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Outstanding Neuro Radiology opportunity-Private practice, top tier partnership income

Subspecialty: Neuroradiology

Posted: Apr 10, 2021 Gateway Staffing Solutions, Inc.
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Job Number: DK-890
Contact Name: Devon Kirk
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Facility: Hospital Based
Location: Central, Michigan
USA
Degree: MD or DO
Years Partnership: 2
Board Status: Board Certified
Fellowship Required: Yes
Beginning Comp.: 350k - 399k
Potential Comp.: 600k - 699k
Perm/Locum: Perm ASAP
Workload: Full Time
Position Type:
  • Group
  • Hospital
  • Private Practice
Skills:
  • General Radiology
  • Athrography
  • Body Imaging
  • Cross Sectional
  • CT
  • Emergency Radiology
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Minor Interventions
  • MRI
  • Myelography
  • Neuroradiology
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Ultrasound
Date Posted: 04/10/2021
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Job Number: DK-890
Contact Name: Devon Kirk
Company: Gateway Staffing Solutions, Inc.
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Outstanding Neuro Radiology opportunity-Private practice, top tier partnership income
Subspecialty: Neuroradiology

Group of 11 rads in central Michigan is seeking a 12th with fellowship training in neuro radiology. Need is ASAP but they can cover until the fall if need be. Any uncommitted 2021 neuro fellows are encouraged to apply, but mid-career neuro rads are attractive as well. You will join two other neuro radiologists and enjoy at least 1/3 of your time performing neuro imaging work helping the group cover their three hospitals, one large and two smaller outlying. When one of the neuro rads goes part-time in the near future it would probably go to 40%+ neuro. It is an incredibly stable group that has been together nearly 50 years with a hospital committed to remaining independent and you can expect to feel good about settling into the community and staying for the long term. It is a busy practice, but they are very well rewarded both financially and with a lot of time off to enjoy vacations. Excellent benefits package that includes malpractice coverage, an annual expense allowance to cover health, CME, society dues and a generous annual retirement contribution of $45-55K as well as a generous moving allowance. Voice recognition brand is Powerscribe-360 and their PACS is a Merge system. They don't have any need for IR as that is a separate group altogether and mammo/women's imaging is covered by two fellowship-trained breast imagers. Nucs abilities are preferred as well as proficiency with brain PET studies. Only procedural abilities needed are myelograms, arthrograms and basic fluoro studies: upper/lower GI, BE, etc.

The equipment at all of their locations is top notch. They have a 128-slice CT at their main hospital and two new MRI units, one a 3.0T and the other a 1.5T. The whole department is very new, state-of-the-art including brand new fluoro units and a brand new CT unit at one of their smaller hospitals. They only physically go to their two outlying hospitals once per week and the neuro rads would not be asked to go there more than a couple of times per year as the neuro skills are more needed at the main campus. You'd be hard pressed to find a better or more stable, indpendent practice in the Upper Midwestern U.S. Their hospital system is doing very well financially and the group's reimbursements are amongst the highest in the nation. They have recovered well from the last year and their volumes are actually on the rise.

To bridge their daytime work with when Vrad takes over at 11 pm for overnight, they employ an evening shift of 4:30-11 pm that one partner does year round. So, there is no night/evening call during the week and very limited weekends, just four or five per year in-house 9 am-4pm with Vrad covering after 4 pm Saturday/Sunday. Weekend call is pretty easy with reading just ER and inpatient imaging. With 12 radiologists, a dedicated evening shift person and just a handful of weekends per year it's about as close to a no-call job as you'll find anywhere.

The group all gets along extremely well and everybody pulls their share of the load. As a result, they enjoy an incredible lifestyle with at least one week off per month as partners. The community is a beautiful one offering excellent school systems and nearby vacation areas all around. They enjoy a low COL and very affordable housing along with lots of outdoor downtown events during the spring, summer and fall: food festivals, art fairs, craft beer festivals, live music, Independence Day celebrations, a hot-air balloon festival, and 5K events. It really is a very collaborative community that has dozens of beautiful parks and outdoor activities galore. It is also a young community with the average age of a resident being 38 and the average home price just $150K. You can get a whole lot for double that. It is a great place to put down roots and raise a family or enjoy the latter part of your career. Home to fortune 500 companies, its local economy is very stable and the city feels much bigger than its 50K population. It is also close to lake Michigan and all of the summer vacation sites up and down its vast coast.

If interested please email your CV to gatewaydocs@earthlink.net for more information along with a best time for you to be reached by phone.