Baptist Heart Specialists is seeking a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join our growing practice in Jacksonville, FL. The selected Advanced Practitioner Provider would provide the link between both inpatient and outpatient care as a member of the Baptist Health team. The APP will serve the main campus at Baptist Downtown.
Baptist Heart Specialists was created by joining two well-respected leaders in heart care – Jacksonville Heart Center and Southern Heart Group. Through this collaboration of 30 board-certified, experienced cardiologists, we provide our patients with an unmatched range of services and expertise in heart care.
Our team is known for our compassion in helping people with heart disease live their lives to the fullest. For many patients, heart disease affects more than just their heart. We understand the needs of every patient are as unique as the individual and the heart of every person.
- Master of Science, required
- 1-2 years’ Cardiology experience, required
- Certified Physician Assistant (PA-C) or Nurse Practitioner
- Licensed Physician Assistant or ARNP
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