Step into an established, high volume practice covering a large geographic territory
Baptist Health Medical Group is seeking a board certified Electrophysiology physician to join our established practice in Lexington, KY. Lexington Cardiology at Baptist Health Lexington is a well-established, dynamic practice consisting of four general, seven interventional and two electrophysiology cardiologists. Lexington Cardiology at Baptist Health Lexington is an integral part of the Baptist Heart and Vascular Institute at Baptist Health Lexington.
Board Certification/Eligibility is required.
About the position:
Competitive salary with productivity and quality incentives
Competitive benefit options (retirement, health, life and long-term disability insurance, Malpractice, CME)
Moving relocation reimbursement
About Baptist Health Lexington’s Baptist Heart and Vascular Center:
3D Echo/Cardiac SPECT & PET/Full Vascular lab
Heart Failure Program
Heart & Valve Center
Center for Atrial Fibrillation & Heart Rhythm Disorders
Five catheterization labs with peripheral vascular and neurointerventional capabilities
Three electrophysiology labs with dedicated staff
Extensive history of research, primarily involving Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) studies
More than 20 year history of involving both device and ablation technologies
Baptist Health Lexington was the first hospital in the world recognized with Atrial Fibrillation Accreditation with EPS, by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care
About Lexington, KY
2nd largest city in Kentucky, with over 300,000 residents in Lexington-Fayette County
Located in the heart of the Bluegrass region, often referred to as the “Horse Capital of the World”
600 miles from 50% of the US population, at the crossroads of two major interstates (I-75 and I-64)
Internal Number: 7055332
About Baptist Health Medical Group
Baptist Health Medical Group is a comprehensive network including more than 750 physicians and advanced practice clinicians across Kentucky. Providers represent more than 85 specialties including primary care and family medicine, internal medicine, osteopathic medicine, emergency medicine, general surgery and a wide range of surgical specialties offering advanced treatments and care.
The Baptist Health family includes eight hospitals, more than 170 outpatient facilities and services, including urgent care and retail-based clinics, outpatient diagnostic and surgery centers, home care, occupational medicine, physical therapy clinics and fitness centers.
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