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Pediatric Electrophysiologist (Spokane, WA)

The beautiful Pacific Northwest awaits! Spokane, Washington -- Providence Medical Group – Eastern Washington is seeking an excellent Pediatric Electrophysiologist to join our well established program at the Providence Center for Congenital Heart Disease. The candidate should have completed training in pediatric cardiology and have at least one additional year of fellowship training in Pediatric Electrophysiology, and be IBHRE certified/eligible in Pediatric Electrophysiology. New physician will join our current EP physician and a group of seven other pediatric cardiologists caring for a large population of children and adults with congenital heart disease in the Inland Northwest. The position will be based at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital/Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, a regional tertiary care referral center. Services provided at SHCH/PSHMC include comprehensive cardiac surgical, interventional and electrophysiological care in state-of-the-art facilities, as well as adult heart transplant and VAD services, Pediatric ECLS, and dedicated Hybrid and Robotic surgical OR’s. Growth opportunities in Pediatric and Congenital EP include a thriving nonfluoroscopic ablation program and our rapidly growing ACHD program. The prospective Pediatric Electrophysiologist will practice all aspects of EP care, including catheter ablation and device implant procedures. Academic opportunities are available in the region with the rapid expansion of medical education through both the University of Washington and Washington State University. Competitive compensation and excellent benefits through Providence Medical Group. Providence Medical Group – Eastern Washington is our physician-led network of more than 500 primary and specialty care providers in multiple clinic locations in Spokane and Stevens counties. PMG providers offer exceptional patient-centered care as a reflection of our Providence values. PMG partners with some of the region’s most advanced hospitals: Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children’s Hospital, Providence Holy Family Hospital, Providence Mount Carmel and Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital. Spokane, located about halfway between the Rocky and Cascade Mountain Ranges, is a regional medical hub, drawing patients from four states. Spokane and eastern Washington offer high quality of life features as well, including some of the nation’s cleanest air and water, responsible development in harmony with nature, and a mild four-season climate. Spokane’s affordable housing, growing arts and theater community and excellent higher education choices make it a prime destination for families and working professionals alike. Outdoor enthusiasts relish Spokane’s prime location close to skiing, hiking, whitewater rafting and other recreation. Providence Medical Group is part of Providence Health & Services, a not-for-profit network of hospitals, clinics and physician partners in Alaska, California, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Providence has a proud 150-year history in the West, and we continue to grow with the communities we serve. With more than 300 provider opportunities in virtually all specialties, we offer diverse lifestyle choices, flexible work arrangements and robust practice support. Learn more at

Open Date: July 11, 2016
Close Date:
Location: Providence Sacred Heart Children's Hospital, Spokane, WA
Contact: Chris Anderson, MD, FAAP, CEPS-PC
Pediatric Electrophysiology Providence Center for Congenital Heart Disease
101 W 8th Ave, Suite 4300 Spokane, WA 99204
P: 509-474-6707 F: 509-624-9186
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Electrophysiology Manager RN United Heart and Vascular


  • Accountable for sustaining and improving daily operations of Allina Health Clinic financial, clinical and employee care goals, specifically in managing the EP program
  • This role works in a leadership partner model with the lead physician and site medical director of the EP program
  • EP Clinical program design
  • Care improvement throughout the EP program in collaboration with clinical leadership
  • Service, patient safety and risk management
  • Serve as an internal resource for operational improvement program development and implementation
  • Participate in cross-functional teams or special committees as may be required
  • Involvement with local community – positive representation within the community
  • Leadership and staff development
  • Ensure front-end processes of the revenue and collection cycles are implemented and effectively managed
  • Lead and coordinate annual site budget process
  • Coordinate site capital planning process
  • Lead site compliance goal
  • Coordinate with lead physician to monitor monthly budget performance
  • Exercise supervision of up to 35 non-exempt FTEs, including scheduling, nursing and device staff
  • Two-year degree, RN
  • BSN preferred
Qualifications/Skills Experience:
  • Two years healthcare supervisory experience preferred in ambulatory or cath lab setting
  • EP/Cath lab experience preferred •Clinic/Ambulatory Experience preferred

Open Date: May 24, 2016
Close Date:

St. Paul, Minnesota


Brittany Carmody

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Director, Pediatric Cardiac Electrophysiology – Detroit

The Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, is recruiting a Director of its established Pediatric Cardiac Electrophysiology Program to replace the current individual, who will be vacating that role. Candidate’s qualifications should include a mimimum of 5 years clinical experience and be able to attain Associate or Full Professor academic status. The position will be available in 2017.
The successful candidate will join two current Pediatric Electrophysiologists and a dedicated EP nurse practitioner as well as 16  other cardiologists, 2 cardiovascular surgeons and 7 other mid-level providers in Detroit’s largest Pediatric Cardiology and only Pediatric Cardiac Electrophysiology and Congenital Cardiovascular Surgical programs. Candidates must be board-certified in Pediatric Cardiology and licensed or able to obtain a license to practice in the state of Michigan. IBHRE certification is strongly recommended. The position includes supervising and managing all invasive and non-invasive cardiac electrophysiology services, including the performance of inpatient and outpatient arrhythmia consultations, EP catheterization studies with 3D mapping and catheter ablations, cardiac device implant and explant to both pediatric and adult congenital heart patients, as well as equipment evaluations. Some general cardiology duties as well as Resident/Fellow teaching are to be expected.
In addition to electrophysiology, the Division of Cardiology has established expertise in cardiac intervention, adult congenital, heart failure/transplant, echocardiography, MRI, pulmonary hypertension, lipid management, as well as a Cardiology Fellowship training program. Drawing from a population of approximately 5 million people in Southeast Michigan, the Division provides over 7500 outpatient visits, performs 700 cardiac catheterizations, and over 100 invasive EP procedures per year. The position offers senior EP mentoring and extensive opportunities for clinical research.

Wayne State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, creed, sex, age, national origin, physicial or mental disability, sexual orientation or other legally protected status.

Open Date: February 29, 2016
Close Date: June 30, 2018
Location: Detroit, MI
Contact: For any further information, please contact : Peter Karpawich, MD, Director, Cardiac Electrophysiology (; 313-745-0150). Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae with a cover letter of introduction to Dr Richard Humes, MD, Chief, Division of Cardiology, The Children’s Hospital of Michgan, 4th Floor Carls, 3901 Beaubien Blvd, Detroit, MI 48201 (; 313-745-5956).
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