Radiologist - Diagnostic and Interventional UltrasoundJob ID 164475BR Date posted 10/20/2021
- Rochester, Minnesota
- Full Time
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The Division of Ultrasound in the Department of Radiology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN is seeking a qualified radiologist with interest in ultrasound imaging and a commitment to clinical excellence. Responsibilities will include general outpatient and inpatient diagnostic ultrasound exam interpretation as well as dedicated time in our high-volume ultrasound procedural practice. Experience and interest in CT-guided procedures is preferred but not required. A demonstrated commitment to advancing the science, practice, and/or teaching of ultrasound is highly desired.
We are searching for an outstanding individual who has an interest in participating with other radiologists, physicists, scientists, and referring clinicians to advance the practice through innovation and research. As a modality-based division, we share staff and closely collaborate with other Radiology divisions. This position will have a clinical emphasis on ultrasound, with flexibility to participate in other areas of radiology, such as abdominal imaging or sub-specialized practices in vascular and MSK ultrasound.
The Department of Radiology staff perform over 65,000 diagnostic ultrasound exams and 8,500 ultrasound-guided procedures per year. This includes a large volume of subspecialty examinations, including contrast-enhanced ultrasound, ultrasound-guided neck ablations, and diagnostic MSK ultrasound exams.
Mayo Clinic Radiology has a large residency program with multiple Body Imaging & Intervention fellowship positions each year as well as a highly regarded medical school.
Mayo Clinic offers significant infrastructure for clinically driven investigation. The division is supported by dedicated ultrasound research and education resources. A cooperative administrative partnership model enhances professional satisfaction.
The ideal candidate will have exceptional clinical skills, a commitment to excellence in patient care, sincere interest in clinical research and innovation, and enthusiasm for resident education.
License or certification
Candidates must be board-certified or board-eligible with advanced fellowship training in ultrasound, abdominal imaging, and/or interventional radiology.
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