Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington is recruiting a full time ABR certified, fellowship trained Nuclear Medicine Radiologist to join our care team. This position offers multidisciplinary collaboration with a collegial team of dedicated and talented providers and staff.
Position Function Highlights
Work in a vibrant nuclear medicine section that includes SPECT/CT, PET/CT, and therapy including PRRT.
Engage in teaching radiology residents and radiologic personnel in the field of Nuclear medicine and Molecular Imaging.
Establish and enforce radiation safety standards for the protection of patients and staff.
Provide General and specialized diagnostic Radiology services with On-Call responsibility.
Join a thriving and collegial practice that is sub-specialty focused with multiple clinical conferences, tumor boards and teaching conferences per week. Join a wonderful group of 29 excellent, service oriented subspecialty focused radiologists.
The radiology department boasts an outstanding residency program, consisting of 12 diagnostic radiology residents. You will be a part of the education and training team for radiology residents. There is potential for leadership roles in education and/or Radiology.
Virginia Mason is world renowned for patient care and the Virginia Mason Production System (VMPS) that has improved outcomes and decreased costs. You will have the opportunity to be trained in VMPS.
About Virginia Mason
Virginia Mason, established in 1920 in Seattle, WA, is internationally recognized as a preeminent health care organization focused on delivering quality services to our patients. We have a 336-bed hospital in Seattle and Multispecialty Group Practice with more than 450 physicians. With a network of primary, specialty, neighborhood clinics and regional medical centers; you will find our culture is the very definition of best practices and a model that is the benchmark for other organizations. Join us, and find out how many ways Virginia Mason offers you the chance to focus on what really matters—your patients.
Living in the Pacific Northwest
Located in the Pacific NW, Seattle is an area with a mild climate year round and close to the great outdoors where we enjoy an abundance of activities with our close proximity to the waters of Puget Sound and surrounding mountains. City life and cultural activities are also thriving. With a variety of neighborhoods and areas to work and live, there are many choices for the type of lifestyle you’d like to enjoy.
For more information or to apply on line visit our website at http://jobs.VirginiaMason.org or contact Michele Chacon at 206-341-0704 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Full year fellowship in Nuclear Medicine
ABR with CAQ or ABNM subspecialty certification in Nuclear Medicine
Ability to obtain a medical professional license in the State of WA
Ability to obtain a DEA with full prescriptive authority needed for specific practice
Internal Number: 181720
About Virginia Mason Medical Center
Known for innovations in patient care, and named a recipient of the Leapfrog Group Top Hospital of the Decade Award, Virginia Mason is a regional referral, teaching and research center located in Seattle, WA. In addition to our 336-bed hospital, Virginia Mason includes a large downtown clinic complex, a network of primary and specialty care medical centers, an independently funded research center, and Bailey-Boushay House, a skilled nursing facility and day health program for persons with AIDS and other complex nursing needs.