Job Alert: Cardiac Electrophysiologist

The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Morehouse School of Medicine seeks subspecialty board certified Heart Failure Specialist for an academic appointment with the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The responsibilities will include inpatient and outpatient clinical services, education, and research primarily at the Grady Hospital Heart and Vascular Center, Atlanta. The successful candidate will be expected to provide a leadership role in the expansion of services for heart failure in the Grady Heart and Vascular Center. Direct referrals from general cardiologists, cardiology fellows, cardiac NPs, and over 25 primary care providers. Opportunity to collaborate with other Advanced Heart Failure programs in the metro area.

Compensation consists of a competitive salary with an opportunity for an RVU-based incentive bonus, health insurance, paid CME, retirement plan, and 4 weeks of paid vacation.

Grady Hospital Health System is one of the largest public academic programs in the United States, situated in downtown, Atlanta. It has over 600 hospital beds, a nationally accredited Level 1 Trauma Center, and is the major provider of emergency ambulance service in the metro-Atlanta region. It has an award-winning comprehensive Heart Failure management program, recognized in the US News and World Report and the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control. It has state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization and dedicated electrophysiology laboratories, a hybrid room, and a 24/7 STEMI program.

Atlanta is a dynamic cosmopolitan southern city with one of the busiest airports in the United States, has beautiful weather all year round, and a vibrant economy. Atlanta is home to multiple prominent national professional sports teams and NCAA Division 1 teams with A+ public and private schools.

Interested candidates should send a CV with a cover letter of interest to the attention of: Anekwe Onwuanyi, MD, Chief of Cardiology, Morehouse School of Medicine, Co-Chair Grady Heart and Vascular Center, @

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