We have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and engaging electrophysiologist to join the Luminis Health system and serve as the Co-director of the Electrophysiology Program at Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC). The electrophysiologist will have a proven track record of clinical and academic excellence, and will be joining a recently established and rapidly growing Cardiac Surgery program.
As a not-for-profit regional health system headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland, Luminis Health serves an area of more than one million people. AAMC is the third busiest hospital in Maryland, and is nationally recognized in heart care. Our cardiac specialists perform thousands of cardiac-related procedures every year, and cared for over 35,000 cardiac patients last year. Our cardiac catheterization lab performed over 1,400 diagnostic catheterizations, 170 STEMI, 400 PCI (acute and elective), 80 electrophysiology/ablations and 300 permanent pacers/AICD in 2018. AAMC offers a wide range of quality cardiac services, from prevention and diagnosis of heart disease to interventional cardiology procedures and rehabilitation.
The Co-director will be an accomplished cardiologist, board-certified in cardiovascular disease and electrophysiology. He will partner with our established Co-director of electrophysiology, who is an experienced and well established and academically recognized electrophysiologist, to actualize our shared clinical vision and tripartite mission: clinical care, education, and research. The Co-director of electrophysiology will further enhance, develop and expand our clinical services and maintain a safe, efficient, high quality electrophysiology division. He will work in close cooperation with our Chief of Cardiac Surgery, Cardiac Cath lab director and Medical Director of Cardiovascular Services to foster the success of the program with respect to quality, efficiency, costs, community awareness, and integration of the program throughout Luminis Health.
Additional responsibilities include:
All applicants will be eligible for a competitive salary and generous benefits package. Successful candidates will also have the opportunity to participate in our seed funding for research as well as statistical and clinical trial support.
Qualified candidates must show successful completion of an approved fellowships in cardiology and electrophysiology. Candidates must hold an MD or equivalent degree and be eligible for licensure in Maryland. Candidates must be board-certified in cardiology and electrophysiology with 5-10 years of post-fellowship experience.
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