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This Regional medical center in southeast GA is currently seeking an Interventional Cardiologist to join their growing team! Ideal candidate will be BE/BC in Interventional Cardiology. The incoming candidate will be joining 1 other Interventional Cardiologist who has been practicing in the community for many years and is seeing high volumes.
•Full-time status is eligible to receive medical and dental insurance
•401K and Elective Deferral Plan offered
•$5000 Business Expense Account offered for full-time status
•Medical Malpractice and tail coverage is provided by client
This search effort is supported by a mission-driven, community-based health system with a 231-bed full-service hospital. Our tradition of care began more than 60 years ago and continues today with more than 1,350 employees, physicians and volunteers. The hospital serves as regional referral center for more than 185,000 residents across nine counties in Southeast Georgia. Key services include a very busy ER where we treat more than 45,000 emergencies each year; our Heart, Cancer, Surgery, Rehabilitation, Sleep and Birthing Centers with specialists trained specifically for these needs; and an extensive Mental Health program for children, adults and those suffering with memory loss. Survey data for the latest year available indicates 32,645 patients visited the hospital's emergency room. The hospital had a total of 6,586 admissions. Its physicians performed 1,836 inpatient and 4,500 outpatient surgeries.
Waycross is located in southeast Georgia, approximately 82 miles northwest of Jacksonville, FL. The population was 14,725 at the 2010 Census.
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During his twenty-three years representing the second largest hospital in Georgia, W. Asbury Stembridge, Jr., FACHE had a driving passion to provide the highest quality healthcare to his hometown Macon, GA. This passion energized his quest to find the most qualified physicians in the country to join his hospital staff and become valuable community members. Asbury recognized early on that successfu...