Texas Interventional Card - $50K Sign-On Bonus

Location
Bryan-College Station, Texas
Posted
Jan 25, 2023
Ref
22100
Specialty
Cardiology
Position Type
Permanent

Texas Interventional Card - Over $1M Proven Income

Texas University City - $100K Sign-On

  • Immediate need for an Interventional Cardiologist due to retirement
  • Buy-into private practice partnership group after two years
  • 1 weekend a month On-Call schedule
  • 40-year established practice
  • 100K sign-on bonus
  • 3 weeks PTO, 5 days for CME plus allowance
  • 25 Patients per clinic day and 5-7 caths per week

Easy Access to Austin, Houston, and Dallas

Strong Community Atmosphere with Unique Shops & Restaurants

  • A tight-knit community with strong Texas traditions
  • Thousands of acres of trails for hiking or biking
  • Numerous lakes for fishing and kayaking
  • Historic region with unique and quaint shops, local cuisines, museums, and hometown values
  • State-of-the-Art Sports Complexes plus private and public golf courses for you to play
  • Big city living with a small-town feel - perfect for raising a family
  • Entertainment district featuring everything from concerts to art exhibits

Reference: IC 22100

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