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Interested in travel nursing jobs as a professional Cath Lab Manager in The US? If so, CardioSolution can connect you with jobs that are a great fit. We are searching for nursing with experience and talent for travel placements all over the U.S. Whatever your location need, you can keep working as a cardiology health professional in the city and state of your choice.

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The Cardiovascular Service Line Director is responsible for the overall administration and success of Cardiac Services, including cath lab, within the hospital through the implementation of strategic plans. In addition, this person will provide strategic direction for the cardiac cath lab service line. The Cardiac Service Line Director collaborates and aligns the Cardiac Service Line with support services to grow the volume of cardiac cases, improve service, increase revenue, and control cost through process improvement and redesign. Serves as the primary liaison between hospital and physicians to align services and provide quality patient care.


The Best Benefits, Incredible Pay for Cath Lab Manager Jobs from CardioSolution

With the CardioSolution team behind you, you'll enjoy fantastic opportunities to build your career while still maintaining a healthy balance between work and play in the location of your choice. 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. We offer above-market compensation, comprehensive benefits, guaranteed hours, and we cover all of your licensing expenses - everything you need to work while you travel. 

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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