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Job ID: EB-1382390417
Job Title: Interventional Radiologist
Location: Major Metro City Northeast,

Interventional Radiologist Opportunity (Full-Time; On-Site)

Whether you desire an academic or community practice setting – we have the right opportunity for you!

Currently recruiting ambitious academic Interventional Radiologists at Assistant / Associate / Professor, NT (All Ranks). This is an exciting career opportunity and a thriving academic radiology department in one of the nation’s largest health systems for those who are ready to take the next step forward in their career. At the same time, we do have open Interventional Radiology opportunities in the community practice.

This rewarding position will consist of a diverse mix of clinical, teaching, academic, and on-call IR responsibilities. There is tremendous support administratively for the Interventional Radiology division.

Clinical assignments will be distributed between the core academic hospitals (including two Level 1 trauma centers) based on clinical need and candidate experience and expertise.

For the Interventionalist who enjoys practicing a variety in their case mix, this is the perfect environment for that. However, if someone is more specialized in their practice, this too can be accommodated. Focusing on student interaction and teaching is a high priority as there are established residency and fellowship programs in radiology.

As a highly clinical practice, research is encouraged but not necessary.

The opportunities are endless here!
  • Applicants must be board-eligible or board-certified by the American Board of Radiology or equivalent and eligible for state license.
  • Interventional radiology fellowship training and eligibility for CAQ in VIR or equivalent are required.
Application Process:

Applicants are asked to apply online via the “Apply Now” button below.
All expressions of interest, including a CV, must be submitted to Julie Miller: and/or

Your application will be held with the strictest confidence.