Cardiology Jobs in Hazard, Kentucky
Are you a Cardiology looking for a travel job in the Hazard, Kentucky area? CardioSolution connects health employers to qualified cardiology professionals every day. We are looking for experienced, caring Cardiology to fill jobs throughout the country. Whether you want to be close to friends and family for a while or just explore someplace entirely new, your adventure can happen without sacrificing career or income.
Cardiology Physician, Nurse and Allied Health Jobs in Hazard, Kentucky
Travel and work as a Cardiology in the great state of Kentucky. Nicknamed The Bluegrass State, Kentucky is known for horse racing, bourbon distilleries, coal and car manufacturing. Some of the best healthcare institutions in the nation, including University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital in Lexington, Baptist Health Louisville in Louisville and St. Elizabeth Healthcare Edgewood-Covington Hospitals in Edgewood make Kentucky and excellent destination for both travel placements and career growth. Outside of work, you'll find Mammoth Cave National Park, Red River Gorge, Cumberland Falls, and the Cumberland Gap and a multitude of enticing natural and cultural attractions.
The Best Benefits, Incredible Pay for Cardiology Jobs from CardioSolution
At CardioSolution, we offer outstanding opportunities for our nurses and techs to excel professionally, while making a difference in a community that would otherwise not have access to this life-saving care. Our unique model allows our cardiologists to work full-time and enjoy a market-based compensation structure with a desireable 7-days-on/7-days-off work schedule. Spend more quality time with family and friends and avoid burnout while still receiving market-based compensation with CardioSolution. We offer top of the line benefits - from handling your paperwork to delivering your paycheck, our promise is people who care.
What People are Saying
I was devoured by my huge practice, tired of the group, hospital, and local politics and looking at approaching age 60 without having had much fun in life. I quit.
I started locum tenens work, dialing in as much work as I wanted, at least in theory. In reality, there were periods of famine, when jobs were scarce or when an assignment ended unexpectedly, and compensatory periods when I got worked like a rented mule trying to make up for lost income.
Then, CardioSolution appeared. Predictable, reliable work in a place where I had a house, not a hotel. I could leave my creature comforts there: bicycle, clothes, stuff. I could build a practice again in a place where folks were so grateful to have me around (as opposed to being one of many cardiologists). Professional satisfaction while working 26 weeks a year. I went from burnout to happy again. This is a GREAT lifestyle, so good that I keep postponing retirement.
-Dr. Joe Perry
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