OHSU's Heart Failure Program treats patients with heart failure using the most innovative therapies and compassionate, patient-centered approach. Our program works collaboratively with patients and their providers to develop the right treatment plan for program participants, from initial diagnosis onwards. Our program is expanding and adding additional practitioners to meet the patient care needs in our area.
This position serves as a clinical cardiologist in the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Program in the Knight Cardiovascular Institute.Duties include, but are not limited toseeing patients in anoutpatient clinic, providinginpatient care of pre and post-transplant patients as well as performingright heart catheterizations and cardiac biopsies.
Must be licensed MD, Board Certified or Board Eligible in Cardiovascular Diseases and Advanced Heart Failure
Prior experience working in an academic health facility
Apply here online. Please be sure to upload a cover letter and Resume or CV.
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