The Queen’s Heart Physician Practice (QHPP) of The Queen’s Health Systems is currently seeking a BC/BE electrophysiologist for program development and expansion. Clinical responsibilities include inpatient/outpatient consultation and proficiency in all dimensions of contemporary EP procedures, including device implantation and management, as well as ablation techniques such as atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia. Experience and/or interest in lead extraction program development is also preferred. In addition, the candidate will engage in educational and research activities, including mentoring of cardiovascular fellows, internal medicine residents and medical students. Academic appointments are given through the John A. Burns School of Medicine and are commensurate with clinical and academic experience.
The Queen’s Heart Physician Practice (QHPP) is the largest cardiovascular physician group in the state of Hawaii, dedicated to a patient-centered, team-based approach that aspires to the highest standards of excellence and compassion. In addition, QHPP serves as the primary teaching faculty for the University of Hawaii Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship.
The Queen's Health Systems is dedicated to providing access to comprehensive, high quality care to all the people of Hawaii. The primary practice site for this position will be The Queen's Medical Center-Punchbowl, which serves as the flagship medical center of The Queen’s Health System and the leading medical referral center in the Pacific Basin. It is located in downtown Honolulu and is a private, non-profit, acute medical care facility. It is the largest private hospital in Hawaii, licensed to operate with 575 acute care beds. The medical center has more than 3,000 employees and over 1,200 physicians on staff.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of application and curriculum vitae to:
The Queen's Medical Center, located in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii, is a private, non-profit, acute medical care facility. It is the largest private hospital in Hawaii, licensed to operate with 505 acute care beds and 28 sub-acute beds. The medical center has more than 3,000 employees and over 1,200 physicians on staff.
As the leading medical referral center in the Pacific Basin, Queen's offers a c...omprehensive range of primary and specialized care services. Queen's is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and affiliated with VHA Inc., the national health care alliance. The medical center is also approved to participate in residency training by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
The Queen's Hospital, now called The Queen's Medical Center, was founded in 1859 by Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV.
In King Kamehameha IV's initial speech to the legislature in 1854, the King voiced his desire to create a hospital for the people of Hawaii. At that time, the continued existence of the Hawaiian race was seriously threatened by the influx of disease brought to the islands by foreign visitors. Queen Emma enthusiastically supported the dream of a hospital, and the two campaigned tirelessly to make it a reality. They personally went door-to-door soliciting the necessary funding. The royal couple exceeded their goal in just over a month, raising $13,530. In turn, the Legislature appropriated $6,000.
Through six generations, The Queen's Medical Center has become a major provider of health care to the people of our State and a part of the cultural fabric of Hawaii.