Metro Health - University of Michigan Health is seeking a board certified/board eligible Thoracic Surgeon to join an innovative, collaborative environment. The ideal candidate should have skills and experience in surgery for both malignant and benign thoracic processes, including the full spectrum of pulmonary, esophageal, mediastinal and chest wall disease. Also, they should have experience in minimally invasive thoracic surgery (VATS) with robotic expertise.
Thoracic Surgery Practice Features
Health system employed medical group model; extensive Primary Care referral network
Growing lung cancer program
Evolving interventional programs
Opportunities for GI procedures
APPs leverage inpatient work
EMR (Epic) with digital retrieval and access to studies from the office, the hospital and home
Opportunities such as teaching, clinical research, case conferences, and working closely with Michigan Medicine faculty members
About Metro Health – University of Michigan Health
Integrated Healthcare System
Metro Health serves more than 250,000 patients annually from across West Michigan – and beyond. In addition to a 208-bed hospital, which provides a comprehensive suite of inpatient and outpatient healthcare services, Metro Health has a growing number of neighborhood outpatient centers and offices throughout West Michigan. We also provide a community clinic for the under-served and student health clinics on the campuses of Grand Valley State University and Aquinas College. With more than 500 physicians on staff, Metro Health provides a growing number of specialty health services, including cancer treatment, heart and vascular, neurology, pulmonology and others. Many are members of the Metro Health Medical Group.
The recent agreement to develop The Cancer Network of West Michigan, a joint venture between Mercy Health and Metro Health – University of Michigan Health, leverages the combined resources and capabilities of the two West Michigan health systems and Michigan Medicine, the academic medical center of the University of Michigan. The Cancer Network of West Michigan encompasses three West Michigan campuses including: Metro Health located in Wyoming, Mercy Saint Mary’s located in Grand Rapids and Mercy Muskegon located in Muskegon.
University Affiliated Hospital
Located in beautiful West Michigan
15 minutes from Gerald R. Ford International Airport
Approximately 35 minutes from Lake Michigan
Supportive community with good public and private schools
Internal Number: thoracic
About Metro Health - University of Michigan Health