California Diagnostic Radiology Opportunity!/Large Multi-Specialty Group/M-F Only!/35k Studies Per Year

Location: California
Duration: Permanent - Full Time
Job ID: CARAD1 (20768370)
Category: Radiologist Physician Jobs
Company: Pacific Companies
Contact: Marc Scarlata
Practice Type:   Group
Job Posted: 09/28/20

California Diagnostic Radiology Opportunity!/Large Multi-Specialty Group/M-F Only!/35k Studies Per Year - CARAD1 (20768370)

A well established Multi-Specialty group with over 50 physicians and advanced practice providers in over 16 specialties, is seeking a Diagnostic Radiologist!

JOB DESCRIPTION:
•Full-time days, Monday – Friday
•No weekends, holidays or evening call required
•Multi-specialty clinic setting allows for collaboration between medical professionals.
•Currently two Radiologists on staff with combined 29+ years in the community
•Excellent team of technicians and support staff
•Quick turnaround for scheduling and results; great for physicians and patients
•Radiologists conduct fluoroscopy procedures, thyroid and/or breast biopsies
•35,000 studies per year on average
•2 mammography rooms, 2 ultrasound rooms, 1 MRI room, 1 CT room (64-slice), 1 dexa scan room, 4 diagnostic rooms (1 fluoroscopy), tomosynthesis images

COMPETITIVE SALARY & BENEFITS:
•Health/Dental/Vision/Life
•Long-term disability insurance
•Retirement
•Malpractice insurance
•CME allowance
•License, dues & subscriptions allowance
•Paid time off for CME and vacation

Our location has a population over 130,000, is centrally located between Los Angeles and San Francisco, only an hour's drive from national parks, and within easy reach of coastal beaches.

Our city offers the unique combination of affordable housing, a friendly community, easy commute to work, and economic opportunity. The cost of living may be small town, but the cultural amenities are big city!

I have been to and have recruited to this location so please contact me for more details.

Thanks! 


Must be or become Board Certified

Must have a favorable background and malpractice history