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Physician - Interventional Cardiologist

United states, Fayetteville
1 years ago
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Washington Regional
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Interventional Cardiology Opportunity Washington Regional’s Walker Heart Institute, located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, has an immediate opening for a full-time BC/BE Interventional Cardiologist to join its well-established, high-volume Cardiovascular Clinic. The ideal candidate will be committed to clinical excellence in a strong health system which offers full practice support with a large referral base from 200+ employed physicians and advanced practice providers. Walker Heart Institute curre...Read more

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