Job ID: 290117799
Last Updated: 10/4/2022
Cardiology - Electrophysiology
The Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, is seeking an Electrophysiologist to join our Heart Rhythm Services Division.
The Department of Cardiovascular Medicine is comprised of approximately 140 specialists, of which approximately 25 are faculty members of the in the Division of Heart Rhythm Services.
The EP clinical practice utilizes 7 procedural rooms at St. Marys Hospital.
Clinical volume would approximate 1,300 ablation and 1,500 CIED procedures annually. Additionally, epicardial ablation , LAAO, and device extraction are performed. Faculty participate in in-hospital services as well as outpatient heart rhythm consultation. Specific disease processes with enriched populations include: HCM, inherited arrhythmias, ARVC, sarcoidosis, amyloidosis, VDH, and many others.
An active educational program exists and faculty will have an academic appointment. Schools include: Mayo Alix School of Medicine (160 students), Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education (HRS has 6 advanced EP fellows and 40 Cardiovascular fellows), and the Mayo CME School (HRS currently has 6 courses).
Most faculty have research programs; currently, HRS members participate in cellular, translational, AR/VR/AI, epidemiology, and multi-center clinical trials.
Several Mayo Centers and Platforms support clinical, educational and research missions including:
The Center for Digital Health
The Center for Biomedical Discovery
The Center for Simulation
The Center for Clinical and Translational Science
The Center for Connected Care
The Center for Regenerative Medicine
The Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery
The Center for Health Equity and Community Engagement
The Center for Individualized Medicine
Omics Data Platform
Google Partnership Platform
Unified Data Platform
Candidates must be BC/BE in cardiovascular medicine and adult clinical electrophysiology and eligible for medical licensure in the state of Minnesota.
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