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King's Daughters Medical Center, a 465-bed regional referral center in Ashland, Kentucky, is presenting a lucrative opportunity for a vascular/endovascular surgeon.
We have a high quality heart and vascular program with 15 Cardiologists, 4 Electrophysiologists, 3 Endovascular Surgeons, 3 Cardiothoracic Surgeons and 3 Interventional Radiologists who work collaboratively and 25+ advanced providers supporting the service line. Our program features:
• Hybrid OR and Labs all work off of block scheduling
• Interventional Radiology, Vascular and Cardiology collaboration
• Seasoned Vascular Lab and OR staff; Rad techs are all advanced certified. Interv. Card & Vas. Interv.
• 9 total labs 4 Phillips FD20 labs including Hybrid
• EPIC electronic medical records system
The hospital-employed physician will receive a 2-year guarantee plus WRVUs. The incoming physicians also will earn excellent benefits (health, vision, dental, life, retirement/CAP plan), along with 6-weeks (30 days) of vacation and an additional week (5-days) for CME. We will offer signing bonus, pay for all licensing/DEA/credentialing fees, advanced practitioner monthly stipend if supervising full-time NP/PA. We have onsite daycare and just a large clinical support group to help all our cardiovascular services.
King's Daughters Health System includes two hospitals, King's Daughters Medical Center in Ashland, Kentucky; and King's Daughters - Ohio, in Portsmouth, Ohio. Additionally, our network features 40+ family care and multi-specialty clinics located throughout Ohio and Kentucky.. Our service area is over 750,000 so our catchment area is extremely large. We are closely affiliated with University of Kentucky and currently have OBED residents rotating at our main campus.
Our Tri-State region is renowned for family friendly communities with great schools and low crime. We also host some of the country’s finest state parks, featuring golf, skiing, boating, fishing, hunting and biking. We’re also a short drive to metro cities in Ohio (Cincinnati and Columbus) and Kentucky (Lexington and Louisville).