Cardiologist With an Interest in Heart Failure Management

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Department: TriHealth Heart Institute

When hearts attack, we fight back

The TriHealth Heart Institute (THI) is poised to expand our current service line and is seeking board-certified Cardiologists with an interest in Heart Failure Management to become a part of Greater Cincinnati’s leading heart and vascular program.

The ideal candidate will:


· be an enthusiastic General Cardiologist who is mid-career or with at least 2 to 3 years practice experience

· have a strong desire to help develop and have future participation in a solid AHF program

· provide general cardiology services throughout our system on a regular basis while also working to bring this rewarding program from ground floor to launch 


THI leads the region in performing minimally-invasive cardiac and thoracic surgical procedures.  We have a long history of providing top quartile, evidence-based, process-oriented, and outcome-driven care.  Recovery is enhanced by Post-surgical Universal Bed Units where patients stay post-operatively until discharge.  Our system of care includes experienced and dedicated cardiac NPs and APRNs along with in-unit Care Coordination, Social Work, and Pharmacy support.


Our excellence in cardiovascular care has been recognized by Truven Health Analytics, US News and World Report, Healthgrades and Consumer Reports.  CT Surgery, Cardiology, and Vascular Surgery work collaboratively under the umbrella of THI.


Join us on our way to becoming the safest, highest quality, most reliable health system in the country. Your skills and experience will be valued and rewarded, and you’ll have a shared voice in providing personalized medicine in our award-winning system of care.


For more information send your CV, call or text me:


Melissa Jansing

859 653 1392




Follow YOUR heart to the region’s leading Heart Institute


In January, 2019, TriHealth announced the creation of the region’s premier destination Cardiac Center of Excellence (COE) by combining the cardiac surgery sites at our two flagship hospitals, Good Samaritan and Bethesda North, into one unified program.  This will become a “heart hospital” based on the Bethesda North Campus and supported by the strength of our system of cardiac services at Good Samaritan Hospital and in the communities where our patients live.

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