Heart Failure Cardiologist - Join a Highly Respected Academic Program

Tucson, AZ

Inpatient and outpatient

Job Highlights

  • Area Is Warm Year-Round
  • Fast Credentialing
  • Non-Profit Employer
  • The Advanced Heart Failure & Mechanical Circulatory Support division of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Arizona, in partnership with the Banner University Medical Center in Tucson, AZ is seeking a BC/BE Invasive Non-Interventional Heart Failure Physician. Ideally, candidates should have clinical expertise & focus on mechanical support devices & invasive hemodynamics. This is an exceptional opportunity to be part of a highly respected Advanced Heart Failure program under the direction of an outstanding medical director. BUMC-Tucson is a center for heart transplantation, total artificial heart, and mechanical circulatory support serving a population of over 1.2 million. The successful candidate will receive a faculty appointment to the University of AZ, consistent with their credentials.

    Job Details:

    • 1.0 FTE - Average daily patient load 6-10 per half day
    • Case/procedure types: right heart catheterization, endomyocardial biopsies, Cardiomems insertion
    • 10 weeks heart failure call, in equal rotation with clinical peers

    Essential Functions and Qualifications:

    • BE/BC in Invasive Non-Interventional Cardiology
    • At least 3+ years experienced preferred, but not required

    Banner – University Medical Center Tucson, formerly University of Arizona Medical Center – University Campus (BUMC-T) is a nationally recognized academic medical center. We focus on providing exceptional patient care, teaching future health care professionals & conducting groundbreaking research to help the people of AZ & beyond. BUMCT provides comprehensive adult transplant services within 5 clinical programs: Heart, Lung, Liver, Pancreas & Kidney. These programs service complex patients from the SW region with end stage organ failure. As Southern Arizona’s only Level I Trauma Center, we care for the most critically injured patients and are consistently listed among the nation’s top hospitals in the prestigious Best Hospitals ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

    Posted January 12, 2022