BC/BE Intensivist, Cardiovascular Disease

Location
Connecticut
Posted
Sep 15, 2017
Ref
intensivist-cardiovascular-disease
Specialty
Internal Medicine
Position Type
Permanent
Trinity Health Of New England, the region's largest nonprofit health system, is growing and seeks a BC/BE Intensivist with an interest or training in cardiovascular disease to join Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, Connecticut. Our physicians value their patients and colleagues above all else and thrive as the driving force within our integrated health care delivery system—serving a population of more than 3 million people.

This is an exceptional opportunity to demonstrate your skills and expertise in the management of complex cardiovascular patients in a critical care setting. We welcome candidates with experience or interest in leadership, teaching or clinical management of post-op cardiovascular surgery patients and critical care cardiology patients.

You will practice as a full-time member of the cardiology group in one of New England's highest-volume Cardiovascular Institutes. The Hoffman Heart and Vascular Institute team has been nationally recognized as a leader in patient safety and medical excellence, and was a Healthgrades® Five Star recipient in 2015 for coronary intervention, treatment of heart attack and coronary bypass surgery.

Trinity Health Of New England's collaborative practice model empowers physicians to work at their highest level—and allows time for professional development and family life. Whether you are focused on providing outstanding patient-centered care, teaching the next generation of care providers.

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