The Department of Radiology at New Jersey Medical School at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is recruiting a per-diem radiologist for its Section of Emergency Radiology, based at University Hospital, Newark. We are seeking a candidate at the Assistant Professor level to join our section; new graduates are also encouraged to apply. We serve a diverse community with a wide range of interesting cases. We are a collegial department that values education of residents, clinical excellence, and faculty personal growth and well-being. The position will offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Overnight coverage is 1 week on, 2 weeks off, with shift length of 9 hours.
Minimum Education and Experience:
The successful applicant will be fellowship trained in Emergency Radiology, Abdominal/Body Imaging, Neuroradiology, or demonstrate experience in Emergency Radiology, must possess an M.D. or D.O. degree, and must be ABR eligible or certified in Diagnostic Radiology.
Posting Number: 20FA0042
Location: Newark (RBHS)
Internal Number: 109608
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