Valley View Medical Center in Fort Mohave, AZ is seeking a BC/BE Interventional Cardiologist to join a well-established group in northwestern Arizona. Located in the heart of Fort Mohave, AZ, Valley View Medical Center, a healthcare leader in the community, is a 90-bed, acute care facility that provides medical services to the people of the Tri-State Area. Practice a full complement of cardiology including IABP placement, cardiac catheterization, PTCA and intracoronary stent placement. This replacement physician should quickly develop a busy practice with an ample number of welcoming primary care physicians to support a good referral base. Fort Mohave/Bullhead City is located along the beautiful Colorado River where fishing, boating and water sports are enjoyed, as well as hiking and off-road biking. A popular tourist destination, visitors enjoy the desert weather and close proximity to The Grand Canyon, the Las Vegas strip, and the Southern California coast. 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
Located on the Colorado River, the Ft. Mohave/Bullhead City/Laughlin area balances fast growth in the Southwest with a slower-paced lifestyle than is found in big cities.
Opened in 2005, Valley View Medical Center offers a full complement of community and regional referral services in all of the major medical disciplines, with a medical staff that represents a broad cross section of specialty areas. The main campus is anchored by an 84-bed, state-of-the-art acute care facility, with all-private patient rooms, six major operating rooms, two minor procedure rooms and a modern, high-tech cardiac catheterization unit. Two medical office buildings adjoin the acute care facility, and services are also offered at two offsite offices.
Fort Mohave sits where three states come together – Arizona, Nevada and California. The area’s classic, low-desert climate offers sunshine most days of the year, an average year-round temperature of 75.4 degrees and breathtakingly beautiful sunsets. The Tri-State community is a boon for water lovers, with Lake Mohave, Lake Havasu and the Colorado River providing bountiful opportunities for recreation. Mohave National Preserve, in the heart of the world-famous Mojave Desert, offers a tranquil respite amid rose-colored sand dunes, Joshua tree forests and mile-high mountains.
Golfers can tee off at no less than six courses nearby, including Desert Lakes Golf Course just a mile from the main hospital campus. The Black Mountain Range offers opportunities for off-roading, ghost town exploring and visiting the old mining town of Oatman. A mountainside lodge and restaurant, as well as a county park with cabins, can be found in the Hualapai Mountains. And the Grand Canyon, Sedona and mountain snow skiing beckon from just a few hours away.