Main Line Health is seeking a full-time, experienced double board-certified cardiologist/ electrophysiologist specializing in electrophysiology to join the team in the renowned Lankenau Heart Institute. The ideal candidate will possess a strong clinical background; clinical research experience is preferred. The ideal candidate should also be experienced in complex catheter ablation and all facets of device implantation.
For the tenth year, Lankenau Medical Center, part of Main Line Health’s Lankenau Heart Institute, has been named one of the nation’s 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals® by Truven Health Analytics. Lankenau was also the only hospital in Pennsylvania to be named to the list this year. In addition, Becker’s Hospital Review has named Lankenau Medical Center, part of Main Line Health’s Lankenau Heart Institute, among its list of 100 Hospitals and Health Systems with Great Heart Programs. The award recognizes hospitals leading the nation in cardiovascular care.
- High volume of patients
- Access to breakthrough technologies and treatments
- Enjoy the benefits of working in a well-established, highly regarded practice
- Enjoy the support of respected and top-level primary care, hospitalists and other specialists within Main Line Health community
- Diverse patient mix
- Reasonable call schedule 1:5–1:6 for electrophysiology only
- High income potential with competitive base compensation and production incentives
- Excellent benefits package
- Financial security with working for a top ranked, financially secure hospital system
- Area is well known for the top ranked (nationally) public and private schools
- Less than an hour drive to historic Philadelphia
- Wonderful cultural opportunities
- Short drive to beaches, mountains, New York City and Washington, D.C.
Dating its origin to 1860, Main Line Health has been consistently recognized as a top hospital for cardiac care. It is not only is ranked among the top cardiac 50 centers by Truven Health Analytics but is also the only hospital in Philadelphia area to be ranked in this top tier, which denotes better in-hospital and 30-day survival for selected cardiovascular disease groups, fewer complications, lower rates of re-admission, and shorter lengths of stay compared with its peers.