The Division of Cardiology in The Heart Institute at Stony Brook University Hospital is recruiting full-time academic Heart Failure/VAD cardiologists at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor levels to serve a population of 1.5 million people at the largest academic hospital in Suffolk County, NY.
The successful applicant will become an integral part of a highly collegial, innovative and award-winning faculty committed to outstanding patient care, excellence in the mentoring and teaching of 16 cardiology fellows with the opportunity to establish or participate in translational/clinical/basic science research. The program benefits from excellent inpatient and outpatient volumes and is a national leader (Top 100) in cardiovascular disease outcomes under the direction of Hal Skopicki, MD, PhD, Chair of the Cardiology Department.
- Work alongside nationally recognized expert colleagues with three advanced heart failure and transplant cardiologists
- Joint Commission certified Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy (2013-2019) and Mechanical Circulatory Assist Device (2011-2019) Programs
- Enjoy competitive academic salaries in addition to productivity bonuses and a comprehensive benefits package
- Leadership opportunities in Heart Failure and Mechanical Circulatory Support are available
- The Heart Failure Program supports patients in programs of excellence in cardio-oncology, adult congenial heart disease, and a second opinion program in advanced cardiac disease
- Opportunities for board-eligible or board-certified in advanced heart failure and transplant and/or cardiovascular disease
- State-of-the-art programs in interventional, structural cardiology, and electrophysiology
Long Island, New York
Only a car or train ride away from New York City with a multitude of cultural opportunities, sporting events, and shopping amenities. Long Island is home to a rich quality of life with spectacular family-friendly communities, award-winning schools and programs, educational and eclectic art and interest groups, diverse ethnic neighborhoods, and active year-round outdoor activities with parks, beaches, golf courses, and water-based recreational activities. Suffolk County boasts fishing villages, wine country, suburban communities, and the Hamptons among its many lifestyle choices.