Dr. Guthrie came to our community over 100 years ago with a belief that people in small towns deserved the same access to high quality medical care as those in big cities. Non-profit and still physician-led, Guthrie Clinic has since grown to be an integrated health care delivery system caring for patients in 12 counties across the Twin Tiers of New York and Pennsylvania. Our focus on our patients and quality care has never wavered.
The best physicians and advanced practitioners choose Guthrie because of a shared commitment to our community and to each other. We’re glad you are interested in joining our team.
Guthrie is seeking a BC/BE Fellowship trained Heart Failure Specialist to lead our partnership with the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant team at Temple University Hospital.
Highlights of the Position
Enhance Heart Failure treatment for patients at Guthrie’s main campus, a Regional Level II Trauma Center, in Sayre, PA in conjunction with Temple University Hospital Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant team (spoke and hub model)
Collaborate with Temple University Hospital’s Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant team to coordinate treatment for patients requiring mechanical circulatory support devices; transplantation; and local continuity of care
Teaching opportunities available at both Guthrie with our Cardiovascular Fellowship program and Temple’s Heart Failure/Transplantation Fellowship.
Participate in virtual and in person patient consults, committees and departmental management meetings/conferences with Temple for team collaboration.
Robust EHR (Epic 10-Star health system, top 1% of Epic organizations)
Guthrie offers a full spectrum of outpatient and inpatient cardiac and vascular testing and treatments with diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization, vascular and endovascular surgery, cardiac surgery, including TAVR, electrophysiology, PVI ablations, ICD and CRT-D implantation, non-invasive testing services, cardiac rehabilitation, an arrhythmia center with left atrial appendage occlusion (Watchman) and advanced cardiac imaging.
A 254-bed tertiary care referral center, Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa., is a Regional Level II Trauma Center, accredited by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation.
Work Life Balance
Traditional Monday through Friday schedule with comfortable general cardiology call rotation
Generous Paid Time Off annually, in addition to holidays and sick time
Comprehensive Compensation and Benefits
Competitive RVU model with strong, internal referral network
Full benefits including medical, dental and disability insurance
Malpractice insurance coverage
Guthrie Retirement Savings Plan (403B) with employer match and age-based contributions
Allowance for primary licensure fees, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) certificate, and renewals
$10,000 referral bonus if you refer a physician that we hire on a full-time basis
Meeting time – 14 days with options for home study
$3,400 annually for conference registration, certifications, membership fees for specialty-specific medical societies
Teaching opportunities – Guthrie’s residency and fellowship programs offer the opportunity for clinical academic appointments. The successful candidate also has the potential to participate in medical student education. Guthrie is a regional campus for the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.
Physician mentoring and leadership training opportunities available
Paid relocation expenses
Trailing spouse placement assistance available
Physician professional and social special interest groups
Dedicated Onboarding Specialist and Provider Services team to ensure a successful start at Guthrie
We are Guthrie. Where compassion and excellence come together to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve. Every person. Every time.You went into medicine to make a difference. But you’d also like to have a life. Discover Guthrie, where you’ll have the opportunity to do both. One visit to Guthrie and you’ll agree that things are a bit different here. Maybe it’s because we’re physician-led and follow our founder’s patient-centered model of care. Maybe it’s because the people we work with every day really want to be here – and it shows. Or maybe it’s just something visceral that you can’t quite name, grounded in the natural beauty that surrounds us.