Noninvasive cardiologist to join an existing hospital-employed practice of two physicians and two physician assistants for succession planning and growth. The practice site is about one mile from the hospital in downtown Indiana, with plans to move onto the hospital campus. Access to ECG, echo and nuclear reading panels; TEE also available. Must be BC/BE; H-1B can be accepted (cap-exempt); J-1 not possible at this time. One in four on call (not in-house). Great benefit package. Educational loan forgiveness, signing bonus and relocation expenses available.
Opportunity for board-certified/board-eligible family practice physician to join hospital-owned primary care group on hospital campus. Outpatient only, no call. Leadership opportunities are available. Candidate must be quality driven and will participate in a regional clinically integrated network. Competitive salary, signing bonus, educational loan repayment and relocation expenses available. J-1 not possible at this time.
Friendly, stable, five-member private group seeks general radiologist to join their growing practice. The department has an excellent family atmosphere. Salary potential and bonus, equal call, full benefits, equal vacation and equal say in the daily operations from day one. BC/BE, recently trained preferred. H1-B sponsorship is possible. We perform all aspects of community radiology. Performs 90,000 radiology examinations per year and has on-site 1.5 T MRI, off-site 1.5 T MRI, two multidetector CTs, ultrasound, stereotactic breast biopsy, and nuclear medicine as well as general radiography. This practice has the exclusive imaging contract with Indiana Regional Medical Center. Financial package consists of equally distributed quarterly bonus, partnership track of 1 year with no buy-in, health insurance for physician and family (medical, dental and vision), malpractice insurance paid by the group, 10 weeks CME/vacation, 401k after 1 year, fully funded pension plan after 1 year with group. Contact James Lee, MD – 724.357.7125.
Located 60 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this independent, 166-bed acute care community hospital celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014. It is the sole community provider for this college town and rural county. IRMC's vision is to be the best community health system in the country, and is well on its way. IRMC has been named to the Fortune 100 List of Best Places to Work and has been selected 15 other times as a Best Place to Work, including the #1 Best Place to Work in Pennsylvania, and was named the #2 Best Place to Work in Healthcare in Modern Hospital's inaugural national survey. Nearly every specialty of medicine and surgery is represented on the active medical staff, with a mix of employed and private physicians on staff. Services include advanced imaging with PET/CT, MRI, 64-slice CT, nuclear medicine, and cardiac catheterization lab doing PCI without open heart backup; Center for Oncology Care with IMRT, IGRT, HDR brachytherapy, MammoSite treatment, prostate seed therapy and chemotherapy; Wound Care Center with two hyperbaric oxygen treatment chambers; emergency department with more than 36,000 visits annually and two UrgiCare facilities; integrated emergency department and hospitalist program; Women's Diagnostic Imaging Center with digital 3-D mammography, DEXA and stereotactic biopsy; new state-of-the-art 12-bed intensive care unit; state-of-the-art operating rooms put in service late 2015; OB unit with about 600 deliveries annually; 16-bed inpatient geriatric psychiatry unit; 16-bed inpatient acute rehabilitation unit; comprehensive outpatient Human Motion Institute building with orthopedics, PT/OT/ST, imaging, rheumatology, physiatry, sports medicine, and comprehensive pain clinic with advanced modalities; total joint replacement program; comprehensive sleep disorders lab and program; advanced neurodiagnostics lab with EEG, EMG, NCS, evoked potentials, transcranial Doppler, and therapeutic Botox Clinic; community dialysis center on campus; and intensivist program.
IRMC has been recognized twice by Healthcare Executive magazine as one of the fastest growing hospitals in the country, despite no growth in service area population or local industry. The board of directors is composed of community leaders who highly value the hospital's role in the region, and the importance of remaining independent.
The IRMC Physician Group has over 70 providers, and is growing rapidly. It is a physician-led organization, unique among hospital-employed groups in our area.
Indiana is a borough and the county seat of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, and about 60 miles east of Pittsburgh. The county's population is approximately 89,000 and stable, with a concentration of about 23,000 permanent population within and around the borough limits. The economy is driven primarily by services and farming, and the county proclaims itself the "Christmas Tree Capital of the World," shipping over 1 million trees annually.
Indiana was the hometown of actor Jimmy Stewart (1908-1997), who was born there and lived at 104 N. Seventh St. On May 20, 1983, Stewart was given a 75th birthday celebration by the town. A museum to his memory was opened on the third floor of the local public library, and a bronze statue of Stewart was erected at the county courthouse. The town annually holds a Jimmy Stewart film festival as part of the "It's a Wonderful Life" holiday celebration.
Indiana is a growing community with an active Chamber of Commerce, Visitors Bureau and economic development. Relocation to Indiana offers affordable living with excellent schools and low taxes. Indiana County is home to Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), a public university founded in 1875. With over 15,000 students, it is the largest university in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. It offers over 100 undergraduate majors and is the only doctoral degree-granting institution in the system.
For public K-12 education, the Indiana Area School District supports four neighborhood elementary schools (Eisenhower, Horace Mann, East Pike, and Ben Franklin), a middle school and high school (Indiana Area Senior High School), which are accredited and recognized for quality. A Catholic-affiliated pre-K through grade 6 program is offered at the St. Bernard School, in addition to two K-12 Christian schools.
There are a great many activities available for children and adults alike. The university brings a large variety of cultural events to the community, and these have increased with the completion and opening of a 5,000-seat event center within sight of the medical center.
Outdoor opportunities abound. Indiana County's parks and trails system is one of the best in Pennsylvania with over 64 miles of rails to trails. The county boasts 792 acres of lakes; 5,452 acres of parks; and 12 miles of single-track mountain bike trails. Couple this amount of acreage with the varied skill level of terrain and you have a dynamite combination!
Many of the biking and hiking trails run along historic paths with interesting lessons to be learned, providing educational opportunities for families.
Indiana County hosts 31 fairs and festivals, including the annual Indiana County Fair next to the hospital, Thunder Mountain Lenape Nation Native American Festival, Pick-A-Dilly Herb Faire and the Saltsburg Canal Days. These are just a few of an extensive celebration of ethnic, cultural and agricultural fairs and festivals.