Opportunity Details

Non-Invasive Cardiologist
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences(UAMS), is accepting applications for a full-time, non-invasive cardiology faculty position, at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. UAMS is the state’s only academic center with a rapidly growing Cardiovascular service line. The Cardiology Division consists of 15 staff Cardiologists, 17 fellows (12 general, 13 Interventional, 2 Electrophysiology fellows) and 9 advanced practice providers who provide state of the art cardiac services including structural Cardiology and advanced heart failure.
Opportunity Highlights
  • Join a growing full-service cardiovascular practice with tremendous institutional support
  • Competitive salary (up to 75th percentile AAMC) + excellent benefits including up to 10% 401(k) employer match
  • Educate medical students, residents, and Cardiology fellows
  • Research opportunities available for those interested
  • Responsibilities include participation in outpatient and inpatient consultative services and cardiac imaging (echocardiography, nuclear Cardiology, cardiac CT and MRI)
  • Opportunity to participate in structural echocardiography
  • Leadership positions in cardiac imaging and graduate medical education are available those with necessary experience and training
  • Call frequency – 1:7 weekends with fellow support
  • Opportunities to pursue clinical research
  • Visas sponsored: H1, J1 waiver, and O1 for eligible candidates

Practice highlights:
  • Busy Cardiology inpatient ward and consult services
  • Robust outpatient clinics
  • Busy echocardiography laboratory with expertise in all forms of advanced echocardiography including 3D echo, strain and structural echocardiography
  • Collaborative practice with Radiology to practice Nuclear Cardiology, cardiac CT and cardiac MRI
  • Dedicated closed CVICU and a growing cardiac surgery program
Minimum requirements:
  • Completion of an ACGME accredited Cardiology fellowship
  • Board certified or board eligible in Cardiology
  • COCATS level 2 training (or above) in all aspects of echocardiography and in Nuclear Cardiology. While not required, COCATS level 2 training in CT or MRI is preferred.
Community Information
Live and work in Little Rock, Arkansas, a culturally diverse capital city that’s a remarkable place for families and individuals to call home. 
  • Ranked on US News & World Report’s list of best places to live (2022)
  • Excellent cost of living with median home prices well below the national average
  • Some of the best public and private schools in the state
  • Gorgeous scenery and endless options for outdoor activities 
  • Access to a national airport with direct flights across the country 

Please send CV to carla@uams.edu.


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4301 W. Markham,Little Rock, Arkansas,72205 | UAMS Medical Center| Posted Wednesday, February 21, 2024