Lead a Well-Established Practice as a Chief, Advanced Heart Failure Cardiologist in Sunny Florida

South Florida, FL

full-time
Inpatient and outpatient

Job Highlights

  • Warm Year Around
  • Not for Profit Employer
  • Memorial Healthcare System, one of the largest public healthcare systems in the United States, is seeking a Chief of Advanced Heart Failure to join an established and thriving hospital-based adult heart failure/heart transplant and advanced mechanical support program.

    Qualifications:

    • Board Certified in cardiovascular disease as well as in advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology.
    • Chief will participate in quality and selection committees as well as assume a key role as a member of the multidisciplinary heart failure team wherein he/she will facilitate collaboration with transplant surgeons, physicians, administrators, coordinators and support staff.
    • Must have a minimum five (5) years of leadership experience in a hospital-based adult heart failure/heart transplant and advanced mechanical support program.
    • All candidates should have clinical competency and expertise in caring for patients with mechanical circulatory devices, ECMO and pulmonary hypertension. The successful physician will be actively involved in Graduate Medical Education and should have the desire to teach residents and fellows. The program also participates in numerous national multi-center research trials.

    The Memorial Cardiac and Vascular Institute performed the first adult heart transplant in Broward county and has an active VAD and Adult Heart Transplant program since 2014. Memorial has the first accredited adult congenital heart program in the State of Florida and is the only ELSO Gold designated ECMO program in South Florida.

    ***This is a full-time employed position with the multispecialty Memorial Physician Group. The position offers competitive benefits and a compensation package that is commensurate with training and experience. Professional malpractice and medical liability are covered under sovereign immunity.


    Posted June 23, 2021