Director of Breast Imaging (Hybrid On-Site/Remote) at Southampton Hospital SUNY Stony Brook
Stony Brook University
Location: Southampton, New York
Type: Full Time
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 3965438
Director of Breast Imaging (Hybrid On-Site/Remote) at Southampton Hospital SUNY Stony Brook, Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Radiology, Breast Imaging
Location: Southampton, New York / Greenport, New York Open Date: Jan 30, 2023 Deadline: Jul 30, 2023 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
Description The Director of Breast Imaging will collaborate clinically with interdisciplinary teams such as breast surgeons, pathology, oncology and radiation oncology, etc...
Radiologist should be proficient in all aspects of Breast Imaging, including mammography, ultrasound, MRI and all image-guided procedures.
This position will oversee Breast Imaging at Southampton and Eastern Long Island Hospitals. The ideal candidate will participate in Departmental committees and quality improvement initiatives. While there is no academic expectation for this clinical directorship position, ample teaching and research opportunities are available at the Stony Brook Hospital main campus.
Competitive salary and excellent State University of New York benefits. Generous sign-on bonus.
Flexible hours and schedule to include on-site (minimum 1 day per week for procedures) and remote reads (diagnostic, screening and MRI) in accordance with University policies. Overnight housing available to reduce commute time.
Qualifications REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
MD, DO, or equivalent; NYS Licensure (eligible); Board Certified (eligible) in Diagnostic Radiology; Fellowship training and/or experience in Breast Imaging and image guided procedures; MQSA Qualifications.
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