Memorial Medical Center, in Las Cruces, New Mexico is looking for an experienced board certified Interventional Cardiologist to join their team in a hospital-employed position. • Office hours Monday-Friday 8-5. • Expected patient volumes average 25 per day • Hospital call currently 1:3, expectations at 1:5 as team grows to support market • Procedures to include angioplasty/stenting; caths; CTP; pacemakers; TEE and vascular interventions • Cutting edge technology includes laser and rotation athorectomy; impella; EKOS • Candidates must be Board Certified in Nuclear Medicine and Echocardiology Located in the Mesilla Valley of southern New Mexico, Las Cruces is bound to the west by the wide-open desert and to the east by the majestic Organ Mountains, which rise abruptly to an altitude of 9,000 feet! The famous Rio Grande River runs through the west side of the city and features 55 parks. Las Cruces, the second largest city in New Mexico, with great public and private schools that complement family needs, is an ideal choice for the physician looking to experience the best of southwestern living with big city amenities, peaceful beauty, and recreational opportunities located around the great outdoors of Mesilla Valley. Recruitment Package may include: • Base salary + wRVU production incentive • Quality bonus • CME allowance • Sign-on bonus • Medical debt assistance • Relocation allowance • Residency stipend • Medical Director stipend • Health benefits + Retirement plan • Marketing + practice growth assistance
Nestled in the Mesilla Valley of southern New Mexico, the city of Las Cruces offers a quality of life few communities can match.
Accredited by The Joint Commission, Memorial Medical Center provides residents of Las Cruces and the surrounding region with comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services. Its medical staff represents a full range of medical specialties and serves patients at a 199-bed acute care facility, a free-standing outpatient surgery center (Memorial HealthPlex) and physician practices.
Las Cruces is bounded to the west by wide-open desert and to the east by the majestic Organ Mountains. It is home to New Mexico State University and hosts a number of festivals throughout the year, including the Whole Enchilada Festival, the Renaissance Arts and Crafts Fair, the Southern New Mexico State Fair, Mesilla Valley Hot Air Balloon Rally and the Wine and Chile Festival. Nearby is the historic village of Old Mesilla, one of the Southwest’s most historic sites.
Sitting at an elevation of 3,900 feet above sea level, Las Cruces enjoys an enviable year-round climate of mostly sunny days and minimal rain and snow. White Sands National Monument lies 50 miles to the east and offers ample opportunities for picnicking, white sand surfing and exploring. The scenic mountain village of Ruidoso – home to the Hubbard Museum of the American West, Ski Apache and the Inn of the Mountain Gods – is just a two hour drive from town.