Medical Director of Cardiology

Wentworth-Douglass Hospital - Dover, NH3.7

Wentworth Douglass Hospital (WDH) in Dover, NH, a subsidiary of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), which is a founding member of the Partners HealthCare, an integrated health care delivery system that includes the two founding academic medical centers, community hospitals, primary care and specialty physicians, specialty facilities, community health centers and other health-related entities.

Wentworth-Douglass Hospitall is currently seeking a fulltime Cardiology Medical Director to provide medical oversight of the cardiology medical office and hospital based cardiology procedures including clinical supervision of other cardiologists and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and physician assistants (PAs). Working with the VP of Physician Services, the Director will be the primary liaison between the cardiology service and the primary care and other specialty care providers in WDH.

The Medical Director will provide clinical care in both inpatient and outpatient settings 75& of the time, in addition to equal call rotation, and engage in administrative duties 25& of the time.

Dover, NH is located on the beautiful Seacoast of New Hampshire,one hour from Boston, minutes from the ocean and lakes, and within close proximity to multiple colleges and universities.

If you are a compassionate healthcare professional committed to providing the highest quality patient care, we invite you to apply online.

Candidates must be an MD or DO, hold a national board certification, and have a minimum of five years of experience as a practicing physician, and be a member in good standing of both WDPC and WDH medical staff as defined by the WDH Medical Staff Bylaws Article 1. The Director will have experience in or a willingness to gain experience in quality assurance/improvement, patient safety, and/or compliance in a health care setting. Some knowledge of personnel management and adherence to federal, state, and other regulatory standards, requirements, and guidelines related to cardiology is preferred. Strong working knowledge of ongoing medical care delivery in hospital and outpatient settings, quality management principles, tools, and techniques are also preferred. Strong leadership, communication skills, and experience developing programmatic infrastructure is required.