Cardiology Physician, Lincoln, NE
Bryan Heart, a regional leader in cardiac and vascular services, is seeking a BE/BC Cardiologist to live and work in Columbus, Nebraska. Join the collaborative network of cardiovascular specialists and surgeons focused on delivering the highest quality of care.
- Robust Practice
- Strong Compensation Package
- Comprehensive Benefit Package
- Attractive Student Loan Forgiveness Package
- Collegial Associates with a Reputation for Excellence
- Good Work/Life Balance
About Bryan Heart
Bryan Heart is on the leading edge of research and specializes in minimally invasive cardiothoracic surgery, electrophysiology, congestive heart failure and more. Our 24 physicians serve more than 30 communities across four states. An integrated model of care, where physicians, technicians and nurses come together in one team, provides patients a seamless experience from testing to diagnosis and treatment, and finally rehabilitation and ongoing education. Together, teams at Bryan Heart and Bryan Medical Center provide the region's leading treatments for many cardiac and vascular diseases.
Living and Working in Nebraska
According to a 2018 Medscape report, Nebraska is the 3rd best state to practice medicine in the United States. The state ranks high in compensation and low in burnout rate and malpractice rates.
The community of Columbus provides an unparalleled quality of life where you can enjoy the benefits of a small, safe community with easy access to big city amenities. It offers excellent private and public schools, recreational opportunities and rich cultural events. Located where the Loup and Platte Rivers meet, it provides numerous activities for the outdoor enthusiast such as canoeing, kayaking, hunting, fishing and wildlife.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. Bryan Health participates in E-Verify and may provide the Social Security Administration and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.