is a 100% Interventional Radiology position with the following duties:
Performs inpatient and outpatient
vascular and interventional radiology procedures. Interprets pre and post EVAR
CT studies, CT abdominal aortic and run-off studies routinely and is primary
department consultant on imaging studies of arterial and venous circulation.
Practice will include a wide range of
Vascular and Interventional Radiology work, with the gamut including
injections, biopsies, myelograms, drains, diagnostic CTA interpretations,
chemoembolization procedures, angioplasty and vascular stenting including EVAR
procedures and TIPPS. Y-90 experience a plus.
Performs Interventional procedures to
include but not limited to: drainages, vertebroplasy, pain management ,
biopsies and tube placements under CT guidance, Ultrasound guidance or
Administrative activities such as peer
review and other activities as required. In charge of ongoing performance
review and accounts payable of services performed by contract
Provides radiology support for boards
and committees as required.
Diagnose and may treat diseases of the
human body, using all available imaging modalities.
Examine internal structures and
functions of organ systems, making diagnosis after correlation of imaging
findings with other examinations and tests.
Treats benign and malignant internal
and external pathologies by utilization of interventional devices that require
the routine administration of radiopaque substances by injection, orally, or
rectally to render pathologies of internal structures and organs visible by
Complete fulfillment of clinical duties
also includes timely reporting of findings, verbal discussions with referring
clinicians regarding patient findings, and final verification of proofread
Educate both residents and fellows
while performing the above duties in an apprentice type learning environment.
Provides both didactic and case-centric
lectures at regular intervals.
Participate in academic fulfillment
missions such as the publishing of peer reviewed publications, case reports, and/or
pursue grant submissions.
Work Schedule: 40 hour work week
Monday - Friday with the exception of holidays. Tour of duty is within
the hours of 0630 - 1800 depending on the needs of the organization.
Candidate must be willing to work
weekends, irregular work hours and extended hours. The candidate must be
willing to be placed, detailed or temporarily assigned to other related
services and/or locations, if necessary.
Statement Title/#: Radiologist