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Locum - Physician - Interventional Radiologist Bay City, MI

Company: WPA Emergency Medicine Staffing
Location: Bay City
Posted on: January 24, 2023

Job Description:

Radiology-Interventional opening in Bay City, Michigan. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe

Advanced Radiology Services is looking for a locum Interventional Radiologist to provide coverage at McLaren Bay Region! Locum will provide coverage until a perm is found. Monday - Friday 8a-5p starting as soon as credentialed. No Call No Weekends Procedures per day - unknown, but have asked the clientPACS is Intelerad and the dictation system would be PowerScribe 360 Credentialing Time frame - Roughly 60 days. Responsibilities:
This position is estimated to be greater than 75% interventional radiology with some general diagnostic radiology responsibilities. The IR practice covers a wide spectrum of inpatient and outpatient interventional procedures, including: paras/thoras, pleural and peritoneal drains, CT/US guided biopsies and/or drains, nephrostomy and biliary drainage, central venous access and LP/myelograms, etc. Requirements: Certified by the American Board of Radiology or American Osteopathic Board of Radiology Completion of interventional radiology fellowship or significant practice experience To present: Please provide some sort of skills checklist and 2 references As a reminder - McLaren Bay Region is NOT the client. Advanced Radiology Services IS the client, and the provider will provide coverage for McLaren!

Keyphrases: vascular interventional technologist jobs, rad tech jobs, radiology technician jobs

Keywords: WPA Emergency Medicine Staffing, Flint , Locum - Physician - Interventional Radiologist Bay City, MI, Healthcare , Bay City, Michigan

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