Job ID: 290052446  |  Last Updated: 11/9/2021

Transplant Hepatologist Opportunity in Denver, Colorado - (J-037935)

Employer
HCA Healthcare
Location
Denver, CO
Applicant Contact
Alicia Lampkin
(866) 889-0203

Job Description

Fellowship-trained transplant hepatologist to support Liver Disease and Transplant program at Presbyterian/St. Lukes Medical Center in Denver

Qualified Candidates:
Fellowship trained transplant hepatologist
BE/BC by ACGME accredited residency
Not eligible for visa support
Incentive/Benefits Package:
Competitive practice salary and excellent benefits package
CME time and expenses
Relocation assistance

About The Transplant Center/ Presbyterian/St. Lukes Medical Center

The successful candidate will work collaboratively with existing transplant hepatologists, surgical director of transplant, and multidisciplinary team to optimize medical care for patients with advanced liver disease, support the rapidly growing transplant program, and facilitate communication of our physician-patient referral network

The Transplant Center at P/SL delivers comprehensive treatment and support for people with liver, kidney, pancreatic and hepatobiliary disease.

The program is fully certified and accredited with documented quality and outcomes consistently surpassing national benchmarks. P/SL Transplant Center patients realize some of the best survival rates in the nation.

The team has collectively completed more than 1100 liver transplant surgeries and is known for its promise of personalized, compassionate care for patients and easy access for referring physicians
Presbyterian/St. Lukes Medical Center is located in uptown Denver, part of HealthONE, Denvers largest hospital system, and part of HCA Healthcare, a leading national healthcare system with 187 hospitals.
Licensed for 687 beds, P/SL serves as a tertiary referral center for Colorado and contiguous states
Denver is one the healthiest and fastest growing cities in the country. The mile high city enjoys breathtaking views of the Rockies to the west and residents are 90 minutes from some of the best skiing and hiking in the world. Coloradans are serious about sports. We watch our professional teams and play with amateur and youth clubs at every level of performance. With 300 annual days of sunshine, residents to play, walk and run outdoors all year. Denver is home to rising stars in culinary and craft brewing culture and arts patrons enjoy the largest collection of performing arts stages under one roof in the world. At just over 3 million people, Denver is big enough to accommodate any residential preference from urban lofts to family-focused suburban communities and equestrian properties with rural acreage.

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