Assistant Professor - Radiology, Memphis - 21000002IV
Assistant Professor - Radiology - Part-time
The University of Tennessee is seeking a radiologist for night shift coverage for the 2 nd shift at Regional One Medical Center. Regional One Medical Center is a level I trauma center. The candidate will be a strong general radiologist and may have a fellowship in either body imaging or neuroradiology. The candidate will interpret trauma, post-surgical, and medical CT with a volume of about 60 cases/night. The candidate will also interpret trauma and ICU plain films, with an expected volume of 50-60 cases/night. Occasional ultrasound and emergency MRI are performed. Light interventional, such as CT-guided drainage is a plus. Vascular interventional and MQSA are not required.
Must be able to work with residents/fellows. Case-mix is approximately 50% plain films, with the rest being made up of CT, US, and MRI. Compensation is consistent and comparable to other services in the region.
Board certification or Board eligibility required
Completion of an accredited residency required and sub certifications/training highly preferred
Current unrestricted licensure as a Physician in Tennessee
Current certification DEA number
Eligible for malpractice insurance
Relocation is not required, however, the work is on-site.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, 2 letters of recommendation, and a Curriculum Vitae with Taleo submission.
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