The Richmond VA Medical Center is seeking an academic radiologist with expertise in thoracic/cardio Radiologist. We currently have 3 CT scanners (Siemens Edge, Siemens Force dual energy and Toshiba 320 slice aquillion one). In addition, we currently have 2 GE MRIs (1.5T and 3 T) and 1 Siemens MRI (1.5 T wide bore) and are in the process of acquiring a fourth MRI system (3T high gradient). We utilize Syngo Via, ADW, Vitrea, Tera Recon and Dynacad workstations.
Attending radiologist in addition to their Cardio Thoracic specialty will also provide some General Radiology imaging expertise as needed within the Radiology Service, in accordance with existing practices and programs.
Facility performs close to 1000/year Lung cancer screening exams. total number of imaging studies are close to 120,000/year.
Facility performs pre A-fib and TAVR CT or MRI, Cardiac CTA and Cardiac MRI.
Department provides education to up to 7 radiology residents.
Participates in administrative, academic, and research activities relevant to the Radiology Service, under direction and the supervision of the Radiology Service Chief.
Provides didactic and clinical education for resident who rotate through Radiology service, in accordance with institutional training agreements.
Supervises and interprets diagnostic examinations within Radiology including different modalities like General Radiology, Fluoroscopy, CT, MRI and Ultrasound.
Performs and interprets minor imaging guided procedures.
Outstanding Benefits – Wonderful Quality of Life -Academic Affiliation
Recruitment Incentives: This position may be eligible for the Education Debt Reduction Program (EDRP), a student loan reimbursement program
Call coverage: Less than 12 weeks a year covering the consult service.
Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8 -4:30 p.m.
U.S. Citizenship, a full, active, and unrestricted U.S. medical license, and BC/BE Radiologist required.
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