Abdominal imaging fellowship position is available at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital (WFBH) for 2019. WFBH is a 1,100-bed tertiary care hospital including a Level 1 trauma center and the largest Comprehensive Cancer Center in the state of North Carolina. The Abdominal Imaging division provides radiologic services for a wide spectrum of complex pathology. Fellowship training includes extensive and high volume experience in specialized diagnostic imaging and interventions such as:
Extensive network for academic as well as private practice job placement/opportunity.
Imaging guided intervention: US/CT guided procedures and tumor ablation
CT: Advanced techniques including dual-energy technology and CT colonography
8 weeks of elective time to hone skills in other subspecialties and perform research.
3 weeks of vacation and 1 week of meeting time with an educational stipend and additional travel funding for presentations.
Ample opportunities for Moonlighting in the hospital and its affiliates.
WFBH has one of the top Radiology residency programs in the nation and takes pride in a friendly and collegial work atmosphere alongside experts in the field. Dedicated lectures for fellows are provided with a monthly journal club and opportunities to participate in multidisciplinary conferences.
Location: Winston-Salem is one of the most affordable small cities in the US and known as the “City of the Arts and Innovation”, featuring a vibrant scene of culture and creativity such as the RiverRun International Film Festival. Conveniently located 1.5 hours west of the beautiful Appalachian mountain range and 3.5 hours to the famed Carolina coastline, there is easy access to numerous outdoor activities. Winston-Salem also plays host to various media and sports events, such as the annual ATP World Tour 250 men’s tennis tournament.
Applicants should be board-eligible or certified by the American Board of Radiology or hold an equivalent Radiology board certification. For candidates who are not US citizens or do not hold permanent residency status, the Wake Forest Baptist Health system accepts J1 and J2 visas sponsored through the ECFMG. Other Visas are handled on a case-by-case basis. The department is open about supporting exceptional international graduates who meet the criteria for ABR certification via the International Medical Graduates Alternate pathway.