St. Anthony is seeking a Vascular Surgeon to join St. Anthony Heart and Vascular Institute in Oklahoma City, OK
We are seeking a General Vascular Surgeon to join a thriving practice at St. Anthony Heart and Vascular Institute.The existing practice includes seven Cardiologists, an Electrophysiology Physician, and a Vascular Surgeon. Due to rapid growth in the Oklahoma City area, there is a need for expanded Vascular Surgery services. This opportunity has a strong emphasis in open vascular surgery, endovascular surgery, venous surgery, hemodialysis access surgery and wound care. The physician will share call with the current vascular surgeon, and with two additional independent vascular surgeons who are on St. Anthony medical staff.This opportunity offers an innovative compensation model, a signing bonus, a well established group with strong physician leadership, direction, and support.
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