Beaufort Memorial, a not-for-profit hospital founded in 1944 on the banks of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, is licensed for 201 beds (169 acute, 14 rehabilitation and 18 mental health). We are an acute-care hospital, a regional referral center and the largest medical facility between Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S.C. Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, Beaufort Memorial boasts a dedicated, high-quality medical staff of nearly 230 board-certified or board-eligible providers. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in the Lowcountry through improved health, innovative partnerships and superior care.
Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, Beaufort Memorial boasts a dedicated, high-quality medical staff of nearly 230 board-certified or board-eligible providers.
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in the Lowcountry through improved health, innovative partnerships and superior care.
Job Details: Beaufort Memorial Hospital is seeking a Interventional Cardiologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions and diseases of the heart and blood vessels using nonsurgical, catheter-based procedures and specialized imaging techniques. Use of diagnostic techniques, technical procedures and medications to treat abnormalities that impair the function of the cardiovascular system.
Education and Experience:
- M.D. or D.O. required
- Must have successfully completed an Interventional Cardiology specialty fellowship program
- Certification by The American Board of Internal Medicine in cardiology and/or a sub specialty of Interventional Cardiology
Why the pride? What distinguishes our health care system? The list is long, but these are the essentials:
- The quality of our staff. Knowing that a health care system can be only as good as its employees, we insist on hiring the best: dedicated, well-trained health care professionals who are highly experienced in their fields. (And if they’re new graduates or new to health care, they’re dedicated, well- trained and sky-high in potential.)
- Integrity. Our employees know the right thing to do and have the moral courage to do it consistently, even when it feels uncomfortable, embarrassing, or unpopular. In order to ensure we provide safe, high quality, compassionate care, we don’t let words, actions, oversights or infractions go unchecked. Immediate action is taken to make things right. Of course, we do it respectfully because we’re compassionate, and we don’t want to embarrass someone.
- The right attitude. Positive, optimistic and energetic, our employees are team players who live by our health care system’s core values (more about those later). They are the kind of people we all want to be around because they are smiling and have an energy level and demeanor that attracts people.
- Commitment to co-workers. Our employees are team players and show a genuine commitment to our collective goals. We all show up, step up and do whatever it takes. Teamwork is essential in patient safety. We all rely on and collaborate with each other, leaving no place for “lone rangers.”
- Our dedication to patient care. For all of us at Beaufort Memorial, our patients and their needs come first. Period.
- Our commitment to staff advancement. We believe our employees have unlimited potential for professional and personal growth. From facilitating the acquisition of new skills to encouraging a healthy work-life balance to promoting from within, we do everything we can to help them achieve it.
- The latest in technology. To ensure precise diagnosis and effective treatment, we provide our patients with access to the most advanced medical procedures—from robotic surgery to 3-D mammography—and our health care providers with the tools and training they need to perform them.