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General Rad needed for busy, stable private practice, 1 year to partnership!

Subspecialty: Diagnostic Radiology

Posted: Jan 13, 2020 Gateway Staffing Solutions, Inc.
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Job Number: DK-4811
Contact Name: Devon Kirk
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Facility: Hospital Based
Location: Northwest, Pennsylvania
Degree: MD or DO
Years Partnership: N/A
Board Status: Board Certified
Fellowship Required: No
Beginning Comp.: 450k - 499k
Potential Comp.: 600k - 699k
Perm/Locum: Perm ASAP
Workload: Full Time
Position Type:
  • Group
  • Hospital
  • Private Practice
  • General Radiology
  • Biopsies
  • Body Imaging
  • Cross Sectional
  • CT
  • Emergency Radiology
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Mammography
  • Minor Interventions
  • MRI
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neuroradiology
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Ultrasound
  • Women's Imaging
Date Posted: 01/13/2020
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Job Number: DK-4811
Contact Name: Devon Kirk
Company: Gateway Staffing Solutions, Inc.
Agency: Yes
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General Rad needed for busy, stable private practice, 1 year to partnership!
Subspecialty: Diagnostic Radiology

Incredible opportunity for a seasoned, practicing radiologist able to perform all modalities. Three-member group is unfortunately losing one after the first of the year and need to replace by February or very soon thereafter. The starting pay is as high or higher than a lot of partnership incomes and they make a great partnership compensation ($600K plus full benefits). Partnership is offered here after one year and board certification is required to become a partner. No buy-in. As one can imagine, to make that income it’s a fairly busy practice and the ability to read 100-140 studies per day is a pace that a viable candidate needs to be comfortable with. So, a seasoned radiologist with three or more years experience is likely going to be the best fit for their needs unless a recently trained radiologist has done a lot of moonlighting and is confident with this type of pace. However, at least for the short term, they still employ transcriptionists that have been with them many years, so they do not have extra voice recognition work to do making the pace of their days very feasible.

The hospital is very stable and doing well. For a smaller town in a 200+ bed hospital they see some pretty unique pathology, said to be university-level. As stated, the need is for someone that can read all modalities (MR, CT, US, plain films, fluoro, mammo/women's imaging, nucs) and be able to perform very light interventional to the level of biopsies, simple drainages and PICC lines. One of the radiologists is doing IR beyond that level, but those basic invasive abilities are all that they need for this opening.

Another big plus is that it is equal vacation from the outset, which is 17 weeks. They run the department with one radiologist off every week, so time off is quite lucrative. They don’t have to take any call during the week as nighthawk covers them from 5:00 pm till 7-8 am doing all final reads, meaning no piles of studies to come into in the morning. Maybe two times per year you can expect to be called in after-hours for something simple like an emergency lumbar puncture, but no more frequently than that. When you're off, you're pretty much off and free to enjoy life. They do work 1:3 weekends, but you are only required to go into the hospital on Saturday-Sunday for an hour each day. It is said to be a very manageable practice with their nighthawk service doing final reads.

This is a great community with a small liberal arts college and lots of outdoor amenities: parks, walking trails and 3-4 nearby lakes for water sports fun. They have churches of most any denomination and it is an outstanding place to raise a family away from the dangers of urban life.

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