The Heart and Vascular Center at McLaren Northern Michigan is recruiting a Cardiothoracic Surgeon to join a team of employed specialists in Petoskey, Michigan. Enjoy working with a dedicated group of Non-Invasive Cardiologists, Interventional Cardiologists, Electrophysiologists, and two other Cardiothoracic Surgeons in a tertiary setting. Practice in a collegial environment with a progressive group. Call of 1:3 will be shared and additional support is provided by an Advanced Practice Provider.
Nationally recognized as a Top 50 Heart Hospital by Truven Health, McLaren Northern Michigan is a regional referral center that focuses on quality initiatives resulting in excellent outcomes and exceptional patient care. The Heart and Vascular specialists are actively engaged in on-site research and clinical trials while serving an expansive geographic area of northern Michigan.
Additional Benefits of Joining McLaren Northern Michigan:
- An evolving structural heart program including minimally invasive procedures such as TAVR, Mitraclip and the Watchman.
- Advanced electrophysiology treatment options including cardiac ablations, arrhythmia device implantation, laser lead extraction, left atrial appendage occlusion procedures and medication therapy.
- Innovative diagnostic techniques & advanced 3-D imaging modalities including mobile diagnostics available at outreach locations.
- Specialty clinics include: Arrhythmia Clinic, Heart Failure Clinic and a Structural Heart Clinic
McLaren employed providers enjoy a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits including CME funds, med mal insurance plus tail coverage, health/vision/dental insurances, license/DEA reimbursement and two investment options.
McLaren Northern Michigan is a 202-bed regional referral center located in Petoskey, serving residents in 22 counties across northern Lower Michigan and the eastern part of the Upper Peninsula. More than 230 physicians represent nearly all medical and surgical specialties, enabling full-service care with an emphasis on cardiology, cancer, orthopedics, and neurosciences. McLaren Northern Michigan has a network of primary care providers and specialty care clinics throughout the region, and an outpatient surgery center in Cheboygan. It has achieved Magnet® status for nursing excellence, been named a Top 50 heart hospital in the U.S. by IBM/Watson Health, and received the highest national ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for quality and safety.
McLaren Northern Michigan is a subsidiary of McLaren Health Care, a fully integrated health network committed to quality, evidence-based patient care and cost efficiency. McLaren includes 15 hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, commercial and Medicaid HMOs, and a 490-member employed primary and specialty care physician network. McLaren has 28,000 employees and more than 90,000 network providers throughout Michigan, Indiana and Ohio.
McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.
Petoskey is located on the shores of Lake Michigan's beautiful Little Traverse Bay in northwest, lower-Peninsula Michigan. The historic architecture, seasonal activities, and miles of waterfront make it a great place to settle year-round. Petoskey is a wonderful place to raise a family with its excellent schools (both public and parochial) and community sports programs. The historic downtown offers many gourmet restaurants, specialty shops, and boutiques; as well as an active art and music community leading to very diverse and exciting opportunities to both watch and participate in music and theater. Petoskey’s housing market has diverse residential options: from condominiums to several acres of land, and ownership to renting. The area boasts of elegant Victorian architecture in the homes and buildings, with more than 400 homes on the National Historic register. There is something for everyone with the plethora of year-round outdoor activities in Petoskey. In the winter, the Winter Sports Park offers outdoor hockey, ice skating, and sledding; while the summer provides tubing, swimming, and countless beaches and woods to explore. Several hiking and biking trails wind throughout the area – some are even part of the North Country Trail, which links seven states and covers 4,600 miles from New York to North Dakota.