Cardiology: Electrophysiology - Northeastern Indiana

Physician: Cardiology: Electrophysiology (EP)
Market: Metropolitan 1 (50,000 to 250,000)
Job ID:9399
Verified Date:04/19/2021
Loan Repayment:Yes
Sign on Bonus:Yes
Practice Type: Employed
Accept J1 Visa:No
Accept H1b Visa:No
Permanent: Full time Cardiology: Electrophysiology (EP)

What you need to know:

Practice Details

  • Seeking a BC/BE Electrophysiologist to join a large, dynamic, multidisciplinary Cardiology group 
  • With our own heart transplant program, as well as research opportunities available within our own research organization, Our Health Network provides the full spectrum of cardiology care to northeast Indiana.
  • Has not only has 2 EP labs, 1 hybrid lab, and the latest imaging technology, but also is equipped with three mapping systems: Carto, ESI, and Rhythmia
  • EP candidates should be well versed in both basic and advanced EP procedures and device implementation. 
  • Interest and competence in complex ablations including VT, AFib, and laser lead extractions is strongly preferred
  • Watchman experience is a plus.
  • Cryo, RF AFib, and Convergent AF Ablations
  • VT Ablations with Impella support and epicardial approach
  • Laser lead extractions
  • Watchman
  • Physicians are supported by a PA who is highly trained in hospital rounding,  triage, and assisting in procedures with closing and ILR implants.
  • Team also has an office NP, RNs including an AFib navigator, procedure scheduler and CMAs
  • Highly trained and dedicated EP staff of RNs and RTs
  • Call is limited to EP only and is shared equally among EP physicians during the day. Night call is covered by the cardiology nocturnists
  • The EP outpatient clinics include a dedicated AFib clinic which is part of The Heart and Vascular Center (with clinics for structural heart, heart failure, lipid management and Pulmonary Hypertension).
  • AFib Certified with the ACC Accreditation Service

Compensation Details

  • Salary plus Incentive 
  • Commencement and/or Signing Bonus & Relocation
  • Potential for Medical Education Debt Repayment
  • Potential for Fellowship Stipend
  • CME, Licensure, Dues, Subscriptions, Certification
  • Health, Retirement, & Vacation

Community Details

  • Fort Wayne is not only the hub of three rivers, it is also a major metropolitan area and the second largest city in Indiana.
  • Fort Wayne continues to progress as corporations and individuals live, thrive and expand together. In fact during the 1980's and 1990's Fort Wayne received accolades as an All-American City and a Most Livable City.
  • This small city of 250,000+ offers a wide variety of activities, including, minor league professional sports, arts & culture, recreation and shopping.  

Recruiter Insights

Compensation.  The Starting Salary Is Up To $50,000 to $75,000 More Compared To Starting Salaries Located In Chicago And Indianapolis, Coupled With Cost Of Living 30% Less, Provides Physicians With Significant Purchasing Power Where You Can Build Your Dream Home, Pay Off School Loans And Retire Early.  

The Housing Market.  With Average Home Pricing Settled At $121,750 And Where This Beautiful 5,152 SF, 5BR/4.5BA home comes with a family Master Suite on the Main Floor with Private Den/Office, Full Finished Daylight Basement is an entertainer's dream with Wet Bar, Game Room, Play Room, Exercise Room is located in Inverness Lakes SW Neighborhood can be yours for $395,000.  

The Community.  Fort Wayne is a community of 250,000 located in northeastern Indiana offers a safe community with midwestern values. The community offers wide variety of activities, including, minor league professional sports, arts & culture, recreation and shopping.  

The Employer.  This 396-bed tertiary care facility opened it's doors in 1904. This organization is committed to it's physicians and is committed to providing the highest level of expertise and technology locally so patients dont have to travel hours from home to receive the care they deserve.

Community Profile What is nice to know.

Closest International Airports:

  • 19 miles: Fort Wayne, IN (FWA / KFWA) Fort Wayne International Airport
  • 130 miles: Lansing, MI (LAN / KLAN) Capital Region International Airport
  • 133 miles: Dayton, OH (DAY / KDAY) James M. Cox Dayton International Airport

Closest Major City:

  • 90 miles to Toledo, OH
  • 108 miles to Indianapolis, IN
  • 136 miles to Windsor, Canada

Closest Domestic Airport:

  • 19 miles: Fort Wayne, IN (FWA / KFWA) Fort Wayne International Airport
  • 92 miles: Toledo, OH (TOL / KTOL) Toledo Express Airport
  • 94 miles: South Bend, IN (SBN / KSBN) South Bend Regional Airport

Cost of Living:

  • State living index- 91.1
  • City living index- 83.4
  • Mean house cost-  $121,750

Colleges and Universities:

  • Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne  (Full-time enrollment: 10,126; Location: 2101 E Coliseum Blvd; Public; Website: www.ipfw.edu; Offers Master's degree)
  • Indiana Institute of Technology  (FT enrollment: 4,320; Location: 1600 E Washington Blvd; Private, not-for-profit; Website: www.indianatech.edu; Offers Doctor's degree)
  • University of Saint Francis-Fort Wayne  (FT enrollment: 2,075; Location: 2701 Spring St; Private, not-for-profit; Website: www.sf.edu; Offers Master's degree)

Demographics:

  • 67.9% White alone
  • 14.8% Black alone
  • 9.5% Hispanic
  • 4.5% Asian alone
  • 3.2% Two or more races
  • 0.07% American Indian alone
  • 0.02% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
  • 0.02%Other race alone

 

Taxes:

  • Sales tax rate- 7%
  • Property tax rate- 0.85%
  • Income tax rate- 3.3%
  • County tax rate- 6.5%

Major Industry:

  • Manufacturing (22%)
  • Retail trade (15%)
  • Construction (9%)
  • Transportation and warehousing (7%)
  • Professional, scientific, and technical services (6%)
  • Accommodation and food services (6%)
  • Wholesale trade (5%)

Recreation:

  • Bob Arnold Northside Park Amenities include two pavilions, tennis courts, playground, informal soccer field, public pool, and the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department's central offices.
  • Over 70 parks that include playgrounds, basketball courts, and more.

Arts & Culture:

  • Fort Wayne Museum of Art has galleries featuring American and related art from the 19th century to today.
  • Best Museums in Fort Wayne, IN - Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Science Central, History Center, Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile MuseumFort Wayne Air Museum, Kruse Museums, The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museums, and Hoosier Air Museum.

Sports for the Spectator:

  • Fort Wayne is named the "#1 City for Minor League Sports".  Come check out TinCaps baseball, Komets hockey or MadAnts basketball game.   
  • Visit Indiana University- Purdue University-Fort Wayne to watch divison 1 sports.
  • Visit Indianapolis, a 108 mile drive to watch professional sport teams such as Indianapolis Colts and Indianapolis Colts.

Sports for the Participant:

  • For adults they offer aquatics, recreational basketball, dance classes, several golf courses, softball leagues, baseball leagues, tennis leagues, and volleyball leagues.
  • For youth the offer basketball, soccer, baseball, Swim Lessons,Tennis Lessons, Gymnastics, Dance Classes, Cheerleading/Tumbling, Pee Wee Golf TourJunior Golf Tour, and J & B Pacers Summer Running.

Shopping:

  • Northcrest Shopping Centers anchor tenants are Kohl's, Best Buy, Office Depot, Ulta, Carter's, TJ Maxx, Shoe Carnival, Old Navy, Hallmark and Value City Furniture.
  • Parkwest shopping center has upscale home decor, furniture, bedding, bath, kitchen, electrics, luggage, toys, crafts, pets, gifts, and more.

Top Five things to do:

  1. Fort Wayne Children's Zoo
  2. Parkview Field
  3. Allen County Public Library
  4. The Embassy Theatre
  5. Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory