Diagnostic Radiologist with Interventional Radiology Fellowship Training
The UPMC Department of Radiology is currently recruiting for a full-time diagnostic radiologist with fellowship training in interventional radiology to join our team of approximately 200 dedicated clinical and research faculty. This position will work with a dynamic team of general radiologists, most of whom maintain a subspecialty focus, within a multi-site community hospital environment in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA.
Pittsburgh was recently voted “America’s Most Livable City” and has ranked among the top 10 in best places to raise a family. UPMC’s community hospitals are only a 20 minute drive from the thriving cultural center of downtown Pittsburgh and the venues of its three professional sports teams.
At UPMC, we work with the latest high-tech equipment and offer Digital RF, CT scan, ultrasound, and MR imaging as well as state-of-the-art angiography equipment. Our community faculty consist mostly of subspecialty-trained radiologists who spend a majority of their time in their areas of expertise, but who also cover some other modalities. This position will be approximately 80% interventional radiology, and approximately 20% general radiology. Interventional radiology expectations include performance of non-neuroradiology arteriographic and venographic procedures, solid organ and soft tissue biopsies, CT and US-guided drainage procedures (inducing abscess drainage, paracentesis, and thoracentesis), and central venous access, PICC, and port placement. This position will also participate in system-wide community Interventional Radiology call responsibilities.
General radiology expectations include fluoroscopy, basic body and neuro CT, neuro MRI, and basic nuclear medicine. For radiologists coming from a subspecialized practice or just completing training, we will support a mentored refresher/training period in any areas of discomfort, or new areas of interest.
Applicants must be board-eligible or certified by the American Board of Radiology or equivalent and eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania. Fellowship training in interventional radiology is required. UPMC offers an excellent salary and a comprehensive benefits package.
Interested applicants may send a CV and letter of interest to Philip Orons, D.O., Chief, Division of Vascular-Interventional Radiology at email@example.com, and Kevin Auerbach, MD, Vice Chair, Community Division and Chief of Radiology, UPMC Passavant at firstname.lastname@example.org. UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minority/Females/Males/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.