A large, multi-specialty hospital is seeking a cardiac electrophysiologist for locum tenens coverage. The hospital is located in Maryland. This is going to be a 9-month, full-time assignment for a Board Certified Electrophysiologist. The locum will be working with outpatient and inpatient consults. Procedures include ablations of SVT and VT, pulmonary vein isolation, left atrial occlusion devices, and implantation of pacemakers, loop recorders, ICD, and CRT devices. The locum must be licensed in Maryland and must be Board Certified in Electrophysiology. The schedule is 5 days per week with negotiable weekends. Dates Needed: ASAP - Ongoing Case Load/PPD: 10-20 Shift Type: Day Shift Assignment Type: Inpatient; Clinic Assignment Duration: Locums Call Required: No Board Certification Required: Negotiable Patient Population: Adults Government: No Reference ID: ORD-109433-MD-MD Contact: /> * Your LocumTenens.com recruiter has the specialized knowledge and personal connections to source premier assignments while negotiating top pay on your behalf * LT Online Experience gives you one-stop visibility into your past and future assignments, presents, time and pay, preferences, travel info and document storage * LocumTenens.com provides paid malpractice insurance (A++), paid housing and travel, comprehensive onboarding, 1099 financial consulting, and credentialing, privileging, and licensing assistance
Maryland Cardiac Electrophysiology Locum Tenens Physician Jobs
There are many benefits to working as a contract physician. This is especially the case if you are a cardiac electrophysiologist. For starters, heart issues are very common in this country, and therefore cardiac jobs remain in high demand. Secondly, locum tenens physicians can have more flexibility than those in full-time positions, such as more control over where and when they work. If this sounds like an attractive career move to you, start searching below for cardiac electrophysiology locum tenens physician jobs in Maryland. Cardiac electrophysiologists diagnose and treat patients who are experiencing heart rhythm issues. They also help coach those patients on any lifestyle changes they need to make for their hearts. Because of the physician shortage across the United States, there are many gaps in care when it comes to cardiac treatment. For this reason, you should not delay your application. Start your search for Maryland cardiac electrophysiology locum tenens physician jobs by browsing below!