The University of South Alabama is searching for a full-time physician in Interventional Radiology (Fellowship training required). The candidate must be Board Eligible / Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology. This position is with a Level I Trauma Center that performs all aspects of Interventional Radiology; including procedures such as, Spinal Augmentation, Women's Health, Hepatobiliary Disease, Interventional Oncology, as well as basic radiologic procedures. This position carries a faculty appointment depending on experience. Benefits include malpractice and health insurance, with an excellent retirement plan.
The University of South Alabama Health System helps people lead longer, better lives through its excellence in education, research and medical care. With more than 3,600 employees, USA's health network includes USA Medical Center, USA Children's & Women's Hospital, USA Mitchell Cancer Institute, USA Physicians Group and the USA College of Medicine. Each year, our team of 180 physicians, 240 residents and fellows, 70 mid-level providers and 800 nurses handle some 185,000 clinic visits and 350,000 outpatient procedures. The USA Health System delivers 2,800 babies a year, more than any other regional hospital, and treats patients through some 60,000 emergency room visits annually.
In addition to advanced and innovative patient care offered at University hospitals and clinics, USA's medical education programs provide first-class training experiences for the next generation of physicians and scientists. The USA Health System delivers excellence in care while improving the quality of life for residents across the Gulf Coast.
The USA Health System is managed by the USA HealthCare Management, LLC.
The University provides benefits to eligible University of South Alabama and USA HealthCare Management LLC, employees based on employment status - regular or temporary - and position FTE (hours worked per week), length of service, and other criteria. Refer to specific benefit plans for information regarding eligibility and coverage for eligible dependents. Several of the University's benefit programs require enrollment within a specified period of time or wait to make changes until the annual open enrollment period.