The Division of Neuroradiology in the Radiology Department at UHealth, University of Miami Health System and the University of Miami Leonard Miller School of Medicine, is seeking a fellowship-trained candidate for a full-time faculty position at the level of Assistant, Associate, or Professor in the clinical educator track. The University offers a competitive salary relative to academia for this shift position, which is enhanced by an attractive benefits package.
Responsibilities of the candidate include providing interpretations of plain film, CT and MR studies. The position involves coverage from 12-9 pm Monday-Sunday on a 1 week on/1 week off schedule. This includes a combination of remote and on-site coverage.
The successful applicant will join 10 fellowship trained CAQ’ed neuroradiologists; the applicant will interpret images from multiple facilities, including Jackson Memorial Hospital, a 1600-bed primary and tertiary care County hospital, and from the University of Miami Hospitals and Clinics (including its satellites). The latter includes an acute care in-patient facility, UHealth Tower, with 550-beds. In addition, plans are underway to further expand the University of Miami footprint in South Florida in the form of additional clinics and ambulatory centers.
The Division of Neuroradiology trains many radiology residents and medical students and offers a one-year neuroradiology fellowship (6 fellows per year). There are also various research opportunities, with a dedicated research magnet available. Responsibilities include: providing clinical care/consultation, teaching of trainees, service, and potential involvement in research.
The potential candidate must have completed their radiology training and have passed the ABR core exam (or ABR-certified), be eligible for a Florida unrestricted medical license, and should have completed a fellowship in Neuroradiology, being eligible for (or CAQ in) Neuroradiology.
The mission of the University of Miami Health System and Miller School of Medicine is to be a top-tier academic health system, which specifically serves South Florida, as accomplished by:
Delivering high-quality, compassionate care and promoting the health of our community
Leading life-changing discoveries and transforming care through innovative research,
Educating the next generation of medical leaders,
Nurturing diversity, equity, and inclusivity
Miami is one of the most diverse metropolitan areas in the United States. Qualified applicants of every ethnic origin, race, religion, and persuasion are encouraged to apply.
Interested Candidates should submit their CV and cover letter of interest addressed to:
Alexander M. McKinney MD, Chair & Suzanne Fong, MBA