Gastroenterology - EUS

Munson Healthcare   •  

Traverse City, MI

Industry: Patient Care


Not Specified years

Posted 292 days ago

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On Call Requirements:

TBD Excellent opportunity for a BE/BC Gastroenterologist with ERCP skills and EUS training to join one of two area practices. Compensation and benefits packages will be provided by the practices with support from Munson Medical Center. Hospitalists/PCPs admit and evaluate all inpatients prior to Gastroenterology evaluation. Munson Medical Center is a 391 bed tertiary care facility and Level Two Trauma Center. A comprehensive cancer center, which was completed in 2016, is also on campus. Enjoy a collegial environment and experienced support.

About the Hospital

Munson Medical Center is a 391-bed tertiary care facility located in northwest lower Michigan. It has the region’s largest medical staff with nearly 420 physicians representing 54 specialties. Munson Medical Center’s reputation for high quality care is evidenced by repeated national recognition: 100 Top Hospitals® 14 times, making Munson Medical Center one in only two hospitals nationwide to receive this award so often; 2009 and 2008 recipient of the Everest Award for National Benchmarks; 2008 recipient of the American Hospital Association-McKesson Quest for Quality Prize™; sole recipient of the National Quality Health Care award for 2000 (National Committee for Quality Health Care). Munson’s Coronary Bypass Surgery program was rated #1 in the nation in 2011 and 2010 by CareChex,® a quality rating service of the Delta Group. Munson has been recognized seven times by Thomson Reuters for superior heart care, including listed among the 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals in 2011 when Thomson Reuters narrowed the list to highlight providers truly leading the way. Munson Medical Center’s orthopedic services ranked as the top program in Michigan for 2008. Munson Medical Center was redesignated as a Magnet Hospital for nursing excellence by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in 2011.