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Interventional Radiology Opportunity-Immediate Income Parity

Subspecialty: Interventional Radiology

Posted: Jan 12, 2023 Gateway Staffing Solutions, Inc.
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Job Number: DK-7411
Contact Name: Devon Kirk
Agency: Yes

Facility: Hospital Based
Location: College Town, Missouri
Degree: MD or DO
Years Partnership: Immediate
Board Status: BC/BE
Fellowship Required: Yes
Beginning Comp.: 550k - 599k
Potential Comp.: 600k - 699k
Perm/Locum: Perm ASAP
Workload: Full Time
Position Type:
  • Group
  • Hospital
  • Private Practice
  • General Radiology
  • Angiography
  • Athrography
  • Biopsies
  • Body Imaging
  • CT
  • Emergency Radiology
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Minor Interventions
  • MRI
  • Non-Invasive Vascular
  • Pain Management
  • Ultrasound
  • Vascular / Interventional
  • General Interventional Radiology
  • Angiography
  • Arterial Interventions
  • Arteriography-Diagnostic
  • Biliary Interventions
  • Clinical Patient Management
  • Dialysis Shunt Management
  • GI Interventions
  • GU Interventions
  • Other Interventions
  • Pain Management
  • Percutaneous Biopsy / Aspiration
  • Percutaneous Drainage Procedures
  • Venography
  • Venous Interventions
Date Posted: 01/12/2023
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Job Number: DK-7411
Contact Name: Devon Kirk
Company: Gateway Staffing Solutions, Inc.
Agency: Yes
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Interventional Radiology Opportunity-Immediate Income Parity
Subspecialty: Interventional Radiology

This is an incredible opportunity for an interventional radiologist to align with a 10-member general radiology group and build their own IR service the way they want from scratch. Enjoy working in a modern hospital less than ten years old equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and IR suites. This hopsital casts a wide net and serves its surrounding four states that have an endless number of patients that need various IR services that can be offered by a fully functioning IR department. The hospital recently lost two CV surgeons, so the potential to get up and running with a a large percentage of your time performing IR procedures is great. They definitely need someone that can do some basic general radiology at least for the short term until the service gets up and running, but you can plan on being primarily an IR doc from the start doing all procedures imaginable: interventional oncology, hepatic/GI interventions, renal work, peripheral arterial procedures, venous interventions, pain/spine interventions, etc.

Preference is for someone comfortable with both vascular and non-vascular IR procedures, entrepreneurial and energetic in nature, combined with being a compassionate person willing to work with administration to evaluate equipment and IR suite needs for the near future and beyond. It will be a collaborative effort between you and the hospital to pave a smooth path for your success with regards to equipment as opposed to what IR docs often experience with this kind of venture, roadblocks and resistance. They are open to sign-on bonuses and equal income parity with the general radiology group from the outset. Their benefits package is excellent and is worth roughly $125K in itself annually. Equal vacation from the start, which is roughly a week per month.

The group never has had a true IR doc and with the other surgeons' departure the hospital is highly motivated to get someone on board ASAP from the interventional radiology world to launch what could soon be a thriving service requiring more than one IR doc. In the mean time IR call can be shared with cardiology and the other surgeons as a general concept. Details can be worked out depending on the candidate's array of skills and input from interested candidates is welcomed. The initial position would have very limited IR call as the general rads almost never are called back into the hopsital overnight currently. But with a developing IR service that will inevitably change. For the general radiology needs in the beginning, mammo is not a skill they need but as many modalities you're comfortable with outside of women's imaging the better.

This is a great community to live in and raise or start a family. The COL is very low and there is plenty of culture in the area with artists, restaurants and chefs working to build up the downtown area. There are also outlying wineries as well as many other historical and entertaining attractions. They have a regional airport with several flights per day and you'd be hard pressed to find a better place with more autonomy to build your own IR service.

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