Metropolitan Heart & Vascular Institute is a busy, independent private practice and leader in providing patient-centered care for cardiovascular patients in the Northwest suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota. We provide care in eight clinic and three hospital settings with 23 cardiologists and 18 advanced practice providers. In addition, MHVI has an active clinical research program and participates in numerous device trials.
Most of our surgical and invasive cardiovascular procedures are delivered at Mercy Hospital. Mercy was named a Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospital in 2014 and 2015, according to Truven Health Analytics. The hospital has two dedicated EP labs, a hybrid OR, a growing structural heart program, and a thriving cardiac surgery program. To accommodate growth in EP there are plans to build an additional lab to accommodate device implants.
Metropolitan Heart & Vascular Institute offers:
Shared general cardiology call
Competitive compensation and benefits
Why Minnesota? Minneapolis is home to major medical device companies such as Medtronic, St. Jude Medical, and Boston Scientific. With sparkling lakes and an abundance of scenic paths and trails, Minneapolis-St. Paul has been named as one of the best places to live and work by Travel & Leisure and CNN.
We are seeking a fifth Electrophysiologist to join our practice. The ideal candidate should be experienced in lead extractions and VT ablations, but also proficient in all EP procedures, including AF ablations.
Metropolitan Heart and Vascular Institute (MHVI) is a major provider of cardiovascular care for the northern and northwestern Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. We offer a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic cardiovascular services from three hospitals and eight clinic sites, with most of our surgical and invasive cardiovascular procedures delivered from the Mercy Heart and Vascular Cent...er at Mercy Hospital. MHVI delivers cutting edge care in cardiovascular prevention, therapy, and rehabilitation. We are an active center in research and partner with academic institutions in bringing the latest in therapy to our patients through clinical research trials in interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, and peripheral arterial disease.
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