Gastroenterology Opportunity in Nashville, Tennessee
Seeking experienced gastroenterologist with ERCP training to expand and grow gastroenterology services and develop programmatic needs within the north Nashville community.
Qualified Candidates: - Board certified or board eligible in gastroenterology - Prefer two or more years of experience with the ability to work independently - Advanced endoscopy fellowship; ERCP skills required, EUS welcomed
Incentive/Benefits Package: - Competitive salary and productivity bonus - Comprehensive benefits package including 401k and paid malpractice - Paid time off, CME and dues allowance - Relocation assistance
About TriStar Skyline Medical Center: - TriStar Skyline Medical Center is a 233-bed hospital - Serves our community with over 67,000 annual ER visits - TriStar Skyline offers medical and surgical programs, including heart and vascular, oncology, orthopedics/spine and CARF accredited rehabilitation - As an ACS verified Level II Trauma Center and an accredited chest pain center with PCI, TriStar Skyline is a leading provider of emergency care - Office will be located on campus - Full state of the art endoscopy suite - Sarah Cannon at TriStar Health provides patients with state-of-the-art cancer care close to home. Through our network of accredited oncology programs, we provide a full range of services from diagnosis through survivorship for patients throughout Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. We offer physicians and their patient’s access to a robust trial menu that investigates more than 200+ unique agents through trials each year.
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