Academic Cardiology - NonInvasive

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University of Missouri School of Medicine
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Columbia, Missouri
recency icon Posted 08-31-2023

Job Description

The University of Missouri School of Medicine Division of Cardiology Clinical Professor of Non-Invasive Cardiology All Ranks, Non-tenure Track The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is recruiting full-time, board-certified, or board-eligible non-invasive cardiologists. We are a Dynamic and collegial group of 18 cardiovascular specialists who are part of a major academic health system at University Hospital, which includes a dedicated clinical research trials team that supports the Division s growing clinical trials component. Our program is very active in advanced cardiac imaging and procedures. We have cardiac MRI, cardiac CT, and additional non-invasive services. Our cardiac catheterization lab is active in TAVI, Mitral Clip, WATCHMAN, and CTO procedures. We are an accredited Level 1 STEMI center. Our EP group is active in atrial and ventricular ablations along with implantable device insertions . Additionally, we have 16 positions in our accredited Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program, as well as an accredited Interventional Fellowship program and an accredited Clinical Electrophysiology Fellowship Program. Job Details General Cardiology 2- 3 clinic half days/week Required: Cardiac Imaging - TTE, TEE Preferred: Training in Cardiac MRI and CT Opportunity for fellow teaching in echo lab and during service blocks Periodic service block obligations on inpatient and consult services consistent with other providers Full resident team support with nurse navigator. Patient service around 4-5 weeks per year. State-of-the-art facilities for performing echocardiography, cardiac CT, cardiac MRI, and nuclear cardiac imaging Research: Opportunities are available for Department-funded research if interested. Compensation Structure: Base Salary + Incentive bonus Range: $325k - $390k, commensurate with experience Qualifications MD/DO Board-eligible or board-certified All applicants must be licensed in MO or eligible for licensure in MO Successful completion of ACGME accredited fellowship programs. The successful candidate must also have a strong interest in direct patient care. Candidates with backgrounds in academics, military, private practice, as well those from diverse ethnicities and cultures are encouraged to apply! Preferred Qualifications: Interests in clinical teaching and/or research Additional advanced training in CT, and/or MRI reading.