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Academic Pediatric Radiology

Company: The Medicus Firm
Location: Mobile
Posted on: July 6, 2024

Job Description:

As an academic health system, this institution provides advanced and innovative patient care through its University hospitals and clinics, as well as first-class training experiences for the next generation of healthcare providers and scientists. The Department of Radiology is committed to excellence in patient care, teaching, and research and prides itself on cutting edge studies in all modalities of diagnostic imaging.
Join an experienced team of 3 pediatric radiologist Freestanding Children's and Women's Hospital consists of 249 beds with a Level 3 NICU with 100+ beds Largest catchment area for pediatric patients in the Gulf Coast region Growing department with a new Pediatric IR service line, new Pediatric ER department, and new MRI and CT scanners Work with radiology residents daily with a minimal call schedule supported by residents, moonlighters, and vRad Leadership opportunities available including Divisional Chief and Vice Chair Pediatric Radiology fellowship required Fellowship stipend available Ability to sponsor H1B and J1 visas Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and malpractice coverage

"The Gateway to the Gulf" Located on the Gulf Coast with one of the busiest ports in the country Vibrant and growing metro area with a desirable cost of living (15% less than national avg) Quick beach access, breathtaking sunsets, award-winning restaurants, and abundant cultural and historic attractions "2nd Best Summer Destination in 2023" by USA Today International Airport coming in Spring of 2025 !
Reference: 23697

Keywords: The Medicus Firm, Mobile , Academic Pediatric Radiology, Healthcare , Mobile, Alabama

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