Chief - Division of Pediatric Radiology
Job ID: EB-1019443415
Job Title: Chief – Division of Pediatric Radiology
Location: Lexington, KY
Division Chief – Pediatric Radiology Position (Assistant Professor or higher) University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Radiology – Lexington, KY
The Department of Radiology at the University of Kentucky (UK) College of Medicine seeks a board-certified/board-eligible Radiologist with a subspecialty focus in Pediatric Radiology to lead the Division of Pediatric Radiology. The expanding practice is based at the foremost academic medical center in Lexington, the Albert B. Chandler Medical Center (UK HealthCare), including Kentucky Children’s Hospital (KCH), a top-ranked Best Children’s Hospital with 205 total beds. Under the leadership of the Chair of Radiology, Dr. Elizabeth Oates, the Division Chief of Pediatric Radiology (Assistant Professor or higher) will be responsible for providing the full range of diagnostic examinations and providing consultation to referring physicians at the region’s only Level 1 pediatric and adult trauma center.
Pediatric Radiology Highlights:
Join the No. 1 hospital in Kentucky with an active and dedicated group of recognized experts in pediatric imaging including radiation dose reduction.
State-of-the-art Equipment: Access to UK HealthCare system and its hospital-based clinics, including inpatient and outpatient radiography and fluoroscopy, CT, MR, and ultrasound.
Collaboration with Kentucky Children’s Hospital (KCH) : Enjoy an active consultation service and close working relationships with more than 70 pediatric specialists and 300+ pediatric nurses working in 24 areas of health care for children at KCH.
Multidisciplinary Conferences : Participate in numerous multidisciplinary conferences ranging from the neonatal and pediatric intensive care services to nephrology.
Education : Opportunities to provide dedicated teaching to medical students, residents, and fellows.
Responsibilities : This position will be full time with primary effort to support clinical services and time allowed for academic, scholarly, and administrative efforts. Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits included.
Research Opportunities : UK HealthCare’s dynamic research enterprise boasts Kentucky’s only NCI-designated Cancer Center and the Clinical Translational Sciences Award.
Live in a Top-Rated City : Nestled in the scenic heart of downtown Lexington, UK’s notable “modern campus of the future” encompasses more than 814 acres and serves more than 30,700 students and 13,500 full-time employees, including nearly 2,040 full-time and part-time UK HealthCare faculty.