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(Archived) Multiple Needs In St. Louis

Last Updated: 4/09/20

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Multiple Needs in St. Louis 

Large independent (100% hospital based) Radiology practice is actively recruiting.  They are a 70+ physician strong, multispecialty radiology group servicing 5 hospitals and multiple hospital owned imaging centers.  The group consists of diagnostic radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians and medical physicists/dosimetrists.  The group has been part of the Top 100 Largest Radiology Groups for many years.  They service a large health system in the east communities region.  

Emergency Radiologist - You can work on site or remotely (if remote, you must reside in Missouri or adjacent states – IL, AR, TN, KS so they can bill Missouri Medicaid patients).  Work 7 on/ 14 off  11pm – 7am (CST).  Ideal candidate is fellowship trained Neuroradiologist or Emergency Medicine Radiologist. Receive 400k first year, 425k year 2, 450k year 3.  Full benefits including paid occurrence malpractice, 401k and profit sharing, health, dental, disability, LTC and more.  Partnership tract available. 

Breast/Women’s Imager – Spend at least 50% of your time in mammography and the balance in Xray, US, CT and MRI.  Must be proficient in tomosynthesis, US, MRI and biopsies.  Receive highly competitive salary and vacation package, full benefits including paid occurrence malpractice, 401k and profit sharing, health, dental, disability, LTC and more.  Partnership after 2nd year. 

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Healthcare Staffing Solutions, Inc

Pompano Beach, Florida, United States

A nationwide placement firm with over 35 years of physician recruitment. We are committed to being your #1 resource throughout your career search and guide you every step of the way - providing you with the research and prep work needed in securing a career with the right practice. We understand your time is very limited and that you don't always have the time to call on, search for and follow up...