Non-Invasive Cardiology in Monterey, CA - Coastal | 602k to 655k Base Salary
Alpharetta, Georgia, United States
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Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Cardiology-Noninvasive
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Permanent/Full-Time
Work Environment Long-Term Care/Facility Hospital Clinic/Private Practice
Location California, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 2/22/24
A thriving non-profit multi-specialty group of 90 physician's on the coast of California in Monterey is seeking BE/BC Non-Invasive Cardiologist to join their team. The practice would prefer someone with additional training in nuclear cardiology and advanced echocardiography.

Join a team of 7 other non-invasive cardiologists, 2 interventional cardiologists, and 2 EP Cardiologists.

Applicants can expect a competitive base salary, productivity incentives, housing assistance, and loan repayment.

The Position:
Limited Call shared with 7 other general cardiologists who rotate being hospital based 1:7 weeks instead of being in clinic to limit week night call exposure.
Candidates with a TEE Skillset preferred
Cardiology Team: 7 non-invasive, 2 interventional cardiologists and 2 EP Cardiologists
Large On-Boarding Package at signing for Housing Assistance, Relocation, or Loan Repayment (for applicants that qualify)
Base Salary Range: $602,000-$655,000 - upside via wRVU Production
Benefits Covered: Health, Life, Vacation, CME, Long-Term Disability, and 401k (4% Match)

The Community:
The practice is located 2 hours south of San Francisco right on the Pacific Ocean
Monterey's rich history boasts 20 world-class golf courses, the world's best aquarium, unique variety of shops and galleries and a spectacular assortment of parks and natural areas combine to provide a truly unrivaled place to live and raise a family.
Unbeatable climate - Enjoy an incredible Mediterranean climate where average high temperatures range from 58 degrees to 69 degrees year round.
Enjoy a slower pace of life by avoiding the California traffic and California cost of living - Housing costs 65% of what it would be in San Francisco according to Sperling's

Name: Jeff Foster
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