Duke Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

Duke Cardiothoracic Surgery is internationally recognized for contributions to advancing patient care.  This excellence extends to our affiliated community practices around the country.  Our practices also benefit from professional management services and quality oversight allowing our physicians to focus on the needs of their patients, not the business of medicine.

The Duke Divisions of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery is seeking a talented Cardiothoracic Surgeon to join its growing network of established community-based faculty practices affiliated with Duke’s Heart network.  An opportunity is currently available in Lumberton, North Carolina.

Ideal candidates will board certified or board eligible in Thoracic Surgery and have a significant interest in vascular surgery as a component of practice. Candidates must possess superior technical skills, have experience in a community based practice environment, and be dedicated to providing the highest quality patient care.

The program offers incentive-based compensation with an initial income guarantee.  A full array of benefits is available, including CME and relocation. 

Located in eastern North Carolina on 1-95, Lumberton is midway between New York and Florida. Its central location is just a short drive to the beautiful beaches of North and South Carolina to the east, and the rolling Appalachian Mountains to the west. With a mild year-round climate, Southern hospitality, and small-city charm, Lumberton offers a relaxing state of mind and a high quality of life—a great place to work, live and raise a family!

Candidates interested in learning more about the community-based positions available with Duke, should send CV and letter of interest to:




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Susan Watson

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