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Neuroradiologist needed in Ohio!

Subspecialty: Neuroradiology

Posted: Jul 12, 2019 Columbus Radiology
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Facility: Columbus Radiology
Location: Toledo, Ohio
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Degree: MD
Years Partnership: N/A
Board Status: BC/BE
Fellowship Required: Yes
Beginning Comp.: Negotiable
Potential Comp.: Negotiable
Perm/Locum: Perm ASAP
Workload: Full Time
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Date Posted: 07/12/2019
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Neuroradiologist needed in Ohio!
Subspecialty: Neuroradiology

PRACTICE OVERVIEW

Our radiology practice in NW Ohio is expanding and we are in search of highly skilled radiologists to join our team! Facilities are located in and around the Toledo area and boast a Level 1 trauma center, children’s hospital, and Comprehensive and Primary Stroke Centers and a mobile stroke unit. We also provide reading services for 7 ER’s.

This NW Ohio practice, based in Toledo, is a private group and division of Columbus Radiology. Founded in 1946, with 105+ board-certified and subspecialty- trained radiologists who are committed to excellence – in patient care, physician relations, continuous quality improvement and professional development.

The Toledo area is rich with diversity in its culture and offers a great place to raise a family and enjoy the outdoors with their many beautiful parks and lakes. Centrally located, Toledo is an easy drive to other major metropolitan cities. For more information about what Toledo has to offer please go to: https://toledoregion.com/.

CRC operates an internal 24/7 Results Communication Center support team (CORE = Center of Radiology Excellence) to coordinate care and clinical contact. This clinical team is an extension of our Radiologists, which helps in reducing day to day administrative minutia. The Advisory Board Company and the American College of Radiology have both recognized this as an innovative customer service function. CRC continually reviews and improves their radiology service through new clinical initiatives, research, artificial intelligence and best practices that provide proven value to patients and payors.

POSITION SUMMARY

We are seeking a fellowship-trained Neuroradiologist. Candidates must be CAQ/CAQ eligible in Neuroradiology and share a vision for an integrative and collaborative care model with a multi-disciplinary team. Neuroradiologists can expect to read anywhere from 40%-80% Neuro depending on the shift and the day.

This is a full time position with the opportunity to read a complex mix of Neuro as well as Diagnostic Radiology. The ability to perform minor procedures such as LP’s and Myelograms is definitely a plus!

CRC has a commitment to quality and ardently promotes and invests in the professional development of our radiologists through a comprehensive quality assurance program. We offer highly competitive compensation including an annual profit sharing contribution, currently $36,000, into the physician’s 401k retirement account. We also offer 10 weeks/50 days of vacation including random days off ranging from 10-15 additional days (less vacation w/more compensation is an option), health, life, disability and malpractice insurance coverage. Ample moonlighting opportunities offer additional compensation up to $200k.

DESIRED PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • American Board of Radiology certified or Board-Eligible
  • In addition to proficiency in Neuroradiology, we also seek experience in Diagnostic Radiology
  • Candidates must be a Doctor of Medicine/Osteopathic Medicine, Board-certified/eligible and fellowship trained in Neuroradiology
  • Completed an internship and residency in accredited US Diagnostic Radiology Training Program - Minimum on one-year post-residency fellowship training