Join one of the nation’s largest, most respected health systems and experience what it means to live well. Advocate Health is seeking a multi-modality advanced imaging cardiologist to serve its patients at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Our Advanced Imaging Core Group provides coverage for echocardiography, interventional echocardiography, cardiac CT, SPECT/PET, and CMR in a well-established cardiovascular group (75 cardiologists system-wide, 25 at Aurora St. Luke’s campus) on the forefront of cardiology. The ideal candidate would have completed an advanced imaging fellowship and have interest in multi-modality imaging, structural heart disease procedures, clinical education and clinical research.
What You Would Do?
- Provide physician coverage and interpretation of transthoracic and trans-esophageal echocardiograms
- Provide physician coverage and interpretation of cardiac CT
- Provide physician coverage and interpretation of cardiac MRI
- Provide physician supervision for stress laboratory, staffed with physician assistants for nuclear and echocardiographic stress tests
- Provide physician coverage and interpretation of nuclear cardiology scans (if desired)
- Participate in structural heart interventions in our well-established structural program (if desired)
- Supervise and teach general cardiology fellows, advanced imaging fellows, and cardiac sonography students, and other trainees
- Contribute to the academic pursuits of the Wisconsin Cardiovascular service line, including mentoring trainees to abstracts and publications
- Opportunity to be 100% imaging or include clinic and hospital service
- Weekend call rotation is 1:6 which includes full Saturday and Sundays of imaging
- No general cardiology call
- primary location of work: Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center
- Board certified / eligible in general cardiology
- Board certified / eligible in echocardiography/Level III in Echocardiography
- Board certified / eligible in cardiac CT/Level II or III in Cardiac CT
- Board certified / eligible in cardiac MRI /Level II or III in Cardiac CMR
- Board certified/eligible in nuclear cardiology/Level II or III in Nuclear Cardiology
- Ability to hold a Wisconsin Medical License
- Completion of advanced imaging fellowship (1-2 years)
- Board certified / eligible in nuclear cardiology and cardiac CT
- Track record of clinical research in advanced imaging
- Experience and interest in structural CT
- Experience and interest in the education of cardiology fellows in cardiac imaging
What Advocate Health offers
- Integrated nationally recognized organization
- A diverse and inclusive environment ensuring safe and equitable care for all patients
- A competitive compensation model that is sustainable, equitable, transparent, compliant, and rewarding
- Comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, vision and life insurance, CME allowance, 401K and a deferred compensation plan, and paid medical liability insurance
- Relocation assistance up to $12,000
- Adoption assistance and surrogacy assistance
- Education Assistance Program
- Pre-tax accounts for dependent care, health care and commuter benefit
- Leave-of-absence programs including: FMLA, Military Leave, Parental Leave, Personal Leave, VESSA Leave
About Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center
The future of cardiovascular medicine is happening here at Aurora St. Luke’s, and you are at the center. Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center is the largest hospital in Wisconsin and the heart of our cardiovascular program. This flagship hospital is home to our cardiac specialty centers, the largest heart transplant/VAD program in the state, and the largest Structural Valve Program in Wisconsin. Aurora St. Luke’s is also the at the core of our academic pursuits and groundbreaking trials in cardiovascular disease (including TAVR, TMVR, tricuspid, LAAO, stroke, pulmonary embolism, cardiogenic shock). With a robust fellowship program (>30 trainees in general cardiology, Advanced Imaging, Heart Failure, Interventional Cardiology, Electrophysiology, and Structural Heart Disease), we are committed to training the next generation of physicians.
About Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Wisconsin’s largest city
With a county-wide population of nearly a million, Milwaukee offers the best of everything you’d expect to find in a major city while retaining a hometown feel in its many and diverse neighborhoods. Culturally, Milwaukee has many options, ranging from performing arts centers, theaters and museums – including an internationally designed lakefront art museum – to one of the nation’s top 10 zoos. Sophisticated, scenic, affordable and event-filled, Milwaukee has an impressive array of public and private schools, including UW-Milwaukee and Marquette University, award-winning restaurants, world-class shopping, and one of the most convenient and “user-friendly” international airports in the world.
About Advocate Health
Advocate Health is the 5th largest nonprofit health care system in the United States. We are a national leader in clinical innovation, health outcomes, consumer experience and value-based care. Advocate Health has a combined footprint across six states – Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina and Wisconsin. In Illinois and Wisconsin, we serve nearly 3 million patients annually across more than 500 sites of care in 27 hospitals. We are a leading employer in the Midwest with a diverse team of over 77,000, including 3,700+ employed physicians and more than 2,000 Advanced Practice Clinicians in our clinician-led medical group.
We are committed to diversity and inclusion every single day and in everything we do. By cultivating an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion, we create a welcoming environment where our patients can heal, our teammates can thrive, and our business can grow. As a teammate, working in a diverse setting allows you the chance to grow in ways that will broaden your perspective to deliver the best possible patient care.