We are a full service clinical IR practice that provides cutting edge, minimally invasive procedures in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. This is accomplished via our robust inpatient consultation service and our thriving outpatient clinic model.
The hired physician will join the existing group or 4 interventionalists and 6 APPs. (3IR and 1 vascular surgeon). Our primary responsibility is to cover all interventional radiology services at St. Vincent 86th, Indianapolis. Currently, there are no diagnostic radiology responsibilities, this position is 100% interventional. You would spend at least 3 days a week in the vascular lab, 1-2 days a week in a dedicated IR CT&US dual suite, supervising APPS and doing non-vascular cases. In addition, you would get at least 1/2 day of clinic/week. Call will be q5 for primary call and q20 for back up for our vascular surgery partner for non-vascular IR cases.
You will not find a more clinically diverse practice. We are the comprehensive PE and DVT service line for Ascension's flagship hospital, we have a robust CLI service line and are aligned with our podiatry colleagues, we maintain strong ties with our urology, oncology and gastroenterology departments, and partner with our peripheral thoracic and cardio thoracic colleagues.
We have an amazing team of 6 APPs that help with clinic, rounding, non-vascular (paras, thoras, biopsies, drains) and simple vascular procedures
Ascension Medical Group is a multi-specialty group of primary care and specialty health providers and the medical group is physician-led and operated. The Medical Group is part of Ascension St. Vincent, one of the state’s largest healthcare employers with 22 health facilities serving 57 counties in central and southern Indiana. St. Vincent is a member of Ascension, the nation’s largest not-for-profit and Catholic health care system.
The State of Indiana has consistently performed as a low-tax, affordable, and rewarding state in which to practice medicine, with a high quality of life. The state was the first in the nation to enact medical malpractice reforms and today physicians enjoy low malpractice rates, making Indiana one of the top three physician friendly states.