Catholic Health Initiatives Vascular Surgeon in Des Moines, Iowa
The Iowa Heart Center is actively seeking a BC/BE Vascular Surgeon to join its thriving practice based at the Iowa Vascular Institute in Des Moines, Iowa. The ideal candidate will have fellowship training or practice experience in endovascular procedures. The opportunity offers competitive compensation with paid malpractice, sign-on bonus, relocation assistance, and 401k match.
4 Vascular Surgeons & 2 APCs
Call – 1:4
1600+ Vascular cases/year
6860 Vascular Service Office Visits/year
Iowa Heart Center
Founded in 1970
One of the largest cardiovascular, cardiology, & vascular practices in the country with 52 physicians
Cardiovascular Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Advanced Heart Failure, Interventional Cardiology, Electrophysiology & General Cardiology
10 primary locations plus 30+ outreach facilities
Active participant in SVS VQI Quality Registry
Provides services within a single hospital system
General Surgery Residency Program
Two main High-Volume IAC Certified Vascular labs
Hybrid OR room
CL w/ Arterial & Venous capability with growth potential
Self-standing Vein Center
Mercy Medical Center
Accreditation for Cardiovascular Excellence (ACE) for cath lab and PCI
Full Chest Pain Center Accreditation with PCI - Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care
American College of Cardiology Patient Navigator Program (1 of 35 U.S. hospitals selected)
American College of Cardiology’s ACTION Registry-GWTG (Get with The Guidelines) Platinum Performance Achievement Award
Advanced Certification in Ventricular Assist Device Destination Therapy – The Joint Commission
#1 Best State to Live in America, 2018 - U.S. News & World Report
#4 Best City to Live in America, 2018 - U.S. News & World Report
#1 Place to Live and Work - Physicians Thrive
#1 Best State to Practice Medicine in the U.S. – WalletHub
#1 Best Affordable Place to Live in the U.S. – U.S. News & World Report
#1 City with an Up-and-Coming Downtown – Fortune
Fastest Growing Metro City in the Midwest – U.S. Census Bureau
Best City for Families – Kiplinger
Voted as the Safest City in America – Gallup
Best City for Young Professionals – Forbes
Wealthiest City in America – The Today Show
Mercy Medical Center – Des Moines is a not-for-profit Catholic health care provider. Mercy – Des Moines, with a total of 875 beds, includes:
Mercy Medical Center – West Lakes
Mercy Children’s Hospital & Clinics
Mercy Medical Center – Centerville
Skiff Medical Center – Newton
For more than 100 years, Mercy – Des Moines has been an outstanding presence in the health care community in Iowa. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1893, Mercy is the longest continually operating hospital in Des Moines.
With approximately 7,000 staff members and a medical staff of about 1,200 physicians and allied health professionals, Mercy is one of the state’s largest employers and one of the Midwest’s largest referral centers.
Mercy Medical Center – Des Moines is a member of Mercy Health Network (MHN) and is a part of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), a national nonprofit health organization with headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. MHN was founded in 1998 under a joint operating agreement between CHI and Trinity Health, based in Livonia, Michigan. They are two of the country’s largest Catholic, not-for-profit health organizations. MHN consists of 15 owned hospitals, one joint venture surgical hospital, 26 affiliated community hospitals, 207 owned physician clinics and one joint venture primary care physician enterprise.
In addition to operating the state’s largest medical center, Mercy has several additional ministries including: Mercy Clinics, Home Health Services, Mercy College of Health Sciences, Mercy Foundation, the Mercy Health & Fitness Center and Mercy ACO.
At Mercy, we train doctors and attract faculty by offering four medical residency programs: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, General Surgery and Psychiatry.
Recognition and Awards
Mission: Lifeline® Bronze Receiving Quality Achievement Award
Mission: Lifeline’s Bronze-Plus Award
Best Regional Hospital for 2017-18 by U.S. News & World Report
Recipient of the 2016/2017 Consumer Choice Award by National Research Corporation (NRC) for the 18th consecutive year
Mercy Medical Center – Des Moines and Mercy West Lakes were the first centers in the nation to earn accreditation in cardiac electrophysiology (EP) by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC)
Mercy Ruan Neurology Clinic was named a Corporate Stars Award Sylvie recipient by the National MS Society – Upper Midwest Chapter
Skiff Medical Center was named one of the 2017 Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals in the U.S.
Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health are combining to form a new, nonprofit Catholic health system focused on creating healthier communities. With no geographic overlap in hospital service areas, the combination brings together two leading health systems, allowing the organizations to expand their mission of service and create a healthier future for people and communities across 28 states.
The new health system will build a stronger operational and financial foundation to expand access to quality care, build upon complementary resources and capabilities, and reinvest in critical areas to accelerate improvements in care delivery that promote the shift from sick-care to well-care.
We will continue building upon our shared healing ministry of providing quality health care for all people with compassion. With strong leadership, sound strategic direction, commitment to ministry, and thoughtful stewardship, the new system will be positioned to create a healthier future for our people and communities.
Who is Catholic Health Initiatives?
Catholic Health Initiatives, a nonprofit, faith-based health system formed in 1996 through the consolidation of four Catholic health systems, expresses its mission each day by creating and nurturing healthy communities. One of the largest health systems in the nation, Englewood, Colorado-based Catholic Health Initiatives operates in 17 states with 100 hospitals, including two academic health centers and major teaching hospitals as well as 30 critical-access facilities; community health services organizations; nursing colleges; home health agencies; senior living communities; and other facilities and services. In fiscal year (FY) 2017, Catholic Health Initiatives provided $2.1 billion in charity care, community benefit, and unpaid cost of government programs.
Catholic Health Initiatives and its organizations are Equal Opportunity Employers and support a drug-free work environment.