Job Information

Sanford Health Physician - Cardiology - Cathlab, Invasive/Interventional in Bismarck, North Dakota

Location ND, Bismarck

Specialty Cariology - Cathlab, Invasive/Interventional

Visas Accepted N/A

Practice Details

Sanford Clinic is seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Interventional Cardiologist to join a group of 8 physicians and 8 APPs who provide care for one of the most progressive heart programs in the country.

We are able to provide J1 visa waiver sponsorship for this position!

  • Leaders in treating heart disease with the region's first Cardiac Cath Lab, the first Cardiac Rehab Center and were the first to perform open heart surgery.

  • Innovative technology and services including endovascular therapies, drug coated balloon, Orbital atherectomy, Absorb GT1 Biodegradable stent, percutaneous hemodynamic support, CardioMEMS, and the region's most advanced CT scanner allowing 4-D images in less time than the heart beats once

  • Accredited Echocardiography Lab

  • Heart Failure Program and Anticoagulation Clinic

  • Broad referral base spanning Western ND

Compensation Package

Nationally competitive 2 year salary guarantee with a comprehensive physician benefit package including 401k, Health, Dental, Vision, Paid CME, Paid Vacation, Malpractice, Disability and Relocation Allowance

About this Community

ABOUT SANFORD HEALTH IN WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA Sanford Health has locations in Bismarck, Dickinson, Mandan, Minot and Watford City. The West Region proudly serves an area that spans more than 83,000 square miles and stretches into three states.

BISMARCK COMMUNITY Bismarck serves as the capital city of North Dakota and sits along the banks of the scenic Missouri River. More than 125,000 people call the Bismarck-Mandan area home, and it is the second most populous city in ND. It is the seventh fastest-growing city in the United States.

Job Function Physicians

Req Number R-0107858

Equal Employment Opportunity

Sanford and its affiliate brands have consistently operated under the principle of equal treatment for all persons without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital status, disability, military or veteran status, in regard to public assistance or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state or local law.