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Consultant Breast Radiologist Whangārei Hospital, Te Whatu Ora - Te Tai Tokerau Permanent part time or full-time position (1.0 FTE)   The subtropical Northland region stretches upwards from Auckland to the very top of NZ covering an area of 12,600 square kilometres with a growing population of more than 190,000. Northland is a story of two coastlines – the west coast is rugged and soulful while the east coast is relatively more sophisticated and urbane. Boasting some of the most scenic and exciting seaside areas in the country, there is a range of popular attractions and recreational activities. We are also a two-hour drive or 25-minute flight from the international hub of Auckland. To learn more about our beautiful hometown please click here. We are looking for a Consultant Radiologist with a specialist interest in Breast imaging to join us at the Te Tai Tokerau Radiology service located at Whangārei Hospital About the role: You will be part of a passionate and innovative multi-disciplinary breast service team in a purpose-built clinic supported by surgeon's, specialist breast care nurses, medical imaging technologists' sonographers, community and administrative teams. The role could include both symptomatic and screening breast work and can include General radiology (another subspecialty may also be considered). The purpose-built breast centre is well equipped with two Digital Mammography units including tomosynthesis and tomosynthesis biopsy and ultrasound.  Services include Multi-modality reporting & intervention including Digital Mammography with Tomosynthesis, Vacuum Assisted Biopsy, Ultrasound & Stereotactic biopsy Hook wire localisation & clip placement, triple assessment and weekly MDT meetings Our people live our Values:
  • Tangata I te tuatahi People First - People are central to all we do
  • Whakaute (tuku mana) Respect - We treat others as they would like to be treated
  • Manaaki Caring - We nurture those around us, and treat all with dignity and compassion
  • Whakawhitiwhiti korero Communication - We communicate safely, openly and with respect to promote clear understanding
  • Taumata teitei (hirangi) Excellence - Our attitude of excellence inspires success, competence, confidence and innovation
Te Whatu Ora Te Tai Tokerau is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and holds stewardship for equitable health outcomes for Māori as Tāngata Whenua as the highest priority. A career with Te Whatu Ora Te Tai Tokerau will see you action meaningful change in the region we love, and in your professional development – all whilst enjoying everything the stunning North has to offer. You really can enjoy the best of both. To be considered you must have or be eligible for specialist (or locum tenens) registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand in a Diagnostic and interventional radiology vocational scope of practice. For more information about the MCNZ registration process, please visit www.mcnz.org.nz. Read more

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Consultant Breast Radiologist Whangārei Hospital, Te Whatu Ora – Te Tai Tokerau Permanent part time or full-time position (1.0 FTE)   The subtropical Northland region stretches upwards fro...

Professeur assistant/associé (clinique) Faculté de médecine - Département de radiologie diagnostique (C2-240305) Le Département de radiologie diagnostique de la Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé de l'Université McGill sollicite des candidatures pour un poste de personnel académique contractuel à temps plein au rang de professeur adjoint ou associé (clinique) à l'Hôpital général juif (HGJ). Le rang de professeur sera déterminé en fonction des qualifications et de l'expérience du candidat. Il s'agit d'un poste de personnel académique contractuel qui ne donne pas droit à la permanence. Le département de radiologie diagnostique de l'Université McGill est l'un des plus anciens départements d'Amérique du Nord. Nous sommes fiers de notre longue tradition d'excellence dans les activités cliniques et éducatives. Notre programme de résidence est solide et reconnu à l'échelle nationale et internationale. Notre programme de bourses est également très réussi et attire des stagiaires du monde entier. Le département de radiologie diagnostique de l'Hôpital général juif a récemment fusionné avec la médecine nucléaire dans le cadre de l'imagerie médicale. Environ 180 000 examens (radiographie, CT, US, IRM) sont effectués chaque année au sein du département. L'Hôpital général juif a récemment élargi son empreinte avec l'ajout du Pavillon K et l'hôpital compte plus de 600 lits. L'Hôpital général juif (HGJ) est un grand hôpital universitaire affilié à la Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé de l'Université McGill, de renommée internationale, située dans la ville dynamique et multiculturelle de Montréal, dans la province de Québec. Fonctions Les responsabilités du candidat retenu incluront des activités cliniques, d'enseignement et de recherche au sein du département de radiologie diagnostique, qui se compose d'un groupe dynamique de quinze radiologues formés à l'aide d'un fellowship, soutenant le mandat de l'HGJ de fournir des soins de haute qualité centrés sur le patient. La pratique à l'HGJ consiste en une radiologie générale avec une formation et une interprétation spécialisées. Le candidat retenu doit être capable d'interpréter des radiographies simples, des US, des CT (y compris l'imagerie cardiaque), des colonographies virtuelles, l'imagerie mammaire et des examens IRM (c'est-à-dire MSK, abdomen, Neuro/ENT, prostate et IRM cardiaque). Le candidat retenu devra participer aux gardes du soir, aux procédures d'intervention non-vasculaires, ainsi qu'aux gardes (par exemple, les gardes d'IR et de drainage). Le candidat retenu devra également participer, à tour de rôle, aux principaux comités de tumeurs en oncologie (à l'exclusion des comités de tumeurs en ORL). Le candidat retenu participera activement à tous les aspects de la vision académique de McGill (recherche, enseignement, supervision des étudiants et des résidents, participation aux comités académiques et administratifs). On s'attend à ce que les membres du corps professoral de McGill contribuent à des activités de service au sein de leur unité, de l'Université et de l'ensemble de la communauté scientifique. On attend également d'eux qu'ils fassent preuve d'un engagement manifeste en faveur de l'équité, de la diversité et de l'inclusion. Qualifications et exigences Les candidats doivent:
  • Être titulaire d'un doctorat en médecine et détenir ou être admissible à un permis d'exercice dans la province de Québec ;
  • Avoir suivi une formation de surspécialité en tant que radiologue en Amérique du Nord et être certifié par le Collège royal des médecins et chirurgiens du Canada (ou l'équivalent) ;
  • Avoir complété une formation en imagerie abdominale/corporelle et en radiologie interventionnelle ;
  • Faire preuve d'excellence en matière de soins cliniques, d'enseignement et de recherche ;
  • D'autres bourses cliniques et/ou de recherche seraient un atout ;
  • Des compétences linguistiques bilingues (français et anglais) sont préférables, ou un engagement à acquérir les compétences linguistiques nécessaires pour pratiquer la médecine au Québec. Les candidats doivent être capables d'interagir en anglais et en français avec les patients, les familles et les professionnels de la santé.
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Professeur assistant/associé (clinique) Faculté de médecine - Département de radiologie diagnostique (C1-240305) Le Département de radiologie diagnostique de la Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé de l'Université McGill sollicite des candidatures pour un poste de personnel académique contractuel à temps plein au rang de professeur adjoint ou associé (clinique) à l'Hôpital général juif (HGJ). Le rang de professeur sera déterminé en fonction des qualifications et de l'expérience du candidat. Il s'agit d'un poste de personnel académique contractuel qui ne donne pas droit à la permanence. Le département de radiologie diagnostique de l'Université McGill est l'un des plus anciens départements d'Amérique du Nord. Nous sommes fiers de notre longue tradition d'excellence dans les activités cliniques et éducatives. Notre programme de résidence est solide et reconnu à l'échelle nationale et internationale. Notre programme de bourses est également très réussi et attire des stagiaires du monde entier. Le département de radiologie diagnostique de l'Hôpital général juif a récemment fusionné avec la médecine nucléaire dans le cadre de l'imagerie médicale. Environ 180 000 examens (radiographie, CT, US, IRM) sont effectués chaque année au sein du département. L'Hôpital général juif a récemment élargi son empreinte avec l'ajout du Pavillon K et l'hôpital compte plus de 600 lits. L'Hôpital général juif (HGJ) est un grand hôpital universitaire affilié à la Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé de l'Université McGill, de renommée internationale, située dans la ville dynamique et multiculturelle de Montréal, dans la province de Québec. Fonctions Les responsabilités du candidat retenu incluront des activités cliniques, d'enseignement et de recherche au sein du département de radiologie diagnostique, qui se compose d'un groupe dynamique de quinze radiologues formés à l'aide d'un fellowship, soutenant le mandat de l'HGJ de fournir des soins de haute qualité centrés sur le patient. La pratique à l'HGJ consiste en une radiologie générale avec une formation et une interprétation spécialisées. Le candidat retenu doit être capable d'interpréter des radiographies simples, des US, des CT (y compris l'imagerie cardiaque), des colonographies virtuelles, l'imagerie mammaire et des examens IRM (c'est-à-dire MSK, abdomen, Neuro/ENT, prostate et IRM cardiaque). Le candidat retenu devra participer aux gardes du soir, aux procédures d'intervention non vasculaires, ainsi qu'aux astreintes (par exemple, astreinte diagnostique). Le candidat retenu devra également participer à tous les comités de tumeurs (y compris les comités de tumeurs ORL hebdomadaires) à tour de rôle. Le candidat retenu participera activement à tous les aspects de la vision académique de McGill (recherche, enseignement, supervision des étudiants et des résidents, participation aux comités académiques et administratifs). On s'attend à ce que les membres du corps professoral de McGill contribuent à des activités de service au sein de leur unité, de l'Université et de l'ensemble de la communauté scientifique. On attend également d'eux qu'ils fassent preuve d'un engagement manifeste en faveur de l'équité, de la diversité et de l'inclusion. Qualifications et exigences Les candidats doivent:
  • Être titulaire d'un doctorat en médecine et détenir ou être admissible à un permis d'exercice dans la province de Québec ;
  • Avoir complété une formation de surspécialité en radiologie en Amérique du Nord et être certifié par le Collège royal des médecins et chirurgiens du Canada (ou l'équivalent) ;
  • Avoir complété au moins 6 mois de formation spécialisée en cardiologie (i.e., CT et MRI) ;
  • Faire preuve d'excellence en matière de soins cliniques, d'enseignement et de recherche ;
  • D'autres bourses cliniques et/ou de recherche seraient un atout ;
  • Des compétences linguistiques bilingues (français et anglais) sont préférables, ou un engagement à acquérir les compétences linguistiques nécessaires pour pratiquer la médecine au Québec. Les candidats doivent être capables d'interagir en anglais et en français avec les patients, les familles et les professionnels de la santé.
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WHO SHOULD APPLY? The Department of Diagnostic Radiology within the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University and its affiliated teaching hospitals are seeking a full-time Academic Radiologist with Fellowship training in Cardiothoracic Radiology. The preferred candidate will exhibit strong potential for innovative and scholarly research or will have an excellent track record of, or interest in, high-quality research output. The Cardiothoracic Imaging Division operates an established and growing clinical practice covering adult pulmonary and cardiovascular services including radiography, CT, and MR imaging. The Division also provides imaged-guided (CT) chest interventions including lung, mediastinal and pleural biopsies. Cardiothoracic Imaging at Queen’s is recognized for providing high quality care and is closely integrated with Respirology, Thoracic Surgery, Oncology, Cardiology, and Cardiac Surgery through multidisciplinary conferences as well as collaborative clinical and research initiatives. The Division is engaged in diverse educational activities through teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows. Candidates must demonstrate strong potential for outstanding teaching contributions. The preferred candidate will provide consultations and procedures for the full spectrum of Cardiothoracic imaging and participate in weekly multi-disciplinary chest conferences. Finally, there is expectation of participation in the Department Body/Plain Films On-call schedule. Candidates must display evidence of an ability to work in an interdisciplinary, collaborative environment. Read more

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WHO SHOULD APPLY? The Department of Diagnostic Radiology within the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s University and its affiliated teaching hospitals are seeking a full-...

Academic Women’s Imaging Radiologist Department of Diagnostic Radiology Queen’s Health Sciences, Queen’s University Permanent Full-Time Academic Position WHO SHOULD APPLY? The Department of Diagnostic Radiology within the School of Medicine, Queen’s Health Sciences at Queen's University and its affiliated teaching hospitals are seeking a full-time Academic Radiologist with Fellowship training in Women’s Imaging, specializing in Breast, Obstetrical, and Gynecological Imaging to join a team of 4 Women’s Imaging Radiologists as they expand into a new Breast Imaging Centre and expand the Fetal Assessment Unit. The preferred candidate will exhibit strong potential for innovative and scholarly research or will have an excellent track record of, or interest in, high-quality research output. Breast Tomosynthesis, Automated Breast Ultrasound, Contrast-Enhanced mammography, Breast MRI & biopsy, Tertiary Care High Risk Obstetric Ultrasound (this requires certification in Nuchal Translucency), and Gynecological MRI are specific targeted growth areas within the institution. Candidates must display evidence of an ability to work in an interdisciplinary, collaborative environment. With the academic component of this position, there is an expectation of participation in undergraduate medical education, residency training, and research. Candidates must demonstrate strong potential for outstanding teaching contributions. Responsibilities in Breast Imaging include Mammography, Breast Ultrasound, and multimodality Breast interventional procedures. Breast MRI and biopsies are performed on a weekly basis. Obstetrical service is provided through an active and expanding Fetal Assessment Unit, an in-house Fertility clinic, and a busy emergency department. Gynecologic sonograms are components of the clinical service. There is a strong collaboration with specialists through Breast Surgery and Obstetrics & Gynecology. There is regular consultation with physicians in the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario through participation in Breast and Gynecology-Oncology Multidisciplinary Rounds. Participation in the Department Body/Plain Films On-call schedule is a requirement. There is expectation of the roll-out of a Women’s Imaging Fellowship in the not-too-distant future. The successful candidate will join the other Women’s Imaging Radiologists in the hands-on training of the Fellow. Read more

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Academic Women’s Imaging Radiologist Department of Diagnostic Radiology Queen’s Health Sciences, Queen’s University Permanent Full-Time Academic Position WHO SHOULD APPLY? The Department of Diag...

Permanent Full-Time Academic Position Who should apply? The Department of Diagnostic Radiology within the School of Medicine, Queen’s Health Sciences at Queen's University and its affiliated teaching hospitals are seeking a full-time Academic Radiologist with Fellowship training in Abdominal Imaging. The preferred candidate will have a background in basic science and/or clinical research. Interest in hepatobiliary, urologic and GI oncology multimodality imaging is also considered an asset. Prostate MRI and Anorectal cancer staging MRI are specific targeted growth areas within the institution. Candidates must display evidence of an ability to work in an interdisciplinary, collaborative environment. With the academic component of this position, there is an expectation of participation in undergraduate medical education, residency training, and research. The Department has an established internal research grant process, and the successful candidate will be encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. Candidates must demonstrate strong potential for outstanding teaching and research contributions. Clinical responsibilities would include Plain Film Reporting, Barium Studies and General Fluoroscopy, Computed Tomography (including CT colonography), Ultrasound, and Abdominopelvic MRI. There is a strong collaboration with specialists through Oncology, GI, Surgery, Gynecology, and Urology. Participation in Multidisciplinary GI, GU, Gynecology Oncology, and Malignant Hematology Cancer Conferences, which are held weekly through the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario is an expectation. Participation in the Body On-call schedule will be required. Read more

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Permanent Full-Time Academic Position Who should apply? The Department of Diagnostic Radiology within the School of Medicine, Queen’s Health Sciences at Queen’s University and its affiliated t...

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Health PEI is seeking a 1.0 permanent full-time equivalent General Radiologist to join the provincial Department of Diagnostic Imaging. Based out of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown, PEI, the physician shall join a group of nine Radiologists providing provincial coverage at two provincial hospital sites, in a fully equipped community practice. Located in Charlottetown, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital is the provincial referral centre for specialized hospital services. The 243-bed facility provides emergency, surgical, inpatient and ambulatory care services. Hours of Work: Full-time hours based on 1.0 FTE Remuneration: Physicians will be compensated via a fee-for-service payment modality. See Read more. Incentives: Reimbursement of eligible moving expenses may be available. See Read more. Certifications & Eligibility Requirements:
  • Eligible for registration with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Prince Edward Island;
  • Eligible for certification with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada;
  • Hold MCCQE Part I or Licentiate of Medical Council of Canada (LMCC) equivalent;
  • Membership with the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA);
  • Appointment to the Health PEI Medical Staff and appropriate privileging;
  • Work and clinical experience in Canada; Formal leadership training an asset.
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Health PEI is seeking a 1.0 permanent full-time equivalent General Radiologist to join the provincial Department of Diagnostic Imaging. Based out of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown, PEI,...

  Dual Trained Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician Position in Victoria, British Columbia     VRCI is a group of 29 radiologists providing Radiology and Nuclear Medicine services with multiple partner organizations in the Greater Victoria area, British Columbia, including Island Health, BC Cancer and West Coast Medical Imaging. Our Nuclear Medicine Team consists of 5 dual trained physicians FRCPC certified in both Radiology and Nuclear Medicine who participate both in general radiology portion of our practice, as well as dedicated rotations in general nuclear medicine and therapy in Island Health and PET/CT interpretation for BCCA Victoria. Our referral base exceeds 800,000 people, and we provide all the diagnostic imaging services for the greater Victoria area in British Columbia, Canada. This includes image interpretation and image guided interventional procedures at 6 Island Health sites, 2 private imaging facilities, and BCCA Victoria. We are also an active teaching site for the UBC Nuclear Medicine Program, and occasionally host senior Nuclear Medicine residents for one month community rotations. Scope of General Nuclear Medicine Practice:
  • Coverage of 5 gamma cameras providing a range of studies
  • Cardiac myocardial perfusion image interpretation (stress supervision performed by internal medicine)
  • I131 therapies for benign indications and thyroid cancer (could be retrained on site)
  • Radium 223 Xofigo therapy consultations (plans to expand to Lu-177 PSMA soon)
Scope of PET Practice:
  • 25 FDG-PET/CT cases per day for oncologic indications
  • Plans to expand to include Ga-68 PSMA and DOTATOC PET in the next 12-18 months.
  • Workload on a daytime PET rotation is 15 cases, with adjustment for rounds commitments.
  • Additional PET volume is read on diagnostic radiology and Nuclear Medicine shifts as part of work productivity expectations.
Scope of General Radiology Practice: We recognize that some candidates may be coming from a center where their scope of practice is narrower outside of Nuclear Medicine. Our Nuclear Medicine physicians operate on a variety of clinical rotations outside of Nuclear Medicine for approximately 50-60% of their shifts and participate in Radiology call. We are open to retraining candidates in some areas of radiology practice they are less comfortable with on the job if they are motivated. Prospective radiologists should be comfortable providing general radiology level of interpretation in radiography, ultrasound, CT and MRI. Basic procedural competence in non-vascular image guided interventions is an asset, or a willingness to retrain in some of these skills on the job. All successful candidates must have:
  • FRCPC Certification in Diagnostic Radiology
  • FRCPC Certification in Nuclear Medicine
  • Eligible for full licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC
Work expectations:
  • Participation in after-hours call coverage (approximately 12 weekends per year and 20 weeknights per year)
  • 10 weeks vacation guaranteed for associate members.
  • Participation in a subset of multidisciplinary clinical rounds targeted to area(s) of subspecialty expertise.
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  Dual Trained Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician Position in Victoria, British Columbia     VRCI is a group of 29 radiologists providing Radiology and Nuclear Medicine services...

    Fellowship Trained Radiologists Wanted for Partnership Track Position in Victoria, British Columbia   VRCI is a group of 29 radiologists providing Radiology and Nuclear Medicine services with multiple partner organizations in the Greater Victoria area, British Columbia, including Island Health, BC Cancer and West Coast Medical Imaging. Our referral base exceeds 800,000 people, and we provide all the diagnostic imaging services for the greater Victoria area in British Columbia, Canada. This includes image interpretation and image guided interventional procedures at 6 Island Health sites, 2 private imaging facilities, and BCCA Victoria. We are also an active teaching site for the UBC Island Medical Program, and occasionally host senior Radiology residents for one month community rotations. Prospective radiologists should be comfortable providing a general radiologist level of interpretation in radiography, ultrasound, CT, and MRI. Basic procedural competence in non-vascular image guided interventions is an asset, or a willingness to retrain in some of these skills on the job. Scope of procedural skills expected of a general radiologist (some of these could be retrained on site):
  • Ultrasound guided biopsies and drainages
  • CT guided soft tissue biopsies and drainages.
  • CT guided lung biopsy
  • Basic MSK Fluoroscopic Interventions
  • Hysterosalpingograms
  • Basic GI Fluoroscopy
All successful candidates must have:
  • FRCPC Certification in Diagnostic Radiology
  • Eligible for full licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC
Work expectations:
  • Participation in after-hours call coverage (approximately 12 weekends per year and 20 weeknights per year)
  • 10 weeks annual vacation for associate members
  • Participation in a subset of multidisciplinary clinical rounds targeted to an area of subspecialty expertise.
Fellowship Training: Candidates with subspecialty fellowship training are preferred, however experienced general radiology candidates without fellowship training may be considered. We are a growing group and will consider candidates with a wide variety of subspecialty training. Areas of identified need in our practice:
  • Nuclear Medicine (only candidates dual FRCPC certified in both Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology will be considered for a Nuclear Medicine role)
  • Chest Radiology
  • Breast Imaging
  • Neuroradiology
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    Fellowship Trained Radiologists Wanted for Partnership Track Position in Victoria, British Columbia   VRCI is a group of 29 radiologists providing Radiology and Nuclear Medicine ser...

    Interventional Radiologist Position in Victoria, British Columbia   VRCI is a group of 29 radiologists providing Radiology and Nuclear Medicine services with multiple partner organizations in the Greater Victoria area, British Columbia, including Island Health, BC Cancer and West Coast Medical Imaging. Our group of Interventional Radiologists consists of 6 members who cover Body and Neuro Interventional Radiology services at two tertiary care hospital sites (Royal Jubilee Hospital and Victoria General Hospital), and participate in the general radiology portion of our practice (roughly 70:30 split). Our referral base exceeds 800,000 people, and we provide all the diagnostic imaging services for the greater Victoria area in British Columbia, Canada. This includes image interpretation and image guided interventional procedures at 6 Island Health sites, 2 private imaging facilities, and BCCA Victoria. Scope of Interventional Radiology Practice:
  • Two full-service angiography suites providing a range of procedural work.
  • RJH predominantly covers peripheral vascular disease, dialysis and GI interventions, and general IR.
  • VGH predominantly covers our full complement of Interventional Oncology practice, acute/inpatient neuro interventional work and general IR.
  • The IR service also includes patient consultations and multi-disciplinary round participation.
  • Pain medicine is predominantly practiced in two separate minor procedure suites.
Scope of General Radiology Practice: Prospective IRs should be comfortable providing general radiology level of interpretation in radiography, ultrasound, CT and MRI. We are open to retraining candidates in some areas of radiology practice they are less comfortable with on the job if they are motivated. Diagnostic call is not mandatory but available for interested candidates. Diagnostic imaging occurs via a common worklist and partners can pursue subspecialty imaging expertise. All successful candidates must have:
  • FRCPC Certification in Diagnostic Radiology
  • Fellowship Training in Body Interventional Radiology (or planning to do so)
  • Neuro-interventional Training is not a requirement. Candidates will be expected to complete on the job training to obtain privileges for endovascular stroke therapy.
  • Eligible for full licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC
Work expectations:
  • Participation in after-hours call coverage (shared between all the IRs)
  • 10 weeks vacation guaranteed for associate members.
  • Participation in a subset of multidisciplinary clinical rounds targeted to area(s) of subspecialty expertise.
Why Victoria? Victoria is a beautiful city to raise a family with wonderful people and excellent locales. Our practice is an equal opportunity practice and most members are good friends outside of work. The IR practice is comprehensive involving nearly all components of IR. Significant IR expansion is being planned and we are looking for motivated candidates wishing to grow the practice. Read more

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    Interventional Radiologist Position in Victoria, British Columbia   VRCI is a group of 29 radiologists providing Radiology and Nuclear Medicine services with multiple partner organ...

  Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi. Engari, he toa takitini. Success is not the work of one, but the work of many.   Are you a Radiologist looking for a great balance of interesting work and excellent lifestyle? Then look no further than Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. A place where we value He kauanuanu (Respect), Ākina (Improvement), Rāranga te tira (Teamwork) and Tauwhiro (Care). This is an exciting opportunity to apply for a permanent position in a stunning area of New Zealand with a Mediterranean climate and culture. Our local health sector is undergoing innovative expansion and modification with new public and private imaging facilities under construction. As an employee of Te Whatu Ora, the New Zealand national public health system, you will be part of a collaborative collegial team of up to eleven providing high quality care, improving equity and health outcomes for our local population, with a high Māori and Pasifika population. The team is part of the regional training programme with currently one registrar. There are many opportunities to develop subspecialist interests that will complement the department's current service, with high levels of unmet need in our community. We also have close regional ties with other imaging departments, other specialities that we interact with, as well as regional and tertiary services to provide a comprehensive package of care. Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Hospital is situated in Hastings, New Zealand, a region of over 162,000 people. The hospital supports a wide range of surgical, medical, oncology and radiological services. As a Radiologist you will be supporting these services through regular MDTs as well as your day to day work delivering high quality care, ongoing quality improvement, developing new services through innovation and teaching. It is anticipated that, once settled, you may also want to work in the private sector. This will be supported. Remuneration will consist of:
  • Qualification and experience step alignment with theASMS MECA
  • On-call allowances
  • Employer matched Superannuation contributions of up to 6% of annual earnings
  • Relocation package including removal costs, flights, accommodation, and car hire*
  • Reimbursement of:
  • Annual Practicing Certificate costs
  • Medical Defence Assurance fees
  • College Membership Fees
  • Study and conference leave*
  • $1,000,000 Life/disability cover whilst travelling on company business as per company policy*
* Conditions apply and are subject to change Hawke's Bay is famous for its excellent seaside 'Mediterranean' climate, wine, food, cultural events and outdoor recreational activities. There is a strong sense of community. It is a wonderful place to raise children with a number of excellent schools that receive national recognition.The area offers an enviable lifestyle with a choice of urban or rural living, and little traffic congestion. Come and develop your career, working in a wonderful part of New Zealand in modernising facilities with a dedicated, enthusiastic, collegial and fun team. Applicants must be registered or eligible for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand as a Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist and ideally a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology, or equivalent (such as FRCR).

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  Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi. Engari, he toa takitini. Success is not the work of one, but the work of many.   Are you a Radiologist looking for a great balance of interesting work and...

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BC
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General Radiologist- Nanaimo, BC We are seeking dynamic Radiologists to join our group practice situated on mid Vancouver Island. Our group of 10 Radiologists provide imaging services to a catchment area of approximately 300,000.  We are based out of a 365 bed regional hospital with remote coverage of 2 general hospitals and an acute care center, as well as a privately owned outpatient clinic.  The practice includes all areas of General Radiology including fluoroscopy, US, CT, MRI, IR, nuclear medicine and breast imaging.  Specialty training would be an asset but is not required. Nanaimo is a rapidly growing community situated on the east coast of Vancouver Island.  The temperate climate allows for year round recreational opportunities with world class mountain biking, kayaking, golfing, sailing and surfing. Candidates must hold valid Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada certification in Radiology (FRCPC) and be eligible for full licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC. Read more

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General Radiologist- Nanaimo, BC We are seeking dynamic Radiologists to join our group practice situated on mid Vancouver Island. Our group of 10 Radiologists provide imaging services to a catchment a...

BREAST/ONCOLOGY/BODY RADIOLOGIST – HAMILTON JURAVINSKI SITE Hamilton Health Sciences is a family of seven hospitals and a cancer centre, serving more than 2.3 million residents of Hamilton, central south and central west Ontario.  The Diagnostic Imaging department at HHS provides comprehensive care for the region, with subspecialty imaging expertise. With pioneering education advances and excellence in world-class research, McMaster University has consistently placed among the top 50 universities in the world for health and medicine.  The Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine is world renowned for its innovative method of small group, problem-based education, and a focus on self-directed, life-long learning. The Department of Medical Imaging provides rewarding opportunities for faculty who are interested in education, clinical excellence, research, and multi-disciplinary team projects. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for this position. To comply with the Government of Canada’s reporting requirements, the employer is obliged to gather information about applicants’ status as either Permanent Residents of Canada or Canadian citizens.  Applicants need not identify their country of origin or current citizenship; however, all applications must include one of the following statements: “Yes, I am a citizen or permanent resident of Canada” or “No, I am not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada”. Interested applicants should submit in PDF format:
  • A cover letter of intent inclusive of a statement of teaching interests and philosophy and/or research interests where applicable
  • A Curriculum Vitae
  • Names of three references; please note that no reference or letters of recommendations are required at the time of application. These will be solicited at later stages of the search process. Unsolicited letters will not be reviewed until later stages of the search process.
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BREAST/ONCOLOGY/BODY RADIOLOGIST – HAMILTON JURAVINSKI SITE Hamilton Health Sciences is a family of seven hospitals and a cancer centre, serving more than 2.3 million residents of Hamilton, central ...

The Department of Medical Imaging, McMaster University and the Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Hamilton Health Sciences are seeking a full-time academic body imaging radiologist for the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre site. The Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre (JHCC) is one of the largest and most comprehensive Regional Cancer Programs in Ontario, with a large tertiary referral population. The radiology team supports the Juravinski Hospital Oncology service and is committed to providing optimal evidence-based care to patients who are diagnosed with or suspected of having oncologic disease. The hospital also provides a broad range of diagnostic clinical services for adult medicine and surgical subspecialties, with a focus on oncology. This position involves scheduling in tertiary hospital and community practice settings.  Clinical assignments include some general radiology, as well as participation in the Department general radiologist on-call schedule.  Applicants must possess skills which will enhance our tertiary oncology imaging team and multi-disciplinary programs. The ideal applicant will have completed a fellowship in body imaging with training in oncology radiology.  Scheduled work encompasses subspecialty and teaching rounds, including regular participation in multidisciplinary tumour board rounds.  Radiology skills must be inclusive of all imaging modalities. This is a full-time faculty position at McMaster University, with academic rank commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience.  The successful candidate will promote clinical scholarship through teaching, mentorship and support for research and will demonstrate excellence in clinical care, exhibit collegial, civil relations in all interactions. Participation in teaching and supervision for our strong residency and subspecialty programs, as well as undergraduate programs is required.  The McMaster Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is a highly rated training program in Canada.  There are well established fellowship programs at the site. Candidates must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the Province of Ontario, certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (or equivalent) and meet the credentialing requirements of Hamilton Health Sciences and radiology group affiliated community practices. Hamilton Health Sciences is a family of seven hospitals and a cancer centre, serving more than 2.3 million residents of Hamilton, central south and central west Ontario.  The Diagnostic Imaging department at HHS provides comprehensive care for the region, with subspecialty imaging expertise. With pioneering education advances and excellence in world-class research, McMaster University has consistently placed among the top 50 universities in the world for health and medicine.  The Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine is world renowned for its innovative method of small group, problem-based education, and a focus on self-directed, life-long learning. The Department of Medical Imaging provides rewarding opportunities for faculty who are interested in education, clinical excellence, research and multi-disciplinary team projects. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for this position. To comply with the Government of Canada’s reporting requirements, the employer is obliged to gather information about applicants’ status as either Permanent Residents of Canada or Canadian citizens.  Applicants need not identify their country of origin or current citizenship; however, all applications must include one of the following statements: “Yes, I am a citizen or permanent resident of Canada” or “No, I am not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada”. Read more

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The Department of Medical Imaging, McMaster University and the Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Hamilton Health Sciences are seeking a full-time academic body imaging radiologist for the Juravinski H...

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Radiologist - Remote Whether you’re either just starting out or well-established in your radiology practice, have you ever dreamed of having: 
  • more autonomy, control, and flexibility over your working schedule 
  • potentially making as much as you could at a hospital from the comfort of your home?  If so, RealTime Medical may be your answer.
With RealTime Medical, you can work from home, read as many of the cases assigned to you as you can and get paid for every exam you read.  No need to split revenues amongst a group. Position Radiologist - working remotely The Role:
  • Royal College certified and competitive compensation based on applicable fee schedules and industry standards.
  • Flexible schedule with a mix of hospital and clinic-type work but fully remote.
  • Available opportunities:
    • Daytime, weekday coverage
    • Daytime, weekend coverage
    • Flexible evening coverage
The Candidate:
  • Have or eligible for, Independent Registration with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
  • Certification with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
  • Strong communication skills, organizational skills, and sense of personal responsibility
  • Ability to work independently and meet desired turnaround time targets
  • Attention to detail and multi-tasking skills are a must-have
  • A team player with a passion for helping physicians and their patients and a commitment to making a difference in Canadian healthcare
Responsibilities:
  • Responsive reporting of all types of modalities and studies sent during scheduled shifts
  • Communicating with referring clinicians and technologists
  • Consistent, dependable coverage of agreed-upon scheduled shifts
  • Active participation in and use of company peer learning and skills development system
  • Additional duties as agreed upon
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Radiologist – Remote Whether you’re either just starting out or well-established in your radiology practice, have you ever dreamed of having:  more autonomy, control, and flexibility over you...