DUTIES:The Department of Radiology is seeking a part time, fellowship trained Vascular/Interventional Radiologist to work at NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings. Major opportunity to exist to develop peripheral arterial disease management program. Clinical skills should include knowledge of venous access, dialysis access management, GI/GU interventions and interventional oncology therapies. Diagnostic skills should include knowledge of US, cross sectional imaging, and fluoroscopic studies. Collaboration with vascular surgeons available. After hour courage may be required and will be determined by the Chair, or Chief of Service.Including but not limited to the following:Teach and supervise residents; Conduct educational lectures and seminars; Participate in interdepartmental conferences; Participate in scholarly activities as outlined by the Radiology RRC.(DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE ABOVE POSITION DESCRIPTION)QUALIFICATIONS:REQUIRED: NYS Medical License, Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology, Fellowship in Vascular/Interventional Radiology. PREFFERED: Minimum of 7 years prior clinical and teaching experience. ABR-CAQ in Vascular/Interventional RadiologyAdditional Info: Email cover letter and resume to Deborah.Reede@downstate.edu.Closing Date: Open Until FilledSTATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
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