The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at Yale School of Medicine invites applications for a for a full-time faculty appointment at the Clinical Instructor or Assistant Professor level. A strong interest in clinical care and education (undergraduate medical and graduate medical) is required; for appointment at the Assistant Professor level, a track record of published research is required. Clinical responsibilities include CT, Ultrasound, plain radiography and emergency fluoroscopic studies. .
The Emergency/Trauma section currently has 14 members and 1 fellow. The practice includes a large inpatient unit (Average daily census of 1168) with a level one trauma center, as well as several urgent care and freestanding ER sites, in addition to partial coverage of the VA West Haven Medical Center Emergency Room (via Tele-radiology).
The Yale ER/Trauma service was one of the first in the nation to provide contemporaneous 24 X 7 imaging interpretation for our Emergency/Trauma patients. We cover inpatient exams with final reporting available to clinicians at all times. Our group has a track record of collaborative research, flexibility in scheduling shifts, and a commitment to the best clinical care. The primary site of coverage, at YNHH, is centrally located in New Haven, with access to a vibrant and passionate University.
Interested applicants should email their CV, cover letter and three letters of reference to: apply.interfolio.com/39372
board eligible/certified Emergency/Trauma Radiologist with fellowship training (Trauma/ER, Body Imaging, or Neuroradiology training preferred)