes primary care practices and specialty care services including high-quality cardiac care; cancer care through North Star Lodge; breast health at `Ohana Mammography Center; acute hospice and respite care at Cottage in the Meadow, winner of the Circle of Life Award from the American Hospital Association for innovative palliative and end-of-life care; pain management at Water’s Edge; an advanced NICU unit, the only place in Central Washington that offers specialty care for at-risk infants; advanced services for children with special health care needs at Children’s Village; and The Memorial Foundation, a separate 501c(3) organization that raises funds for innovative health care programs in the Yakima Valley.
Memorial has built a network of support encompassing primary and specialty health care, and community health education that’s second to none for a city of our size. As the region’s leading health care provider and Yakima’s largest employer, we believe that by improving health, we will transform Yakima.
*Seattle-based Virginia Mason is a nonprofit regional health care system that includes 336-bed Virginia Mason Hospital; regional medical centers in Seattle, Bainbridge Island, Bellevue, Federal Way, Kirkland, Issaquah, and Lynnwood; Bailey-Boushay House, the first skilled-nursing and outpatient chronic care management program in the U.S. designed for people with HIV/AIDS; Benaroya Research Institute, which is internationally recognized for autoimmune disease research; and the Virginia Mason Institute, which trains health care professionals and others from around the world in the Virginia Mason Production System, an innovative management methodology for continually improving quality, safety and efficiency. Virginia Mason online: www.VirginiaMason.org.
Yakima Valley Living
In Yakima you’ll find 300 days of sunshine each year in a city nestled in a valley surrounded by camel-colored desert hills. You’ll enjoy four distinct seasons and endless opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Our central location allows for easy access to the Yakima, Columbia, and Snake Rivers, mountain and lowland lakes, abundant greenways, and scenery you’ll have to see to believe.
Downhill and cross country skiing, world-class fly fishing, water sports, mountain biking opportunities, and gorgeous hiking trails can all be found within an hour’s drive of Yakima.
The Yakima Valley is rich with families both multi-generational and new sharing community-sponsored events, neighborhood-organized barbecues, and holiday parties. There’s a feeling of belonging, even when you've just arrived, that inspires so many new families to call Yakima home. Yakima offers a variety of education options with excellent public and private schools, and thriving secondary educational facilities. You don’t have to leave town to hear fine classical music, because Yakima has its own symphony orchestra. Pair that with local arena concerts, outdoor music events, and a historic theater that hosts a variety of entertainment events, including traveling Broadway performances, for a region offering cultural breadth and diversity.
The Yakima Valley is a place in touch with the land and its seasons. Apple bins are stacked along the freeway midsummer in anticipation of harvest. Drive past orchards and you’ll also see trees heavy with pears, apricots, and cherries. The region is also known as one of the finest wine-grape growing areas anywhere. Wines from Yakima Valley vineyards have developed an international reputation rivaling Napa Valley. Many of the state’s most prized AVA’s (American Viticultural Area) are located right here. And in addition to nearly 100 nearby wineries, the Yakima Valley is a craft beverage mecca with beer, cider, and spirits.
Should you choose hit the road, Seattle, Portland, and Spokane are within a three hours’ drive -- close enough to enjoy without having to deal with a grid-locked life. Not in the mood for a big city? There are several quaint towns, recreational resorts, and historic areas to discover in our region . . . Every day can bring a new adventure.
Those are just some of the reasons why we choose to call Yakima “home.” Come discover your reasons!
Please contact us to learn more: PhysicianRecruitment@yvmh.org or: 509-249-5031.
Visit us at: www.yakimavalleyliving.org