Radiology position in West Plains, MO
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Radiology
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Permanent/Full-Time
Work Environment Hospital Clinic/Private Practice
Location West Plains, Missouri, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 1/15/23
Radiology opportunity in West Plains, Missouri Located 100 miles from Branson, Missouri; 110 miles Springfield, Missouri Hospital employed Full-time, permanent Loan repayment available Medical center is recruiting Radiologists for an employed group practice, with normal hours of 8-5, M-F and rotating weekends. Must be able to read digital Mammo, CT (also cardiac), US, MRI, NM, Diagnostic Radiology and Interventional procedures. Biopsies done in most areas and insert PICC lines. Procedures: Fluoroscopy Paracentesis Thoracentesis Myelogram Arthrogram Needle Biopsy Stereotactic Core Needle Biopsy Equipment: GE Radiology Equipment GE 16 slice and 128 slice CT GE 1.5T MRI at Imaging Center and in Shaw Medical Building Toshiba Ultrasound Hologic Mammography and Stereotactic Equipment GE Nuclear Med Cameras Benefits: Hospital employed outpatient practice We offer loan repayment up to $100,000 Competitive salary based on MGMA Call 1:4 split evenly to equalize RVUs amongst the group Generous sign on bonus and relocation reimbursement offered Up to $4,500 per year for CME's and professional licensure 40 Days of Paid Time Off per year Comprehensive benefits including health, dental, and vision. Medical center accepts J1 and H1B applicants. We are also located in the Delta Regional Authority which has no limit on J1 waivers and there is no waiver application deadline. Excellent practice for the anyone who enjoys the outdoors, hunting, fishing, boating, camping, hiking, etc in internationally known Ozarks region. Small college town with excellent cultural happenings and successful retail establishments. Medical center is a 114-bed Joint Commission accredited regional referral facility, servicing approximately 180,000 population in a nine-county area in south central Missouri and north central Arkansas. Over 100 active physicians are on the medical staff comprised of half primary care and half specialists. A number of services not normally found in rural areas are provided. For example, we have exceptionally strong programs in areas of interventional and non-interventional cardiology, obstetrics, urology, cardiothoracic, neurosurgery, orthopedic and general surgery. Additionally, medical center provides medical and radiation oncology services and has extensive outreach programs consisting of 23 physician-staffed health clinics plus very active home health, home care, and hospice programs. West Plains is the center of trade for a 50-mile radius. The area's educational opportunities are excellent with public and private schools. Also, the West Plains campus of Missouri State University provides academic and vocational education programs which include a registered and practical nursing program plus a respiratory care school. The West Plains area has prospered as a result of its central location for trade in southern Missouri as well as growth of its educational and health services. West Plains, listed in The 100 Best Small Towns In America, is a family oriented community located in the beautiful Ozark mountains, national forest lands, lakes and streams provide abundant outdoor recreational activities. It is approximately 200 miles from St. Louis and 100 miles from Springfield, Missouri. Medical Center has been named one of the Top 100 Rural and Community Hospitals in the United States one of only two named in Missouri.