Oklahoma City HCS Cardiologist with Vascular Medicine Training

  • Position Code
  • Address
    Oklahoma City, OK
  • Preferred Specialty
    Cardiology, Peripheral Vascular
  • Last Updated
  • Salary
    • Competitive salary + annual performance bonus of up to $15,000 + guaranteed salary increases
    • Full benefits (see below)
    • Licensure: 1 Full and unrestricted license from any US State is permissible to work at this facility
    • CME: $1,000 per year stipend for reimbursement + 1 week paid authorized absence to attend
    • Malpractice: Liability protection with tail coverage provided
    • No Physician Employment Contract!

    You’ll find the VA has a lot to offer, including the unmatched satisfaction you’ll get from caring for those who have served our country. In addition to competitive pay and liability protection, the VA also offers a robust benefits plan that includes:

    Paid Time Off:

    • 26 Days paid annual (vacation/personal) leave–you can carry over up to 86 days into a new year
    • 13 Days paid sick leave available for valid use. At end of career, unused sick leave can be used to extend creditable service for retired pay purposes!
    • 10 Federal holidays with pay
    • 5 Days paid Authorized Absence to attend CME


    • Health Insurance: VA employees have an outstanding number of health insurance plans from which to choose (premiums are partially paid by VA)
    • Dental & Vision Insurance: Our insurance options also include exceptional vision and dental plans
    • VA employees have the option to use Flexible Spending Accounts, which allow you to use tax-free dollars to pay for medical, dental, and vision care fir expenses that are not reimbursed by your health insurance plan
    • Term life insurance, family, and additional coverage options are available with the cost shared by the Federal Government
    • Long-term care insurance is available as an option

    Federal Retirement Plan:

    • VA employees are covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). FERS is a three-tiered retirement plan composed of 1) Social Security benefits; 2) FERS-FRAE basic benefits (pension); and 3) Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) which is a 401K-type plan
    • How is the pension funded? VA employees hired after January 1, 2014 automatically contribute 4.4% of their salary each pay period and the VA contributes 8.3% of the employee’s salary each pay period for a total annual contribution percentage equal to 12.7% of the employee’s salary
    • Similar to the 401(k) savings plans widely available in the private sector, the TSP allows employees to tax defer a portion of their income each year, subject to the requirements of the Internal Revenue Service. For calendar year 2015,employees under the age of 50 may contribute up to $18,000,while those over age 50 are eligible to make catch-up contributions that allow them to defer up to $24,000
    • The Federal Government also provides an automatic basic contribution (1% of salary) and up to 4% of salary in matching contributions, depending on the amount of the employee contribution
    • For retired military personnel, these benefits are in addition to full monthly retirement pay or pension
    • In addition to FERS, VA provides health care insurance coverage for retired personnel
    • Disability Retirement
    • Employees are vested in a federal pension after only 5 years’ s

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We will have a new 16 room outpatient cardiology clinic, minimal call, Academic Appointment, cath lad with 3rd room residents, fellows, etc  Pre-op and post-op          

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In the early 1940s, famed Broadway composers Rodgers and Hammerstein didn't just give Oklahoma its state song from their Pulitzer Prize-winning eponymous musical, they also gave them back a bit of pride after surviving the painful Dust Bowl days during the Great Depression, when extreme summer temperatures and a rash of hot, dry dust storms turned the central prairie states into barren wasteland. But before and after those tough days of hunger and toil, the state remained the beating heartland of America, where the buffalo really did roam (in fact, it's the state animal) and some of the most famous icons of the American West -- the Apache warrior Geronimo, beloved cowboy Will Rogers, and folk-singer and musician Woody Guthrie -- were born and raised. Its American Indian heritage may well be one of Oklahoma's most celebratory distinctions today. The infamous Trail of Tears, the forced relocation of American Indians to the state during the 1830s, has given Oklahoma the second-largest American Indian population in the nation. The state's name, in fact, comes from the Choktaw words okla (people) and humma (red). Today, 39 tribes and nations are headquartered in Oklahoma and 67 tribes live here. Once a year, the largest American Indian event in the country, the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City (the only capital with an oil well beneath it!), honors Native American culture and the struggle to keep it alive.

But speaking of earth, the 46th state in the Union does indeed have much beauty to behold, with 200 man-made lakes, four stunning mountain ranges (Ouachitas, Arbuckles, Wichitas, and Ozarks), nearly a quarter of the state covered in forest, and an average temperature of 60°F. However, if pop culture is more your exploratory style than nature hikes, there are also more diner-laden drivable miles of Route 66 here than any other state (over 320 of 'em). Like Rodgers and Hammerstein's love song to the state says, Oklahoma's definitely OK.

 Oklahoma City, with a population of more than 500,000 people, has reinvented itself with ongoing revitalization projects (such as the Bricktown entertainment district) that have transformed it into one of the state's most exciting destinations. Yet despite its push to modernity, its frontier heritage remains evident in attractions such as the must-see National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and the Oklahoma History Center, and in annual events such as Red Earth, the largest Native American festival in the world.

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