Job Opening

Indianapolis has a job opening for a qualified Non-Invasive physician in Indianapolis, IN

Job Details

Full Time


Flexible Clinic Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., With flexible evening & Saturday hours


New Graduates

Relocation Assistance Available

Average patients seen: Outpatient volume 11-22; Daily inpatient rounding 1520 patients

Call Schedule:

Weekend/Holiday Call: 1:5; Short Call: One time per month, 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.; No night call expectation, supported by cardiac nocturnists

Sign-On Bonus


Competitive compensation, including income guarantee, with bonus incentives


Generous start-up and retention bonuses; relocation allowance
Paid malpractice
27 days of Allowed Time Off plus 5 days for CME with an annual stipend
Full benefits package, including health, life, dental, vision and legal insurance
Retirement options, including 403(b), 457(b), 401(a)
Short- and Long-Term Own Occupation Disability
Leadership development through board and committee opportunities
Practice Type: Employee

Setting: Traditional

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Additional Info:

Join a growing, dynamic, private practice hospital-owned group.
Interested candidates will join a large collegial group, of equal shares, a multi-specialty team of cardiologists, three cardiac hospitalists, and advanced practice providers
Opportunity to become Director of Nuclear Cardiology with the right candidate
Telehealth visits offered
Phillips systems which include the Flex vision screens with the most updated software package including clarity software and availability of nine data out ports providing connection to TEE/CCTA's images on the Flex vision screens
Perform cardiac CT, MRI and vascular imaging
Opportunities to grow a number of programs
Minimal travel to outreach locations <1 hour from the main campus

Hard-working, well-trained non-invasive cardiologist with special expertise in nuclear cardiology, including PET OR advanced cardiac imaging (CT and CMR), (LEVEL 3 Preferred)
Passion for cardiac CT, MRI and vascular imaging

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