Medical City Fort Worth is assisting with the search for a Board Certified (or Board Eligible if newly trained) Gastroenterologist to join an existing group with 80 other GIs. The group has been serving patients in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for over 20 years. In this time, they have grown and evolved into a premier colonoscopy clinic and comprehensive gastroenterology care provider in northern Texas. In addition to caring for patients at more than 60 office locations, they actively engage in clinical research. The DHAT Research Institute offers cutting edge treatment options for both adult and pediatric GI disease, while working to advance the field of gastroenterology care.
About Medical City Fort Worth: Medical City Fort Worth is licensed for 320 beds and offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services in a wide range of specialties, including cardiac care, neurosciences, oncology, surgical services, orthopedics, kidney transplants and emergency care. Medical City Fort Worth is a designated comprehensive stroke center and a Joint Commission chest pain center. Designated Magnet* for nursing excellence, the facility is also a Blue Zones Project workplace. Located in the heart of the medical district, Medical City Fort Worth serves as a tertiary referral center not only for Tarrant County, but also numerous counties within a 90 mile radius.
Candidate Qualifications for GI Hospitalist Position: Ideal candidate is BE/BC Gastroenterology trained ERCP training is required (Minimum of 150 procedures – 50 must be therapeutic procedures) Responsible for Inpatient consultative services (7:00 AM – 5:30 PM)
Internal Number: J-033877
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