Emergency Radiology Faculty Positions (Day Shift) in Exciting New England! Department of Radiology | UMass Chan Medical School
Dr. Max Rosen, Chair of Radiology, and Dr. Hao Lo, Section Chief of Emergency Radiology, at UMass Chan Medical School/UMass Memorial Medical Center are seeking an ABR-certified / eligible Emergency Radiologist (Day Shift) to join a group of 16 Emergency Radiologists in Worcester, MA. UMass Memorial covers well over 1 million lives and is the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Centerwith over 100,000 ED visits/year. Fellowship training in Emergency Radiology is desired, but not required.
Clinical coverage is from 7:00am to 1:00am via several 6–8-hour long shifts. Scheduling flexibility creates a work schedule that meets the Emergency Radiologist‘s needs and those of the department, with more than half of the shifts covered remotely from home. Salary and benefits are highly competitive and can be scaled to the number of weeks worked.
Abdominal/pelvic/small parts ultrasound
Body MRI (limited)
Neuro CT (head and spine)
Neuro MRI (related to stroke, trauma)
ED Coronary CTA
ED Nuclear medicine
When on site, ED Radiologists work at the University campus with (1) resident and (1) Emergency Radiology fellow. The division remotely covers the Memorial Campus, as well as several community hospitals from within our network. All hospitals are on the same PACS system. Additional opportunities for internal moonlighting within the department are available if desired.
As the clinical partner of the UMass Chan Medical School, faculty in the Department of Radiology have academic appointments at the Medical School, with ample opportunity for clinical and/or basic science research. The department enjoys close clinical and academic collaborations with Emergency Medicine, Trauma Surgery, Cardiology, and numerous other departments/divisions.
The UMass Radiology Department has state-of-the art imaging equipment, an AGFA PACS system, EPIC EMR, Syngo.via image processing software and Powerscribe. The department is comprised of approximately 65 fellowship-trained Radiologists organized into specialized divisions, training (7) residents and (9) fellows per year. The department also includes approximately 15 PhDs and is supported by more than $6M/year in research funding.
Applicants must be Board-certified/eligible by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) and be eligible to obtain an unrestricted Massachusetts medical license.
Candidates with subspecialty training or emergency imaging experience are desired.
Salary + Benefits:
UMass offers an excellent benefits and compensation package including competitive salary base with productivity incentive, dedicated professional development funds, retirement matching and investment options, etc.