Cardiology Invasive

Providence Health & Services Portland , OR 97228

Posted 2 days ago

Seaside, Oregon The Providence Heart Institute in Oregon has a practice opportunity for a full-time non-invasive cardiologist on the northern Oregon coast. Primary clinical responsibilities include a busy outpatient clinic and consultative services for hospitalized patients.

Providence Seaside Hospital has 25 beds with active medical staff of more than 160 providers. A full complement of non-invasive cardiac diagnostic testing is available on-site. The cardiology practice on the Northern Oregon Coast includes an established general cardiologist, an experienced physician assistant and office staff.

The cardiologists will work closely and collaboratively with a large group of cardiologists, cardiac and vascular surgeons based in Portland as well as a multi-specialty group of providers and hospitalists in Seaside. This is a truly unique opportunity to practice in a community with unparalleled access to outdoor recreation and natural beauty, while being connected to a world class Heart Institute.

The Providence Heart and Vascular Institute, the largest provider of cardiovascular care in Oregon, is a truly integrated cardiovascular service line with more than 80 highly skilled specialists serving multiple hospital and clinic locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. Each year, more than 15,000 patients benefit from the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment.

The Institute is the hub of vast data registries in cardiovascular care, providing unique opportunities for data mining, outcomes research and the development of predictive analytic tools. Through clinical research trials, our patients have access to the most innovative and comprehensive cardiovascular care in the state. The Institute consistently receives national recognition for excellence.

Located at the end of the Lewis and Clark trail, Seaside is a popular town for a reason: It's simply a great place to live and raise a family!

This small coastal community, population 6,000, is nationally known for its magnificent seascapes, lush forests, and sunny, moderate summer climate. Recreational opportunities abound, including beachcombing, whale watching, surfing, hunting and fishing, hiking and a variety of festivals. Portland is just a pleasant 90-minute drive, offering big-city shopping, dining, arts and entertainment.

Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit system of hospitals, clinics and medical groups with a mission to serve everyoneespecially the poor and vulnerable. Providence isa partner organization of the Providence St.

Joseph Health (PSJH) family, which operates 50 exceptional hospitals and more than 800 clinics across seven western states. With hundreds of physician and advanced practice clinician opportunities in virtually all specialties at any given time, PSJH and Providence offer diverse locations, lifestyles and practice models. Providence is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity organization.

  • Board Certified/Board Eligible inInvasive Cardiology

  • Oregon Medical License (MD or DO)

  • BLS or ACLS for Healthcare Provider certification from the

American Heart Association

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Cardiology Invasive

Providence Health & Services